Ms. Marvel Begins The Search For Arana!

Ms. Marvel has to put together a new team to find Arana. But why has Arana disappeared?

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In the aftermath of Civil War, Ms. Marvel formed her own S.H.I.E.L.D strike force and now she's adding two new heroes in Ms. Marvel #18! Written by Brian Reed and penciled by Aaron Lopresti, this brand new story arc introduces Sleepwalker and Machine Man to Ms. Marvel's team, as Carol Danvers searches for the missing Arana. But when they discover the shocking reason for the heroine's disappearance, it'll leave Ms. Marvel—and readers—with their jaws on the floor! ""Brian, Aaron Matt and Chris are once again bringing a classic Marvel villain back to haunt Ms. Marvel's life," said series editor Stephen Wacker. "Not to give anything away, but if you imagine what a Darth Geppetto might be like, you'll have a good idea who wants to take Ms Marvel down for the count!" Critics continue to praise Ms. Marvel, with SilverBulletComics.Com's Zachary Matzo exclaiming, "You won't be disappointed." With ties to the top-selling Initiative storyline and the formation of Ms. Marvel's new super-ream, Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on Ms. Marvel #18. She's battled her fellow heroes and her own best friend, so what threat could possibly overwhelm Ms. Marvel? It all leads into the battle you never saw coming! MS. MARVEL #18 (JUN072172) Written by BRIAN REED Penciled by AARON LOPRESTI Cover by GREG HORN Rated A …$2.99 FOC—7/12/07, 8/01/07 To find a comic shop near you, call 1-888-comicbook Marvel Comics is a division of Marvel Entertainment, Inc., a leading global character-based entertainment company that has developed and owns a library of more than 5,000 characters, which have entertained generations around the world for over 60 years. Marvel's operations are focused in entertainment and consumer product licensing and comic book publishing. Marvel Studios supports the development of feature films, DVD/video products and TV series. Marvel's creative team also supports the development of video games and toy lines based on its characters as well as for a broad and growing range of consumer products and services including apparel, collectibles, foods and promotions. Marvel's comic book division is a leading publisher in the global marketplace while also serving as an invaluable source of intellectual property. Marvel's Toy Biz division is a recognized creative force and leader in toy design, sales and marketing, developing and overseeing both licensee and in-house toy lines. For additional information visit http://www.marvel.com. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND/OR ARTWORK PLEASE CONTACT: Arune Singh MARVEL ENTERTAINMENT 212-576-4000 Ext. 8630 asingh@marvel.com
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