The Hammer That Fell on Yancy Street last edited by Brook78 on 09/18/18 06:51AM View full history

The blockbuster Marvel event of the year continues! Sin leads the most audacious attack on American soil the world has ever seen as global panic sets in and we fall sway to the power of fear itself. On Asgard, Loki hatches the scheme to end all schemes. And everywhere, the Serpent's presence is felt...never moreso than when a major Marvel hero falls at his hands. The shock ending to end all shock endings...as the cycle of evil stretching millennia is at last completed.

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Hype Itself 0

Fear Itself begins to buckle under its own hype as the awaited moments of the third issue prove to be an unclear crisis and a cheap death. The supposed "shock ending to end all shock endings" turns out to be a moment many readers expected to come since before Fear Itself started and a moment rather painfully foreshadowed from the very first pear of the story.  It is beginning to be difficult to get a feel for what exactly the meat of Fear Itself's story is. We have characters behaving as if it i...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Massive Spoilers Ahoy: Fear Itself on the Upswing 0

It seems like last week we had a few problems with spoilers in posts. This week, I'm going to give you fair warning: there will be spoilers in this post. Big ones. Because take it from me: stuff happens in this issue.The GoodHoo boy. Bucky's dead. Or dying. Or in a coma. Out of action. Kaput. Seeing white. He's missing a (bionic) arm and has a big ol' hole in his chest.And I honestly didn't see it coming.While this might seem a bit weird to point out, I find it comforting that the comic industry...

9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Life would be easier... 0

I cannot get out of my head that life in the Marvel Universe (and comics in general) would be easier if people bothered to offer explanations the moment they become obviously neccesary.  In this number of Fear Itself the heroes of the world confront the faceless danger of the Serpent and his servants, who, of course are a sort of Nazis. Someone (you know who) dies, and no one knows what to do.  Except Odin.  Becase the All-Father know everything but seems to believe explanations are optional. He...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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