CAPTAIN MARVEL VI

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #19
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #19

rebels against her father, joins the Air Force

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #33
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #33

recruited into the intelligence field, has a relationship with her mentor and fellow spy, Michael Rossi

[title] - Before the 4 : Ben Grimm & Logan #3
Before the 4: Ben Grimm & Logan #1-3

teams up with Ben Grimm and Logan on a secret mission to the Soviet Union

[title] - Logan: Shadow Society
Logan: Shadow Society

helps uncover a conspiracy to conceal knowledge about the world’s growing mutant population

[title] - Wolverine (2nd series) minus one
Wolverine (2nd series) #minus 1

partnered with Nick Fury to save Logan, whose new adamantium claws are drawing unwanted and hostile attention

[title] - Captain Marvel (1st series) #1
Marvel Super-Heroes (1st series) #13, Captain Marvel (1st series) #1

first appearance, new position as Head of Security at NASA’s Cape Canaveral, must contend with the awakening of a Kree Sentry robot and the arrival of Mar-Vell

[title] - Captain Marvel (1st series) #8
Captain Marvel (1st series) #8

admits her romantic feelings for Captain Marvel

[title] - Captain Marvel (1st series) #18
Captain Marvel (1st series) #18

kidnapped by Mar-Vell’s rival Yon Rogg, exposed to the energies of the Kree Psyche-Magnitron device

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #1
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #1

takes a position as editor of WOMAN magazine, has lapses of amnesia during which she transforms into the new heroine Ms. Marvel

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #3
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #3

becomes aware of her dual identity thanks to the therapy sessions with psychiatrist Michael Barnett

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #4
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #4

is exposed to a second dose of radiation from the Kree Psyche-Magnitron

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #7
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #7

discovers that she no longer needs the amplifying costume, learns that Kree memories and warrior persona are based on the life experiences of Mar-Vell

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #13
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #13

accepts that “human Carol“ and “Kree warrior Ms. Marvel“ are not two separate entities but that she herself has been imbued with superhuman abilities

[title] - Ms. Marvel (1st series) #19
Ms. Marvel (1st series) #19

kidnapped by the Supreme Intelligence to become the mother of the new Kree race, teams up with Mar-Vell for the first time since gaining her powers, sorts out her feelings for him

[title] - Avengers (1st series) #183
Avengers (1st series) #183

joins the Avengers

[title] - Marvel Super-Heroes (3rd series) #11
Marvel Super-Heroes (2nd series) #10-11

boyfriend Michael Barnett is murdered by Mystique, while investigating his murder, she clashes with the Hellfire Club and Mystique’s Brotherhood of Evil Mutants

[title] - Avengers (1st series) #197
Avengers (1st series) #197

shocked to learn that she is three months pregnant with no idea who the father could be

[title] - Avengers (1st series) #200
Avengers (1st series) #200

pregnancy runs its course within a couple of days; gives birth to Marcus, who reveals that he abducted her to Limbo where he impregnated her with his essence in order to escape the strange realm; accompanies Marcus when he has to return to Limbo because his presence has disrupted the timestream

[title] - Avengers Annual #10
Marvel Super-Heroes (3rd series) #11, Avengers Annual #10

returns to Earth following Marcus’ death in Limbo and starts a new life in San Francisco; is ambushed by Mystique’s foster daughter, Rogue, who permanently absorbs her psyche and powers; memories partially restored by Professor Xavier, though without the emotional ties to them; confronts the Avengers with the truth of her abduction and rape by Marcus Immortus

[title] - Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #158
Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #158

helps the X-Men break into the Pentagon to erase the government’s files on them, while there she encounters Rogue and defeats Mystique despite being powerless

[title] - Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #163
Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #161-163

kidnapped alongside the X-Men by the alien Brood, subjected to advanced genetic modification until she is rescued by Wolverine

[title] - Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #164
Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #164-166

undergoes a transformation that causes her to become one with the power of a white hole, calls herself Binary, is instrumental in defeating the Brood and is offered membership in the X-Men

[title] - Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #171
Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #171

turns down membership after Professor Xavier allows a repentant Rogue to join on a probationary basis

[title] - Marvel Fanfare (1st series) #24
Marvel Fanfare (1st series) #24, Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #174

learns of Mar-Vell’s death from cancer; decides to leave Earth and accepts an offer to join the Starjammers

[title] - X-Men: Spotlight on The Starjammers #2
X-Men Spotlight on... Starjammers #1-2

becomes embroiled in the Phalkon Quest along with the rest of the Starjammers, helps Lilandra to regain her throne

[title] - Quasar #34
Quasar #34

teams with Quasar in the midst of an intergalactic war to save Earth’s sun from collapsing, suffers grave injuries

[title] - Avengers (1st series) #351
Avengers (1st series) #350-351

is reunited with the Starjammers while recuperating at Avengers Mansion, forced to choose between the two teams when Raza tries to kill the Black Knight

[title] - Starblast #4
Starblast #4

emotional ties to her memories are temporarily restored by the Stranger

[title] - X-Men Unlimited (1st series) #13
X-Men Unlimited (1st series) #13

becomes embroiled in a plot of the alien Inciters, who try to manipulate her into using her powers to destroy several star systems; to foil the plan, the X-Men have to sever her connection to the white star that fuels her cosmic powers

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #4
Avengers (3rd series) #4

rejoins the Avengers keeping her waning powers secret, picks Warbird as new codename, shows early signs of a drinking problem

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #7
Avengers (3rd series) #7

her increasingly erratic and dangerous behavior leads to a formal Avengers court martial; rather than face a demotion, she resigns from the team

