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* ''Accused'' — ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' tie-in. After being given the Universal Weapon by [[Characters/YoungAvengersFoundingMembers Emperor Hulkling]], Carol fights for the Kree-Skrull Empire in their war against the Cotati and becomes the Supreme Accuser. Drawn by Cory Smith.

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* ''Accused'' — ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' tie-in. After being given the Universal Weapon by [[Characters/YoungAvengersFoundingMembers [[Characters/YoungAvengersTitleTeam Emperor Hulkling]], Carol fights for the Kree-Skrull Empire in their war against the Cotati and becomes the Supreme Accuser. Drawn by Cory Smith.


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Creator/KellyThompson started the current ComicBookRun of [[Characters/MarvelComicsCarolDanvers Captain Marvel]] in 2019. Although it came out in the same year the film ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' was released, it is not directly related to it, other than sharing the lead character.

The comic leaves space and returns Carol Danvers to Earth, for the most part. Among other things, she briefly serves as a Kree Accuser during the events of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', before handing the job over to her newfound sister. Carol also visits the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', breaks up with [[ComicBook/WarMachine Jim Rhodes]], and tried to learn magic to prevent it.

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The tenth volume of ''Captain Marvel'', written by
Creator/KellyThompson started the current ComicBookRun and drawn by various artists, began publishing by Creator/MarvelComics in January 2019.

Set after ''The Life
of [[Characters/MarvelComicsCarolDanvers Captain Marvel'', wherein [[ComicBook/CaptainMarvelMarvelComics Captain Marvel]] in 2019. Although it came out in the same year the film ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' was released, it (ComicBook/CarolDanvers) learned she is not directly related to it, other than sharing the lead character.

The comic leaves space and
actually half-Kree by birth, this volume is comprised of following stories:

* ''Re-Entry'' — Carol
returns to Earth after a lengthy trip in space, but she soon finds herself trapped on a wasted Roosevelt Island with some of her closest friends and allies, and it's up to them to find a way off. Drawn by Carmen Carnero.
* ''Strange Trip'' — ''ComicBook/WarOfTheRealms'' tie-in. With Earth taken over by Malekith and his forces,
Carol Danvers leads herself, ComicBook/DoctorStrange, and ComicBook/BlackWidow in a mission to Earth, retake South America from [[Characters/MarvelComicsTheEnchantress The Enchantress]]. Drawn by Annapaola Martello.
* ''Falling Star'' — When her half-Kree parentage is revealed to the public and ruins her reputation, Carol is forced to team up with a long-lost enemy from her past, while a new superhero with similar powers (suspiciously) rises in her place. Drawn by Carnero.
* ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'' — One-shot. In a possible future, Carol returns to Earth after thirty years to find the planet in ruins and facing devastation, forcing her to help prevent a total apocalypse. Drawn by Carnero.
* ''The Last Avenger'' — When Carol is given twenty-four hours to kill five ComicBook/{{Avengers}}, it's race against the clock
for the most part. Among other things, she briefly serves her to emerge victorious ''without'' eliminating her longtime allies. Coincides with issue #150[[note]]legacy numbering[[/note]] of Carol's tenure as a Kree Accuser during Captain Marvel. Drawn by Lee Garbett.
* ''Game Night'' – Single issue. After
the events of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', the previous arc, Carol partakes in a game night with some of her closest pals, but trouble still has its way of finding her. Drawn by Francesco Manna.
* ''Accused'' — ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' tie-in. After being given the Universal Weapon by [[Characters/YoungAvengersFoundingMembers Emperor Hulkling]], Carol fights for the Kree-Skrull Empire in their war against the Cotati and becomes the Supreme Accuser. Drawn by Cory Smith.
* ''The New World'' – Follow-up to ''Captain Marvel: The End''. When Carol is transported to a post-apocalyptic future, she's forced to find her way back home, but not
before handing the job over to helping a faction of survivors from a threatening new ruler with familiar origins. Drawn by Garbett.
* ''Mistakes Were Made'' — Single issue. Newly single and out of
her newfound sister. groove, Carol also visits the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', breaks up is encouraged to try speed-dating, but eventually finds herself with a ''strange'' new bedfellow. Drawn by David Lopez.
* ''Strange Magic'' — Shaken by a recent failure, Carol seeks outside help to master what may be her greatest weakness: magic. Drawn by Jacopo Camagni.
* ''Vacation, All I Ever Wanted!'' – Single issue. Carol and
[[ComicBook/WarMachine Jim Rhodes]], Rhodey]] rekindle their romance and tried take a trip into space, but their relaxation is cut short by a multiversal threat. Drawn by Takeshi Miyazawa.
* ''The Last of the Marvels'' — Follow-up
to learn magic ''The Last Avenger''. An imposter bearing Carol's appearance is threatening the galaxy, and it's up to prevent it.

