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America #7

(America (Single Issues) #7)

3.81  ·  Rating details ·  79 ratings  ·  10 reviews
THE ORIGIN OF AMERICA CHAVEZ! America Chavez left the Utopian Parallel when she was six years old, and by age 16, she was battling with the best. What happened in between? This is American history. This is the story you've been waiting for. ...more
Kindle Edition, 21 pages
Published September 20th 2017 by Marvel
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Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈
3.5 stars

So, this cover just about killed me. Seriously, marry me, America Chavez.

This series is still kind of struggling to find its footing. I think the introduction of Madrimar is taking a step in the right direction. America Chavez didn't have a ton of backstory on her when this series started and Rivera is trying to fix that. I loved that we went back to see how her moms met. I like that we get more insight on the female utopia that she came from.

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Vinton Bayne
Sep 25, 2017 rated it liked it
I thought I'd be super into an America origin story, I guess not. ...more
Sep 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This issue alone is what has made this series worth it to keep up with. I think this is what sold the concept, this is what the story was moving toward, and it (mostly) works.

It's the back-story of America's homeland and her mothers. Absolutely gorgeous, and so very, very gay.

One million stars out of 5.
Jen Bartel I need that poster/print more than I need air!!

That panel of Madrimar holding baby America!!! Be still me beating heart it's so precious!

This is my favorite issue so far!
Adriana Martinez Figueroa
Oct 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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I really liked seeing the backstory and history of América Chávez's family <3 it shows that the author cares and loves this character. It's filling a void needed by other latinx who might feel out of place, just as América. ...more
Jan 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Apr 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
I love that America’s background, including the birth of her mother’s home planet, has been created through women loving women. It’s beautiful. And poor America, her pain is so real, feeling abandoned as she was.
Jill G.
Jan 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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I think this might be the first America issue I really, truly dug. I love so many things about this comic, but it’s felt frenzied and inconsistent. I’m always a fan of backstory in general, so I loved this issue, but it also feels like the pacing is starting to settle in a bit more.
Bill DeGenaro
Jan 20, 2018 rated it it was ok
A lot of backstory slows down America's journey in a so-so outing. ...more
Lugesin siiamaani k.a. Pole paha, aga superäge ka pole, selline, et tore on, et see olemas on ja vahepeal oleks vahva telesari või film, aga süžee pole hirmus kaasakiskuv.
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Gabby Rivera is a Bronx-born, queer Puerto Rican author on a mission to create the wildest, most fun stories ever.

She’s the first Latina to write for Marvel Comics, penning the solo series America about America Chavez, a portal-punching queer Latina powerhouse. Rivera’s critically acclaimed debut novel Juliet Takes a Breath was called “f*cking outstanding” by Roxane Gay and was re-published in Sep

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