Quotes from Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal

G. Willow Wilson ·  120 pages

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“There's this ayah from the Quran that my dad always quotes when he sees something bad on TV. A fire or a flood or a bombing. "Whoever kills one person, it is as if he has killed all of mankind... And whoever saves one person, it is as if he has saved all of mankind." When I was a little kid, that always made me feel better. Because no matter how bad things get there are always people who rush in to help. And according to my dad they are blessed.”
― G. Willow Wilson, quote from Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal


“Good is not a thing you are. It's a thing you do.”
― G. Willow Wilson, quote from Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal


“Who am I? It seems like an easy question. And then I realize... Maybe what I said to those cops wasn't a joke. Maybe the name belongs to whoever has the courage to fight.
And so I tell them.
I tell them who I am.”
― G. Willow Wilson, quote from Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal


“We are faith. We speak all languages of beauty and hardship.”
― G. Willow Wilson, quote from Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal


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G. Willow Wilson
Born place: in The United States
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