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her to save the Captain Marvel legacy from ruin. Drawn by Sergio Dávila.

Not to be confused with 2019's ''Film/{{Captain Marvel|2019}}'', the character's live-action debut in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, released within a month of this volume's debut.

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* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture, Ove explains to Carol how the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it's true... he just skips or is vague on several important details.

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* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture, Ove explains to Carol how the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it's true... he just skips or is vague on several important details.details.
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* AntiMagic: Unable to learn magic quick enough to counter Ove's attack, the Enchantress gave her a pill that made her immune to magic.

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* AesopAmnesia: Carol met the daughter of War Machine in a BadFuture, but she wasn't her mother. War Machine had this daughter with someone else. Carol broke with War machine, because she did not want to prevent this daughter from coming to existence, and got a lot of criticism for learning nothing from ''ComicBook/CivilWarII''.

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* SelfDisposingVillain: Carol obtained an anti-magic pill to be able to stand against Ove. The Enchantress summoned her and he prevented Carol from taking it, but then (ignoring what was the pill for) he consumed the pill. Now he's completely incapable to use magic anymore.


Creator/KellyThompson started the current ComicBookRun of [[ComicBook/CarolDanvers Captain Marvel]] in 2019. Although it is the same year the film ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' was released, it is not directly related to it, other than for the lead character.

The comic left the space and returned Carol Danvers to Earth for the most part. Among other things, she briefly served as a Kree Accuser during the tie-in of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', and then handed it to her newfound sister. Carol’s also visited the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', broken up with [[ComicBook/WarMachine Jim Rhodes]], and tried to learn magic to prevent it.

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Creator/KellyThompson started the current ComicBookRun of [[ComicBook/CarolDanvers [[Characters/MarvelComicsCarolDanvers Captain Marvel]] in 2019. Although it is came out in the same year the film ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' was released, it is not directly related to it, other than for sharing the lead character.

The comic left the leaves space and returned returns Carol Danvers to Earth Earth, for the most part. Among other things, she briefly served serves as a Kree Accuser during the tie-in events of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', and then handed it before handing the job over to her newfound sister. Carol’s Carol also visited visits the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', broken breaks up with [[ComicBook/WarMachine Jim Rhodes]], and tried to learn magic to prevent it.



* AllAccordingToPlan: A villain takes control of Carol and sends her to attack the other Avengers. [[spoiler:She easily defeats Thor, but it is revealed in the next issue that it was all part of the plan, Thor knew and simply acted as being defeated]]
* BadFuture: ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'' was a one-shot where Captain Marvel, who was in space, comes back to Earth and finds it devastated, and used her powers to reignite the dying sun. Some months later the Captain Marvel from the present is sent to it.
* BeleagueredBoss: Hulking gave Carol, the new Accuser, a simple task: go to a planet and capture the terrorist that is blowing up everything. But she ran away with the terrorist, instead, because it's her sister. And she wants time and resources to prove that she was being framed. And she desecrated the universal weapon, a sacred weapon of the Kree, to give similar powers to Rhodes, Drew and Hazmat. Hulking tries his best to be reasonable and supportive, but none this is of much help.
* BlindDate: Jessica arranged one for Carol after she broke up with Rhodes. It did not work out well.

