Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain

↠ Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain ☆ Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk - Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain, Mockingbird Vol I Can Explain Agent of S H I E L D Bobbi Morse the former Avenger known as Mockingbird goes solo in her own incredible adventures With a scientific mind and a lethal mastery of martial arts she s one of the most ↠ Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain ☆ Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk - Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain, Mockingbird Vol I Can Explain Agent of S H I E L D Bobbi Morse the former Avenger known as Mockingbird goes solo in her own incredible adventures With a scientific mind and a lethal mastery of martial arts she s one of the most

  • Title: Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain
  • Author: Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk
  • ISBN: 9781302901226
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain

↠ Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain ☆ Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk, Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain, Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk, Mockingbird Vol I Can Explain Agent of S H I E L D Bobbi Morse the former Avenger known as Mockingbird goes solo in her own incredible adventures With a scientific mind and a lethal mastery of martial arts she s one of the most versatile in demand assets at Maria Hill s disposal that makes her ideal for investigating strange goings on in S H I E L D s own medical and recovery network And ↠ Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain ☆ Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk - Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain, Mockingbird Vol I Can Explain Agent of S H I E L D Bobbi Morse the former Avenger known as Mockingbird goes solo in her own incredible adventures With a scientific mind and a lethal mastery of martial arts she s one of the most

  • ↠ Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain ☆ Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk
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Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain

About “Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk

  • Chelsea Cain Kate Niemczyk

    Chelsea Cain is the New York Times bestselling author of the Archie Sheridan Gretchen Lowell thrillers Heartsick, Sweetheart, Evil at Heart, The Night Season, Kill You Twice, and Let Me Go Her next book One Kick August, 2014 will be the first in her Kick Lannigan thriller series Her book Heartsick was named one of the best 100 thrillers ever written by NPR, and Heartsick and Sweetheart were named among Stephen King s Top Ten Books of the Year Her books have been featured on HBO s True Blood and on ABC s Castle Cain lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and daughter.



604 thoughts on “Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain

  • According to the author, the neat o thing with this comic is that you read the 1st issue which, while fun, makes not a whole lot of sense , then read the next 3 issues, then go back and read the first issue because now you ll get the inside jokes then read issue 5 for the grande finale So, of course, that s what I did.Ok, so the 1st issue is a bit of nothing in particular, but it has a silly sort of goodness to it Bobbi is basically showing up for doctor s appointments at a S.H.I.E.L.D clinic an [...]


  • Mock yeah Ing yeah Bird yeah YEAH yeahBobbi Morse is Mockingbird, an Agent of SHIELD Barbie doll who does superhero stuff while having perfect hair Honestly, I don t know who this character is I don t read the SHIELD comic, I don t watch the Agents of SHIELD TV show, maybe she s in one of those, whatever I has likes and dislikes about her character from what I ve read in Chelsea Cain s pretty decent comic but I would ve liked a primer on Bobbi for readers like me who know nothing about her There [...]


  • Bobbi Morse is a comic about the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D character by Chelsea Cain and Kate Niemczyk, four issues, with the inclusion of the 50th Anniversary comic event by Cain and Joelle Jones I read it because I am apparently attempting this summer to drown myself in strong girl women comics, and it appears I might just be able to do it, there s so much out there though then Mockingbird would just save me from drowning We get little background on Mockingbird in this comic, so I imagine the seco [...]


  • I really enjoyed this one Chelsea Cain told her first Mockingbird story in a refreshing way that I ve not seen done before in superhero comicbooks and, over the last forty years, I ve read a LOT of superhero comics.The book has a nice mix of action and humour and, best of all, I think it s one that will really reward multiple re reads I m looking forward to volume two.


  • Wow another surprise I guess maybe I should check out books I had no interest in for marvel vs the big names So after enjoying Gwenpool I decided to try this one out I really really had fun with this one once The negatives let s get out the way first I didn t love the last issue I felt it wrapped up to quickly I also didn t love the plotline, I felt it was jumbled on purpose but still and didn t have a satisfying ending I just didn t like Issue 5 too much Now issue 1 4 Super enjoyable fun time [...]


  • Also available on the WondousBooks blog.Do you know what the best thing about Mockingbird is It s just awesome That s it Literally.I feel like this series is entirely too underrated I know that it has been gaining popularity But still, by no means is Mockingbird one of the characters that you would think of if someone put the words badass, female , Marvel , and character together in a sentence And that would be sad.Bobbi is, quite simply put, a hero that I would aspire to be like And by that I m [...]



  • I really like Bobbi Morse on Agents of SHIELD, but I ve never seen her in comics, so when this series was announced, I was interested I didn t expect much, though, and boy, was I wrong Chelsea Cain s Mockingbird is great It s kinda like Fraction s Hawkeye and Kot s Secret Avengers, with much Girl Power literally and a great concept to go with the series It is described as puzzle box , which means you can read each issue individually, as a stand alone, in any order I would recommend reading it i [...]


