and yet again it has two characters that make sense and one that doesn't. The other one had Gray Gargoyle, this one has Juggernaut. Why doesn't he make sense here? Well, we have Hercules and Loki, two mythological characters, and then we have a character who is more closely related to the X-Men (despite not actually being a mutant as some story revealed, a gem gives him power or something) than anyone else--although he has been doing a decent job as a Thunderbolt. I still have no clue what exactly "Fear Itself" is about.
Alpha Flight Announcement:
Apparently at the end of "Chaos War" the team of Alpha Flight was revived, so now we have this:
Some Thoughts On Solicitations:
Now the tie-ins for the new mega-event "Fear Itself" start to spring up. We have one for Spider-Man and another titled, "Youth In Revolt" that seems to pick up the currently unused characters from the old "Avengers: The Initiative" series as some sort of Federal team that has to fight against "Fear Itself", but because Marvel is being so coy about what exactly "Fear Itself" is about, we have no clue exactly what they are going up against. Isn't that just great.
Avengers Academy Giant-Size #1:
Captain America: First Vengeance #1:
Marvel Zombies Christmas Carol #1:
Deadpool Max #8 (of 12)
The main thing I noticed with this was that it indicated that Deadpool Max is only going for twelve issues. I don't recall that ever being listed before now as I thought it was another ongoing. Could Deadpool's popularity finally be waning to the point where he just has one ongoing series and the occasional one-shot?
Trouble By Mark Millar Premiere HC
There we go, that would be everything I thought about pointing out.