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WHO IS AMERICA? America Chavez is incredible – her origins, her strength, her dimension-shattering star portals! But when the foundation of everything she believes is shaken, America will stand up and face the parts of herself she’s been running from. From writer Kalinda Vazquez (Marvel’s Runaways) and artist Carlos Gomez (Amazing Mary Jane) comes an explosive, brand-new s WHO IS AMERICA? America Chavez is incredible – her origins, her strength, her dimension-shattering star portals! But when the foundation of everything she believes is shaken, America will stand up and face the parts of herself she’s been running from. From writer Kalinda Vazquez (Marvel’s Runaways) and artist Carlos Gomez (Amazing Mary Jane) comes an explosive, brand-new story all about what made America Chavez who she is – and what she’ll do to protect the ones she loves.


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WHO IS AMERICA? America Chavez is incredible – her origins, her strength, her dimension-shattering star portals! But when the foundation of everything she believes is shaken, America will stand up and face the parts of herself she’s been running from. From writer Kalinda Vazquez (Marvel’s Runaways) and artist Carlos Gomez (Amazing Mary Jane) comes an explosive, brand-new s WHO IS AMERICA? America Chavez is incredible – her origins, her strength, her dimension-shattering star portals! But when the foundation of everything she believes is shaken, America will stand up and face the parts of herself she’s been running from. From writer Kalinda Vazquez (Marvel’s Runaways) and artist Carlos Gomez (Amazing Mary Jane) comes an explosive, brand-new story all about what made America Chavez who she is – and what she’ll do to protect the ones she loves.

30 review for America Chavez: Made In The USA (2021-) #1 (of 5)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    How did I not know about America Chavez!? Also, the pub date on this is wrong. I'm pretty sure this was delayed until March 3rd, 2021 because of COVID. America Chavez focuses on a LatinX, queer girl by the name of America who is a part of the west coast Avengers. This is a great jumping point for individuals who are interested in her origin story, but are not necessarily familiar with where she appeared in other Marvel comics. This first issue doesn't provide all of the details of this; however, How did I not know about America Chavez!? Also, the pub date on this is wrong. I'm pretty sure this was delayed until March 3rd, 2021 because of COVID. America Chavez focuses on a LatinX, queer girl by the name of America who is a part of the west coast Avengers. This is a great jumping point for individuals who are interested in her origin story, but are not necessarily familiar with where she appeared in other Marvel comics. This first issue doesn't provide all of the details of this; however, it sets up an interesting cliff hanger that will leave readers wanting the second issue. I loved that readers were exposed to a little bit of the found family trope through a narrative that traveled from the present to the past. After reading it, I did have a few questions that I'm hoping will get answered in the second issue. America appears to be losing some of her abilities and powers which may be related to an attack of her adopted family. There is much to be discussed in regard to the relationship status of America to her adopted family as well as what could possibly be out in the universe attempting to get rid of her powers. There is an omnipresent narrative that added such a flair to the story as whole. I liked the art, but I wasn't a huge fan of some panels where the shadow technique didn't work well for some of the characters. Meaning that there were areas of character faces that suffered from the inability to add the appropriate amount of shadow. Overall, this is a gerat first issue and I'm extremely excited to see where this story is going to take us!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Natasha

    Oh America, how I've missed you Oh America, how I've missed you

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    A very good start! Much better than America's last series! I never finished West Coast Avengers as Kelly Thompson's writing really isn't my favorite style. That being said, I'm assuming that's where America'a girlfriend Ramone was introduced. There's a not a lot of insight into her character in this book, but she seems nice. Obviously, she cares about America. I'm glad we're FINALLY getting more background on America's childhood and how she found her way to earth pre Young Avengers. Definitely c A very good start! Much better than America's last series! I never finished West Coast Avengers as Kelly Thompson's writing really isn't my favorite style. That being said, I'm assuming that's where America'a girlfriend Ramone was introduced. There's a not a lot of insight into her character in this book, but she seems nice. Obviously, she cares about America. I'm glad we're FINALLY getting more background on America's childhood and how she found her way to earth pre Young Avengers. Definitely checking out the next issue!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    She’s back! Okay, she was never technically gone, just out of the limelight for a while. But now America is about to get another run of her series. And it all starts with America Chavez: Made in the USA #1. This series is about to do a deep dive into America: who she is, how her powers work, and even her history. This makes it a solid starting point for new fans, and a plot arc full of interesting facts for those who have been reading her story all along. At least, that’s sincerely what I’m hopin She’s back! Okay, she was never technically gone, just out of the limelight for a while. But now America is about to get another run of her series. And it all starts with America Chavez: Made in the USA #1. This series is about to do a deep dive into America: who she is, how her powers work, and even her history. This makes it a solid starting point for new fans, and a plot arc full of interesting facts for those who have been reading her story all along. At least, that’s sincerely what I’m hoping we’re going to get out of this series. America Chavez, for those that don’t know about her, is a strong and confident woman. She has the ability to punch portals into existence. (And, as you might have guessed from her aesthetic, they are in the shape of stars.) She’s a Latin-American LGBTQ+ character, and we’re going to get to see her on the big screen very soon (hint: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness). Check out the rest of my review over at Word of the Nerd

