Life of Captain Marvel #1 Launch Trailer

Carol Danvers has been involved in some of the biggest adventures in the Marvel Universe…but in her new series, she’s going back to the basics with Margaret Stohl, Carlos Pacheco, and Marguerite Sauvage at the helm.

Marvel is proud to present this behind-the-scenes look at THE LIFE OF CAPTAIN MARVEL #1, featuring Stohl and Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski!

“This is a story about Carol Danvers. We’re taking Carol back to basics,” said Cebulski. “We hear that a lot, but this is something where we’re going to dance between the raindrops and find the secrets of Carol’s origins that are based in the roots of her family.”

“It’s really a family story and it’s as much about the human instead of her as her Kree powers,” added Stohl.

Don’t miss THE LIFE OF CAPTAIN MARVEL #1, on sale now in comic shops, on the Marvel Comics App, and on! To find a comic shop near you, visit or call 1-888-comicbook.

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33 replies
  1. Serene Tlw
    Serene Tlw says:

    I'm sorry but I can't like Margaret Stohl at least not as a writer coz the Black Widow YA Novels were a huge disappointment, hope this comic doesn't suck..

  2. Tommy Boman
    Tommy Boman says:

    Marvel has not put out a good comic in a very long while, seem to have clean up among the nasty evildoers in the office though so perhaps something good can show up again eventually… This was an okay book, not sure I like the concept though. The reason I always liked Captain Marvel was because she was "normal" and never had dead parents or any of the other superhero cliches, just "normal" problem but happen to be a female superman dealing with those "normal" problem, this new comic seem to be a way to rectify that and put her into lots of cliches. With that said, it was not too bad, writing was good enough to pull it off, the art very nice.

  3. Chris Preston
    Chris Preston says:

    I am sure they are going to stretch and make a really unusual story and not play into some tired old trope … yeah, sorry. Nope, most likely she had an abusive father.

  4. Slackman
    Slackman says:

    Replace Lost characters with similar Marvel Characters. What's your cast?
    Jack – Steven Strange
    Sawyer- Richard Rider
    Kate- Rogue
    Sayid- Frank Castle (wanted to make him middle eastern, but Kamala Khan's brother seemed like a poor choice…)
    Hugo- "Kong" (Friend of Peter in Ultimate Spider-man)
    Jon Lock- Charles Xavier
    Sun- Ami Han (White Fox)
    Jin- Philip Cho (Amadeus Cho's Father)
    Micheal- T'Challa
    Walter- Miles Morales
    Claire- Tandy Bowen (Dagger)

  5. kyouryoku1977
    kyouryoku1977 says:

    I watched the whole thing. And I still dont care. The powers aren't even hers. There's been a few Capt. Marvels. One was even a black woman. Marvel gentrified their own character.

  6. Captain Sweeney
    Captain Sweeney says:

    Ya know I didn't want to have to do this but here it goes. Time to educate some people.

    DC has always been the more successful company.

    It's undisputed that the video game industry is worth more than the movie and music industry combined.

    And you all know which company rules when it comes to games. Injustice, Dark Knight games, telltale, etc

    Marvel games are fairly rare, only mobile games or that Spiderman game coming out.

    When it comes to tv shows theirs way more DC than marvel shows, so theres more revenue there.

    Yes,the dceu hasn't been well received for the past few years (sorta), wonder woman not included. Suicide squad probably was the worst one yet.

    But they have seen the response from these movies, Justice League was a small step in the right direction, and based off of the trailers for Shazam and Aquaman, they're still stepping it up.

    Either way in the end DC has always been number 1, and will be number 1 soon even in their emerging movie universe industry.


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