The first part of the Avengers Assemble and Captain Marvel crossover begins in next Wednesday's Avengers: The Enemy Within #1. Hit the jump for a first look at the issue from Kelly Sue DeConnick and Scott Hepburn!

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By Josh Wilding - 5/10/2013
• Can’t keep a good Captain down!
• Vicious echoes of the Avengers’ past are cropping up all over Manhattan…and a grounded Captain Marvel refuses to be left behind.
• Who is the sinister figure behind these incursions and what does it have to do with Carol Danvers’ mysterious condition?
• But is this villain real or just a figment of Captain Marvel’s increasingly deadly imagination?


ParisSun - 5/10/2013, 6:06 AM
Not really caring about the comic, so will not comment. I just wanted to comment about her costume. I bet if she were to appear in the Avengers movies, she would wear this instead of the much more revealing outfits.
DoubleD - 5/10/2013, 6:06 AM
Never a fan of Captain Marvel.
CorronZenith30 - 5/10/2013, 6:11 AM
DCjohnny - 5/10/2013, 6:21 AM
cool art
ComicFan1134 - 5/10/2013, 6:21 AM
Nice Art On The Second Cover, BTW, Get Rid Of These Stupid Adds.
Bam - 5/10/2013, 6:24 AM
The artwork is a bit sluggish but other than that what Kelly sue Deconnick is doing with the character is pretttttttyyyyy awesome

the new suit looks cool and i'm just hoping this push to the forefront is a step towards her eventual movie
KingSilence - 5/10/2013, 6:27 AM
Was the artist drunk when he drew this?
charlie2094 - 5/10/2013, 6:33 AM
Captain Marvel has been a really good series. Not overly keen on the new art style, but she needed a new costume and the writing has been really strong. This should be interesting to read
osideous - 5/10/2013, 6:38 AM
captain marvel is exceptional, i like how they changed the art style actually. it's a modernized retro look. the story line is good.
osideous - 5/10/2013, 6:39 AM
i meant i like how they have been changing the art style every few comics.
xcrementus - 5/10/2013, 6:42 AM
With that new costume, whenever she appears on the page (especially in Avengers books drawn by Dustin Weaver) she just demands attention. She looks like a superhero instead of a joke.
Always thought the costume needed to reflect her persona more, and this really fits. glad she has the "captain" in the name as well, its well deserved. Really hope she pops up in the MCU at some point, a strong female presence is sorely needed.
polarkyle - 5/10/2013, 7:03 AM
WTF Captain marvel went from having some of my favorite art to this crap
mctrinket - 5/10/2013, 7:35 AM
I say put both Ms. Marvel and Spider-Woman in the next Avengers. Ha!
KeefNCookies - 5/10/2013, 8:15 AM
I WAS a fan of Ms. Marvel. This series changed all that.
DanteSparda - 5/10/2013, 8:37 AM
The fartest the character the more they deform, so weird.
charlie2094 - 5/10/2013, 8:56 AM

Was? Why not now? I couldn't take her seriously before with that awful, swimsuit costume, was in desperate need of a change. This actually makes her look like a serious character, instead of your average, huge boobs, half naked female comic character. The name "Captain" also fits her much better and makes far more sense, than "Ms". Not to mention how strong DeConnicks' writing has been.

Can definitely see Captain Marvel appearing in the MCU, in sore need of a good female lead, and this costume is definitely fit for screen, unlike the previous one.
comicb00kguy - 5/10/2013, 10:20 AM
Only commenting on this because I really like the art on the variant cover.

The other art is subpar, and the inking on the interior pages is horrible. Spider-Woman's face looks awful, as does Carol's hair. More detail and definition in that hair would make it look a lot better.
StealthPWNAGE - 5/10/2013, 10:49 AM
I'm so looking forward to this. Looks awesome! :D Except that variant cover that has a dumb pose! :p
harlel39 - 5/10/2013, 4:13 PM
Comments from people who have not even read this book!!? Its actually an amazing series and one of the best at marvel. Kelly Sue Deconick is doing a great job

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