  • Read as single issues This is a very clever book I haven t had a chance to sit and re read it again, but it begs to be re read The first five issues of the ongoing series collected here alongside the 50th Anniversary special are designed to be read in different orders, and you unlock of the story each time as you notice subtle things that only make sense in hindsight It s literally a puzzlebox of comics, and that is amazing Bobbi contracts a mysterious illness, and must find out how and why th [...]


  • Hilarious, with lovely art that s full of fun easter eggs And technically just brilliant You can read the five issues in any order, and they ll tell the same story, but with different parts illuminated.I m reduced to frantic jazz hands about how good this is IT S REALLY GOOD Don t you want to be cured I m not sick.


  • Solid start to the sassy Mockingbird series Bobbi Morse has the super soldier serum and the infinity formula making her a serious badass, she works with S.H.I.E.L.D but they are not featured very much in this book and I was kind of glad This was my first intro in Mockingbird and it reminded me a lot of the newer Kate Bishop series, I think it was written around the same time The story follows Bobbi as she is getting constantly evaluated by SHIELD for her powers because she is a bit unstable cons [...]



  • This book is SO cool The author refers to it as a puzzle box comic, where you can read the five issues in any order, they all inform each other, and the you read them, the you see It s very cool, and very well written I ADORE Bobbi s voice in this book Plus, there s so much science as Bobbi makes good use of her phd, and she s wonderfully sarcastic while she does it What s that smell My dripping disdain It s so fun So good



  • The ass kicking, wise cracking genius scientist you deserve Liked this too much to be objective, so I ll leave it at that.




  • Bobbi is a kickass smart and brilliant character and the artwork is fantastic The story arc was a bit confusing at times but I can t wait to read the next installment.


  • Great Fun, lighthearted, and twisty I wish the arc plot was a little personal, but each issue has a good solid human hook Niemczyck s art is really top notch it s traditional comics art, no enormous stylistic innovation, plenty of sex appeal, with the key factor that the men and women are both beautiful vs say, the usual comics stereotype art in which the two genders are male sex fantasy and male power fantasy Mockingbird, Lance Hunter, Hawkeye, etc are all adults having fun and looking good.


  • This book kicked up all sorts of internet snot when it started rolling out, being all guys aren t the overlords of every story and chicks can do cool shit too Which often makes me want to rage read something like this just to make sure rub it in the internet s face, and I ll show them And it pays off most of the time, because whenever the red pill brigade gets their tighty whiteys in a knot, there s sure to be something a little close to home that actually touches one of their last functional ne [...]


  • 4.5 STARSThis was sooooo good and I was really sad to find out it was cancelled after 8 issues, because Mockingbird is my new favorite of all time She is so smart and sassy and so unapologetically herself She s a feminist and independent and I just loved it so much and know that I would have loved to read about her over and over and over again It was a little hard to follow because it jumps around, but the creator has a note in the back explaining that, and it was still such a unique story.



  • How could they have cancelled this book This TPB collects Chelsea Cain s reboot of Mockingbird, a slight one shot and then five issues of her own series which lasted only another three issues before being canned And I am not sure why If anything, I could have seen a reluctance to greenlight a series mini or full after the one shot.But what Cain and Kate Niemczyk who did most of the art put out was really good.Were there some bumps Yes Cain is new to comic book writing, and there were some weird [...]


  • I will be writing a longer review on this book for Zena soonish In the meantime believe me when I say this is the one My favourite The best This comic is a feat unapologetically and openly feminist, funny and fun so fun , witty and serious when the occasion calls for it A vindication of womanhood and girlhood, it doesn t shy away from open criticism Brilliant writing, gorgeous art A great character finally enjoying her solo series and boy, were they up to the task I have already pre ordered book [...]


  • This was a lot of fun Mockingbird is filled with a sharp wit, martial arts skills, d psychic powers Told in what the author calls a puzzle box format The first issue is told over the course of the month while the next 3 issues are single issues which fill in the gaps Followed by the last issue which wraps everything up The series brings some of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D TV show into the mix by bringing in Lance Hunter as a love interest The art in the book is quite good.


  • possibly the best comic graphic novel i d read in a few years Great character in Bobbi Morse Mockingbird , a hero that we all need A sarcastic, kickass, intelligent, Shield agent and scientist with a dry wit Not to mention one hell of a role model for women.look forward to reading the next volume and hope there s to come someday


  • All I want for Christmas is an announcement that Chelsea Cain s getting another Mockingbird series Pretty please.



  • Chelsea Cain hawkeye izes Mockingbird, but importantly, she does a really great job of it This is an entirely wacky comic that takes a slanted look at the whole Marvel universe from the eyes of one Bobbi Morse Does SHIELD have health insurance That s just the first question in this excellent five issue story It plays fast and loose with chronology, putting Bobby into unlikely situations while cutting a fun swath across the Marvel universe.Besides being a great story, this book also reveals a gr [...]


  • Damn, that was so good I can t believe the number of times I ve walked past this one before without picking it up.There s some weird out of order storytelling going on here that tripped me up a bunch, but it was also really clever and you ll have a much better time of it if you pay attention to the timeline than I did Regardless, I m living for Bobbi s sarcasm, STEM knowledge, and consistent rescuing of gentleman in distress and skimpy clothes.


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