Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Coven
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Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Coven

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Karl Coven is a serial killer sentenced to die for his crimes, and Rick Jones the star witness in the prosecution's case. Claiming to be an alien not subject to our laws, Coven's argument is dismissed, but he gets the last laugh by promptly returning back to life immediately after his death sentence is executed.

When a loophole in the legal system requires Coven to be set f

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Paperback, 136 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Marvel Comics Group
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Jdetrick
I find this version if Captain Marvel more interesting than the one in the last trade, but this still isn't working for me. The plotting is still a little loose, and it seems like Peter David is more interested in making certain points than he is in telling a story. Marvel is his mouthpiece and it's a little too obvious. That being said, there are some interesting points being made, but Marvel is a very hard character to like and the entire book is still a little too talky.
Timo
May 04, 2014 Timo rated it 5 of 5 stars
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So underrated was this series, David should get more praising of this one.
There is something so logical in Captain Marvel's madness and that makes it so cold.
Greats stuff.
David
Author Peter David completely trashes a great character. He's made Genis Mar-Vell so completely repugnant I understand now why he was killed off not long after this series ended. David's made Captain Marvel a totally unlikable mass murderer, just to crack a few jokes about the whole situation. It's stunning that the Marvel editors allowed this to make print. It's disgusting.

Perhaps this series redeems itself in the following 2 volumes, but I'm not holding my breath for it.
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