The first issue of the series, especially with a relatively new character like Kamala Khan.
“Crushed” (Ms. Marvel #12 -15, 2015)
Follows the hero’s stories as her world widens from Jersey City to New York and beyond.
“Ms. Marvel Meets the Marvel Universe” (Ms. Marvel #6-9, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #10, 2015):
"Last Days" looks at Armageddon through the eyes of a hopeful teenage girl.
“Last Days” (Ms. Marvel #16 – 19, 2015)
“Game Over” returns Kamala back to her familiar Jersey City milieu.
“Game Over” (Ms. Marvel #13 – 24, 2016)
The Champions are a team of teenage heroes, including Spider-Man Miles Morales, the Vision’s synthezoid daughter Viv, young Amadeus Cho as the Totally Awesome Hulk, Nova.
Change the World #1 -6, 2017
Set after the resolution of Civil War II, “Damage Per Second” finds Kamala alienated from her friends and family.
“Damage Per Second” (Ms. Marvel #13 – 18, 2017)
When Kamala disappears, several new teens take up the Ms. Marvel mantle. This includes Red Dagger, a Jersey City superhero.
“Teenage Wasteland” (Ms. Marvel, #25 – 30)
Ahmed teams with artist Joey Vazquez for a manic story that pits Kamala against a zombie horde.
“Stormranger” (Magnificent Ms. Marvel #13 - 18, 2020)
Multiverses have a long history of dealing with different versions of themselves, it would be no surprise if Kamala's character explores that.
Ms. Marvel: Beyond the Limit (2021- 2022)