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    Default CBR: Marvel Explores the World of "Fear Itself"

    Marvel will explore the world of the Matt Fraction-helmed "Fear Itself" event in "Fear Itself: The Home Front," a 7-issue anthology launching in April with contributions from Christos Gage, Peter Milligan and more.


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    I hope this is more along the lines of Civil War: Front Line and not Siege: Embedded.

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    Gage, yeah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlesjbaserap View Post
    I hope this is more along the lines of Civil War: Front Line and not Siege: Embedded.
    Looks to be an anthology type of deal, like Age of Heroes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dog View Post
    Looks to be an anthology type of deal, like Age of Heroes.
    That's even better then! lol

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    Fear Itself! By some of Marvel’s top creators, including Christos Gage, Peter Milligan, Mike Mayhew, Howard Chaykin and many more, Fear Itself.


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    Sounds like an anthology.
    Might be good.
    But I still have very little faith in this event.

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    FINALLY a book about grizzled prospectors interacting with Cap.

    Also is it weird that I can't tell if the guy to Cap's left is Luke Cage or just a regular black dude?

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    Default Let's have something new!

    "The Marvel Universe is on the brink of being ripped apart and when all hope is lost, itís up to Marvelís greatest and bravest heroes to make a stand."

    Anyone else tired of universe (or even Earth) shattering events? DC and Marvel do this too often, in my opinion; I would prefer smaller, confined events that don't necessarily threaten all of existence, like Shadowland but good. It really seems like the universe gets threatened every few months.


    "...as a throng of gods and heroes battle the very personification of terror..."

    Reminds me a lot of Chaos War (substitute "terror" for "nothingness").

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    Quote Originally Posted by Push You Down View Post
    Also is it weird that I can't tell if the guy to Cap's left is Luke Cage or just a regular black dude?
    The downside of not wearing a costume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Push You Down View Post
    Also is it weird that I can't tell if the guy to Cap's left is Luke Cage or just a regular black dude?
    No it's not. That doesn't look like Luke Cage at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderrmonkey View Post
    Anyone else tired of universe (or even Earth) shattering events? DC and Marvel do this too often, in my opinion...
    There really hasn't been one since Secret Invasion.
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    Pass. Gonna pass on the main mini cause it doesn't sound interesting.

    And these Anthology books are either mediocre or downright terrible.

    If there's a story with the Avengers Academy or Secret Avengers in particular Beast, I may snag that issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dog View Post
    There really hasn't been one since Secret Invasion.
    Chaos War is doing this. To a smaller extent, Curse of the Mutants and the Thanos Imperative are also large events (one worldwide, one cosmic). Granted, none of them are as prevalent in the Marvel U as Civil War or Secret Invasion were, but I still feel that more confined events would be a plus.
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    Big time pass. "The most anticipated event of 2011!!"

    Not by me. Not even going to bother with the main mini. Heroes facing their worst fears sounds incredibly boring for a major event. An arc of a book sure but this is supposed to be MASSIVE. Not even remotely interested.
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