Or – “Boiling Something Down To It’s Essence Has A Problem…” …namely, that most of these characters have been around so long that they have more than one “core truth.” Whether or not you like this issue (and, indeed, this whole CROSSOVER) is going to depend on whether you share the creative team’s assessment of Marvel’s most iconic heroes.
Do you fear… event fatigue? I hope not, as Marvel is here with its latest big event, promising magical Mjolnirs for all the bad guys, paranoia and panic for the good guys, and expanded page counts for all the readers. The only thing you have to fear is not reading this review for Fear Itself #1!
Hi, I’m Stephen, and I have an iPad. Owning such a wondrous device affords me the pleasure of having a veritable library of new and old comics at my finger tips at a moments notice. This week also marked the release of Marvel’s day and date issue of Invincible Iron Man Annual #1 in both electronic and physical form. Was the experiment worth it?
In this issue: This is has Mark Twain and Nikola Tesla trying to achieve world peace by kicking the crap out of Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan… what else do you want? Oh, we’ve got Spider-Man 4, Buffy/Angel, and Brightest Day talk too, if you are really into that thing, but really, it’s all about science. SCIENCE! [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_168.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!