Sadly, once we get past the title page and the recycled Dexter Soy artwork, the pencils and inks of Filie Andrade drag this comic into the abyss of mediocrity. The kindest adjective I can apply to Filipe Andrade's artwork is "stylized". Sadly, it is the style of someone who appears to be aping Aeon Flux after having a couple of stiff drinks.
To call Andrade's figures disjointed would be putting it mildly. As it is, I find this manner of artwork visually displeasing and it killed my enjoyment of this issue. I still recommend Captain Marvel as a series to all comic readers but I'd also suggest skipping this issue. If you need an introduction to this series, start with Issue #7 instead.