[title] - Contest of Champions (2nd series) #5
Contest of Champions (2nd series) #5

frees Rogue from the possession of a Brood Queen; finally forgives Rogue

[title] - Iron Man (3rd series) #23
Iron Man (3rd series) #23-24

hits rock bottom when she attacks Iron Man and inadvertently downs a commercial jet; ends up hospitalized for alcohol poisoning

[title] - Iron Man (3rd series) #25
Iron Man (3rd series) #25

accepts her addiction and joins Alcoholics Anonymous to get the help she needs

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #27
Avengers (3rd series) #26-27

turns herself in to the authorities; her sentence is suspended in exchange for serving as an Avenger once more

[title] - X-Men Unlimited (1st series) #29
X-Men Unlimited (1st series) #29

in order to save the Earth from being transformed into an alien penal colony, she willingly allows Rogue to temporarily absorb her mind and powers again

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #41
Avengers (3rd series) #41

on the eve of the Kang War, she meets the Scarlet Centurion, a temporal counterpart to Marcus Immortus

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #47
Avengers (3rd series) #47

when the Scarlet Centurion comes to her aid, she must contend with the fact he is not the Marcus she encountered before as well as his attraction to her

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #48
Avengers (3rd series) #48

slays the villainous Master in order to obtain technology essential to defeating Kang

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #55
Avengers (3rd series) #55

insists on a formal court martial for her murder of the Master but is unanimously cleared of any wrongdoing by the Avengers

[title] - Avengers (3rd series) #70
Avengers (3rd series) #70

accepts an offer to serve with the Department of Homeland Security as their new Chief Field Leader and Superhuman Liaison

[title] - Avengers (1st series) #503
Avengers (1st series) #503

is among a large contingent of Avengers who respond to a string of attacks, only to learn that the Scarlet Witch has gone mad and is behind it all

[title] - Avengers One-Shots Finale
Avengers Finale

attends a special meeting and candlelight vigil for her fallen teammates; the Avengers disband

[title] - House of M #1
House of M #1-2

accompanies the X-Men and the New Avengers to deal with the continuing threat that the Scarlet Witch poses only to be swept up in a reality warp; within the House of M, she is the world’s most popular superhero

[title] - Ms. Marvel Giant-Size #1
Giant-Size Ms. Marvel #1

inspired by her life in the House of M reality, she reclaims the name Ms. Marvel and dedicates herself to become the best of the best

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #1
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #1-3

first encounter with Cru

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #6
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #6

sides with Iron Man and Superhuman Registration Act

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #7
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #7

begins training Arana as her sidekick

[title] - Mighty Avengers (1st series) #1
Mighty Avengers (1st series) #1

named leader of the New York Initiative branch of Avengers

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #13
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #13

assembles Operation: Lightning Storm

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #24
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #21-24

connection to Cru revealed, powers upgraded

[title] - Dark Avengers #1
Dark Avengers #1, New Avengers (1st series) #48

quits registered Avengers when Norman Osborn takes over, joins unregistered vigilantes

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #37
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #37

powers overloaded fighting Ghazi Rashid, killing her

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #41
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #39-41

reconstituted out of energy forms by Storytellers

[title] - Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #46
Ms. Marvel (2nd series) #42-46

battles Moonstone for the name Ms. Marvel

[title] - New Avengers (2nd series) #1
New Avengers (2nd series) #1

joins Luke Cage's Avengers after registration act ends

[title] - Captain Marvel (6th series) #1
Captain Marvel (7th series) #1

claims the mantle of Captain Marvel

[title] - Avengers (5th series) #1
Avengers (5th series) #1

joins new Avengers roster

[title] - Captain Marvel (6th series) #9
Captain Marvel (7th series) #9

grounded as brain lesion inhibits her ability to fly

[title] - Captain Marvel (6th series) #14
Captain Marvel (7th series) #14

cured of brain lesion but damaged her memory further

[title] - Infinity #1
Infinity #1

co-leader of the Avengers against the Builder fleet

[title] - Captain Marvel (7th series) #1
Captain Marvel (8th series) #1

leaves Earth for extended space mission

[title] - Captain Marvel (7th series) #6
Captain Marvel (8th series) #6

chases the Spartoi off Torfa

[title] - Captain Marvel (7th series) #15
Captain Marvel (8th series) #15

returns to Earth and buries Tracy

Avengers (5th series) #35

sides with Steve Rogers and S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Avengers

Ms. Marvel (3rd series) #16

meets Kamala Khan

[title] - Secret Wars #1
Secret Wars #1

survives the destruction of the multiverse

[title] - Captain Marvel (8th series) #1
Captain Marvel (9th series) #1

assumes command of Alpha Flight Space Station

Ultimates (2nd series) #1

assembles the Ultimates group

[title] - Civil War II #1
Civil War II #1

begins the Ulysses Initiative for predictive justice

[title] - Civil War II #5
Civil War II #5

goes to war with Tony Stark over Ulysses

Civil War II #8

beat Tony Stark to the brink of death, Ulysses disappears

Ultimates (2nd series) #11

Ultimates disband

Civil War II: The Oath #1

assumes responsibility for planetary defense shield

Ultimates 2 (2nd series) #1

Ultimates secretly reform with America Chavez and Galactus

[title] - Secret Empire #0
Secret Empire #0

out-maneuvered and abandoned in space by Steve Rogers

[title] - Mighty Captain Marvel #8
Mighty Captain Marvel #8

return to Earth by sacrificing the Alpha Flight station

[title] - Mighty Captain Marvel #9
Mighty Captain Marvel #9

placed on furlough until space station rebuilt