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* AllAccordingToPlan: A villain takes control of Carol and sends her to attack the other Avengers. [[spoiler:She easily defeats Thor, but it is it's revealed in the next issue that it was this is all part of the plan, Thor knew and simply acted as being defeated]]
played along.]]
* BadFuture: ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'' was is a one-shot where Captain Marvel, who was in space, comes back to Earth and finds it devastated, and then used her powers to reignite the dying sun. Some months later the Captain Marvel from the present is sent to visits it.
* BeleagueredBoss: Hulking gave gives Carol, the new Accuser, a simple task: go to a planet and capture the a terrorist that who is blowing up everything. But she ran stuff up. She instead runs away with the terrorist, instead, because it's her sister. And sister, and she wants time and resources to prove that she was being framed. And Then she desecrated desecrates the universal weapon, a sacred weapon of the Kree, to give similar powers to Rhodes, Jessica Drew and Hazmat. Hulking tries his best to be reasonable and supportive, but none this is of much help.
* BlindDate: Jessica arranged arranges one for Carol after she broke breaks up with Rhodes. It did not doesn't work out well.



* EtTuBrute: Carol wants to learn magic, to prevent the BadFuture, but Dr. Strange refuses to teach her. It takes a patient and committed person to learn magic, and Carol is not. She tries to ask all the other magic heroes for help (Jerico, Magik, Talisman, Nico, etc), but none will help: Strange already warned them and instructed them to say no. But what about the ComicBook/ScarletWitch? She's Carol friend, and she does not follow Strange blindly, so she will help, right? Nope. It is correct, she does not refuse "because Strange says so", but because she actually agrees with him on this.

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* EtTuBrute: Carol wants to learn magic, to prevent the BadFuture, but Dr. Strange refuses to teach her. It takes a patient and committed person to learn magic, and which Carol is not. She tries to ask asks all the other magic heroes for help (Jerico, Magik, Talisman, Nico, etc), but none will help: of them help, since Strange already warned them and instructed them to say no. But what about the ComicBook/ScarletWitch? Scarlet Witch? She's Carol friend, and she does not Carol's friend. She doesn't follow Strange blindly, so she will might help, right? Nope. It is correct, she does She not refuse doing it "because Strange says so", but because she actually agrees with him on this.him.



* LongLostRelative: ''The Life of Captain Marvel'' establishes that she does not just have Kree powers, she's actually a Kree. And during the ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' tie-in she met her long lost sister... Lauri-Ell, a giant, Hulk-style Kree!

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* LongLostRelative: ''The Life of Captain Marvel'' establishes that she does not Carol doesn't just have Kree powers, she's actually a Kree. And during the ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' tie-in she met meets her long lost sister... Lauri-Ell, a giant, Hulk-style Kree!



* SuperWindowJump: Carol is depressed at home and refuses to talk with anyone or to answer Jessica Drew on the phone, so Jessica let herself in. And she liked it, because she kept entering to Carol's house the same way later on.
* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture, Ove explained Carol of how the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it was true... he just skipped or was vague on several important details.

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* SuperWindowJump: Carol is depressed at home and refuses to talk with anyone or to answer Jessica Drew on the phone, so Jessica let lets herself in. And she liked likes it, because she kept entering to enters Carol's house the same way later on.
* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture, Ove explained explains to Carol of how the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it was it's true... he just skipped skips or was is vague on several important details.


* LongLostRelative: "The life of Captain Marvel" established that she does not just have Kree powers, she's actually a Kree. And during the ''Empyre'' tie-in she met her long lost sister... Lauri-Ell, a giant, Hulk-style Kree!
* RousingSpeech: Parodied. Carol wonders why people keep expecting her to do the St Crispin Day speech (and if it's the only speech people know).

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* LongLostRelative: "The life ''The Life of Captain Marvel" established Marvel'' establishes that she does not just have Kree powers, she's actually a Kree. And during the ''Empyre'' ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' tie-in she met her long lost sister... Lauri-Ell, a giant, Hulk-style Kree!
* RousingSpeech: Parodied. Carol wonders why people keep expecting her to do the St St. Crispin Day speech (and if it's the only speech people know).



* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture Ove explained Carol of how did the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it was true... he just skipped or was vague on several details.

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* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture BadFuture, Ove explained Carol of how did the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it was true... he just skipped or was vague on several important details.