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kori ☾

    Going to continue this, hoping it's better than the first volume of the previous America Chavez series. Going to continue this, hoping it's better than the first volume of the previous America Chavez series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ian Sharman

    I've worked with Carlos Gomez a couple of times in the past, inking some art he did for Charlie McElvy's WatchGuard, and I have to say that I really love his artwork. It's always good to see him working for the Big Two. We catch up with Miss America Chavez as she's fighting some giant mutant moles with her old West Coast Avengers chums (oh how I miss that comic) when she's suddenly reminded of her past by a fan. This ultimately leads to us learning more of her past with her adoptive family and th I've worked with Carlos Gomez a couple of times in the past, inking some art he did for Charlie McElvy's WatchGuard, and I have to say that I really love his artwork. It's always good to see him working for the Big Two. We catch up with Miss America Chavez as she's fighting some giant mutant moles with her old West Coast Avengers chums (oh how I miss that comic) when she's suddenly reminded of her past by a fan. This ultimately leads to us learning more of her past with her adoptive family and then returning to the East Coast to rescue them from being sealed within a mysterious forcefield. It becomes clear by the end of the issue that someone from her past is out to settle some old scores. It's just enough to draw you in and want more, which is what a first issue should do, ideally. The art, as I have already intimated, is gorgeous, and the writing is really good, although there are some odd bits of dialogue that don't flow well. It makes me wonder if this was maybe done Marvel style and the writer isn't familiar with working that way. It's hard to put into words why it feels that way to me...but, anyway, it didn't really spoil my enjoyment of what is an otherwise excellent book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    This was such a great issue! I love America Chavez from West Coast Avengers and it’s so exciting to get to read more of her, especially with this background on her origins and family. The plot points that were set up (like the problems with her powers, and her ongoing relationship with Ramone Watts) were well introduced and I already feel invested in the story. Big points to the writing and dialogue, too- it’s witty and to the point without feeling try-hard, and I feel like the tone fits well he This was such a great issue! I love America Chavez from West Coast Avengers and it’s so exciting to get to read more of her, especially with this background on her origins and family. The plot points that were set up (like the problems with her powers, and her ongoing relationship with Ramone Watts) were well introduced and I already feel invested in the story. Big points to the writing and dialogue, too- it’s witty and to the point without feeling try-hard, and I feel like the tone fits well here. Plus, seeing more Kate Bishop?? WITH America?? DOING COOL AVENGERS STUFF AND BEING BADASS FRIENDS?! Be still my beating heart.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I enjoyed the Gabby Rivera run of America so when I saw that there was a new comic about Ms Chvez I jumped at the chance to read it. It's a good start to her origin story and I can't wait to read the next instalment! I enjoyed the Gabby Rivera run of America so when I saw that there was a new comic about Ms Chvez I jumped at the chance to read it. It's a good start to her origin story and I can't wait to read the next instalment!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patrícia

    Found it very heart-warming and loved the Latino culture vibe in it. Not forced just perfect.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Derrick

    I'm always down to read an America Chavez book! Seems like we never get enough of her. And this seems like we have a mystery on our hands! I'm always down to read an America Chavez book! Seems like we never get enough of her. And this seems like we have a mystery on our hands!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joe Anderson

    Reading a good story like this one, I suggest you join NovelStar’s writing competition, you might be their next big star.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adam Miller

  13. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

  14. 5 out of 5

    Burton Olivier

  15. 5 out of 5

    Abigail Vohs

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sean

  17. 4 out of 5

    Logan Mendivil

  18. 5 out of 5

    RG

  19. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Pauly

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anny Barros

  21. 4 out of 5

    Angela

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stavroula

  23. 5 out of 5

    Maddie

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ginny Scalza

  26. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Sylvester

  27. 4 out of 5

    Avery

  28. 5 out of 5

    Why-I-Love-Comics

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kurt Granzow

  30. 4 out of 5

    R.S. Costa

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