I read this comic while I was at a Barnes and Noble, and I was completely blown away by it. The author was really able to capture the frustrations of being a teenager, (at least, in my case!) and what it feels like to not know who you want to become. Basically, Kamala Khan is the female version of Peter Parker. Even if you're not a big comic book reader (a.k.a. me), you should pick this one up! It's not quite as relatable to guys as it is to girls, but the struggles of teenagers are pretty across the board. I also loved how this comic provided diversity, along with a different religion, compared to white-washing her character, and I thought it added a neat insight on how my life doesn't differ that much from her's, despite a difference in religion and different colored skin. Because in the end, it doesn't really matter what religion we are or what skin color we have, we're all just people.