The comic left the space and returned the character to Earth for the most part. Among other things, she briefly served as a Kree Accuser during the tie-in of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', and then handed it to her newfound sister. She also visited the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', broke with Jim Rhodes and tried to learn magic to prevent it.

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The comic left the space and returned the character Carol Danvers to Earth for the most part. Among other things, she briefly served as a Kree Accuser during the tie-in of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', and then handed it to her newfound sister. She Carol’s also visited the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', broke broken up with [[ComicBook/WarMachine Jim Rhodes Rhodes]], and tried to learn magic to prevent it.

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: While Carol and Doctor Strange are having a long discussion, Black Widow is struggling with a crocodile in the background without them noticing.


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* RousingSpeech: Parodied. Carol wonders why people keep expecting her to do the St Crispin Day speech (and if it's the only speech people know).


* SuperWindowJump: Carol is depressed at home and refuses to talk with anyone or to answer Jessica Drew on the phone, so Jessica let herself in. And she liked it, because she kept entering to Carol's house the same way later on.

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* SuperWindowJump: Carol is depressed at home and refuses to talk with anyone or to answer Jessica Drew on the phone, so Jessica let herself in. And she liked it, because she kept entering to Carol's house the same way later on.on.
* UnreliableNarrator: In the BadFuture Ove explained Carol of how did the world came to its current state and the settlement they had organized. And it was true... he just skipped or was vague on several details.

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* AllAccordingToPlan: A villain takes control of Carol and sends her to attack the other Avengers. [[spoiler:She easily defeats Thor, but it is revealed in the next issue that it was all part of the plan, Thor knew and simply acted as being defeated]]

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* EtTuBrute: Carol wants to learn magic, to prevent the BadFuture, but Dr. Strange refuses to teach her. It takes a patient and committed person to learn magic, and Carol is not. She tries to ask all the other magic heroes for help (Jerico, Magik, Talisman, Nico, etc), but none will help: Strange already warned them and instructed them to say no. But what about the ComicBook/ScarletWitch? She's Carol friend, and she does not follow Strange blindly, so she will help, right? Nope. It is correct, she does not refuse "because Strange says so", but because she actually agrees with him on this.

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Creator/KellyThompson started the current ComicBookRun of [[ComicBook/CarolDanvers Captain Marvel]] in 2019. Although it is the same year the film ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' was released, it is not directly related to it, other than for the lead character.

The comic left the space and returned the character to Earth for the most part. Among other things, she briefly served as a Kree Accuser during the tie-in of ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'', and then handed it to her newfound sister. She also visited the BadFuture previously seen in the one-shot ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'', broke with Jim Rhodes and tried to learn magic to prevent it.

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* BadFuture: ''ComicBook/CaptainMarvelTheEnd'' was a one-shot where Captain Marvel, who was in space, comes back to Earth and finds it devastated, and used her powers to reignite the dying sun. Some months later the Captain Marvel from the present is sent to it.
* BeleagueredBoss: Hulking gave Carol, the new Accuser, a simple task: go to a planet and capture the terrorist that is blowing up everything. But she ran away with the terrorist, instead, because it's her sister. And she wants time and resources to prove that she was being framed. And she desecrated the universal weapon, a sacred weapon of the Kree, to give similar powers to Rhodes, Drew and Hazmat. Hulking tries his best to be reasonable and supportive, but none this is of much help.
* BlindDate: Jessica arranged one for Carol after she broke up with Rhodes. It did not work out well.
* ConquerorFromTheFuture: Ove escaped from the Bad Future, where he was born, showing up in the present day.
* HulkSpeak: Lauri-Ell, the Kree sister of Carol, speaks with just basic words.
* LongLostRelative: "The life of Captain Marvel" established that she does not just have Kree powers, she's actually a Kree. And during the ''Empyre'' tie-in she met her long lost sister... Lauri-Ell, a giant, Hulk-style Kree!
* SuperWindowJump: Carol is depressed at home and refuses to talk with anyone or to answer Jessica Drew on the phone, so Jessica let herself in. And she liked it, because she kept entering to Carol's house the same way later on.

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