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Mockingbird Vol. 2: My Feminist Agenda

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Mockingbird Vol. 2: My Feminist Agenda (2017) Chelsea Cain and Kate Niemczyk

I’ll be honest, I didn’t understand most of what was going on here.

But I really didn’t care, because I found the whole thing fascinating.

Mocking bird receives a ticket to a cruise from an anonomous source. Since she’s trying to get out of town, she decided to take the risk and go on the cruise.

The cruise is insane.

So many geek figures that I recognized were name checked, I’m positive there were far more than I didn’t recognize.

It was silly and ridiculous and delightful and fun, and much of the explanation of this story and the first volume comes at the very end, which is an explanation of how she became the way she did.

Is this for everyone? Probably not, but I enjoyed it and want to read it again to see what I figure out the second time through and I’d love to read more about Mockingbird, although I fear I wouldn’t enjoy it nearly as much.
Rating: 8.5/10

Published by Marvel

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