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Let me tell you something this is the first Frontline issue I have ever read and so far it is awesome. The story is exactly like the advertisement says from the point of view of the civilans and citizens of New York city. One of the greatest things I like about this issue is that many of the characters in the story constantly mention "how long they have lived in New York city and how they have heard many news stories about Marvel's heroes but never have seen them in real life until now." Some o...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Admittedly, it took me a couple of times to get through this. At first I just got bored. Then I picked up the stack of issues I bought and forced my way through the first pages. By the end, I was glad I continued the issue. On the second run through, I found it to be an excellent story of the everyman dealing with the extraordinary. Of course what matters on a book like this is the characters and dialogue. Both are strong, well written. The art is passable. As a whole, I can positively recommen...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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