The Palmer Addley Infection last edited by deactivated-6025c60aa67c8 on 04/09/20 12:48PM View full history

Back from Fear Itself crossovers, War Machine and his team investigate a new lead on the Palmer Addley case that connects him to an unassuming single soccer mom.



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A Good Book But Still Just Iron Man 2.0 0

After a Fear Itself tie-in story that did not really go anywhere, Iron Man 2.0 returns to its main story dealing with a dead scientist managing to be a surprisingly dangerous and active terrorist threat. It is also a return to the quality of the series' first few issues, though also to the strange contradiction of the series. While the it is undeniably a well written title, it remains a less than ideal direction for its lead character, James Rhodes.  The Palmer Addley situation finally kicks int...

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Overlong story finally gets interesting 0

The Palmer Addley storyline (derailed for 3 issues of Fear Itself Crossovers) resumes and finally gets interesting again.  It started off well enough in the first issue, then floundered a while, then got pushed aside for crossovers... but now it's back, and it's actually holding my interest in this issue.  This issue, much like Spencer's recent work on Secret Avengers, is a superhero book that does not FEEL like a superhero book.  It feels much more like police/FBI procedural TV programming.  Th...

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