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“Liveblogging” Fear Itself #1

NOTE: You should have the issue in front of you or you should have already have read it. There will be some spoilers, but not a lot of detail about the story or the artwork. This post is a collection of my thoughts as I read the issue for the first time. There may be some tangents, but if you are a listener of the Comic Book Noise podcast, then you already know what to expect.

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Cover: I had to get the only copy they had, which was the blank variant cover. I have always thought these things were a scam of some sort, but if I ever go to a convention (or hang around someone like Ryan Stegman, who is from this area) then I might get a sketch. Might.

Page One: I usually don’t like pages that don’t move the story along in some way and this isn’t an exception. I get that they want to establish that the story takes place in New York City, but this is Marvel, 99% of their stories take place in New York City.  I was a bit surprised to see Matt Fraction writing this. I haven’t been following a lot of Marvel’s behind the scenes stuff, but this is the first major event that didn’t involve Bendis, Millar, Romita Jr, or Yu in quite a while. However, Laura Martin and Chris Eliopoulos are involved and one or the other always seems to be in the credits of the major events.

Pages Two and Three: Already with the double page spreads? This is a trend from the 00s that I wish both major companies would get away from. Yeah it looks nice, but they also make the reading experience a little shorter. That said, the art team establishes from the beginning that they all brought their A+ game. 

I’m not sure what’s going on in the story yet, but it looks like the “WTC Mosque” protests. However, since this is the Marvel U, it could have something to do with a bunch of other things. My first thought was it was where World War Hulk started, but then I remember that WWH started in that intersection with all the billboards (Times Square?) and ads for the US Army.

One thing’s for certain, Steve Rogers starts out like an insufferable prick already.

Page Four: Pay close attention to the coloring on this page. There’s a reason why Laura Martin usually gets called for the big events and this is a good example why.

Page Five: OK, let me gets this straight. Sharon (I’m assuming this is Sharon Carter) says the whole situation feels like a riot. Rogers says “No”, then waits until a riot starts before he says “There’s your riot.” Like he was right all along. Damn, he still bugs me after all these years.

I also want to point out how good the horse images look on these two pages.

Page Six: Probably my favorite page of a Marvel book since early 2006. Rogers is being an asshole, as usual, and ends up getting clocked with a brick. I laughed out loud. And his line about being “Anti-Riot” is a bit hypocritical when you actually pay attention to what happened. A dude threw a water bottle, which missed a mounted policeman, and the police responded by firing tear gas into the crowd. The officer barely missed a guy. So what does Rogers do? He starts grabbing civilians by the collar and hoisting them into the air. IF he was truly Anti-Riot, wouldn’t he have done something besides make the matter worse?

Page Seven: How does the leader of all the super-heroes respond to getting hit in the head with a brick during a riot in of the largest cities in the world? He stands there, saying nothing. Nice leadership, jackass. He is standing right near an unarmed woman who is punching a police officer who is helmeted and in riot gear. She knocks the police officer backwards with one punch. Why the hell isn’t he trying to put her in tights and signing her up to Avengers Academy? Nice talent evaluation, jackass.

Page Eight: I don’t know how the bad guys of the Marvel Universe ever lose. They always seem to be able to do things like build large secret fortresses in places like Antarctica or the Amazon Rainforest. I mean, wouldn’t somebody have been able to figure out that the Nazis (in this case) were moving a lot of materials and personnel to the middle of nowhere? I understand why comic book writers do stuff like this, because large secret fortresses in the middle of nowhere are actually pretty cool, but c’mon…

Page Nine: Really cool invasion page. Funny line about librarians. Made even funnier by the fact that I originally read it as libertarians.

Page Ten: Oh damn, all this time I thought that was the Son of The Red Skull, but it was actually his daughter. I’m beginning to think they should have used caption boxes to tell us who the important characters are in this story.

Page Eleven: Another magic hammer? Like Thor’s and Beta Ray Bill’s? Since no one could lift it, did they build the fortress around the hammer? If so, how did they put the floor down?

Page Twelve: Skadi? Is this a new character or is this someone who has been connected to Thor in the past? Also, I like the vanishing dialog.

Page Thirteen: Cool image, but the way she’s holding the hammer looks a little awkward. Maybe it’s because she’s left handed.

Page Fourteen and Fifteen: Another double page spread. More douchebaggery from Rogers, who just wants to punch something. When it turns out that people are mad, he’s disappointed that they were taken over by some external force. At least Tony Stark comes up with a plan. Although I have to wonder how building a new Asgardian city is going to help the economy. Construction jobs in the Marvel Universe should be pretty stable.

Superhero civil wars, alien invasions and regular old superhero/supervillain battles should keep the construction industry pretty flush. Lots of collateral damage to cars should keep the auto repair business going. A lot of people would rather have new cars when their old ones get trashed, so the auto industry would be good. The only ones who MIGHT have a problem would be the insurance industry, but I wouldn’t worry about them, it has been my experience that insurance companies always make their money.

By the way, who is the dude in the black and white original Captain Mar-Vell looking suit? And why is The Hulk hanging out with Wolverine? Don’t they hate each other?

Page Sixteen: Hey, does that dude have a THOOM hat? I want one.

Page Seventeen: OK I see how being a part of the Marvel Universe hasn’t worked out for this one dude, but are we supposed to believe that the events of Siege have affected the entire nation? Also, for an issue with a riot, an invasion and the introduction of a new villain, there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of action in it. Maybe that’s what I get for stopping at the end of each page to type out my thoughts.

Page Eighteen and Nineteen:  Another double page spread. Look, they either need to give Jessica Jones a recognizable costume or have her wear a nametag, it makes no sense for her to ALWAYS be dragging her baby with her everywhere she goes. And why is J Jonah Jameson on the stage with the superheroes?

Page Twenty: Just great, The Watcher has shown up. That either means there will be a  cosmos shattering event that will shake the very foundations of reality. OR, Uatu has nothing better to do than hang out on Earth. He showed up during Civil War and that wasn’t really a major event-universe wise. Sure it was major in the Marvel line up comic books, but inside of the Marvel Universe itself, there have been bigger cosmic events and Uatu wasn’t around.

Page Twenty One: If Odin really wanted to get a rise out of Uatu, he shouldn’t have called him a coward, he should have asked how his jaw felt after Red Hulk made him his bitch. That’s what I would have done.

Page Twenty Two: I love how Odin has called The Avengers ‘The Dead’ (I am assuming due to their short life span) and ‘ridiculously attired apes’. Odin has died more times than all of the Avengers combined. Hell, I’m actually surprised he isn’t dead now. AND he should look in the mirror some times, he’s wearing shiny pants, a torn loincloth., a huge belt buckle with his initial on it, and a fur collared cape that drags on the ground. Thor was right to call him a jealous hater.

Page Twenty Three: As ridiculous as he dresses, Odin is still pretty bad ass. He broke Thor’s grip on his wrist and gave him a one handed choke slam, in one fluid motion. However when he walked away, Odin should have called Thor a little bitch.

Page Twenty Four and Twenty Five: Another double page spread. I read this sequence twice before it occurred to me that Skadi looks like a female Monitor (from DC). Pretty cool dragons in the last panel. I assume that Immonen made this a double pager so that he could draw the dragons as this huge deal. I’m no artist, but I think it would have worked better if the the approach to the area was one regular page and the dragons were on a full page panel. I couldn’t do anything close to what he did, but I think the full page panel would have given the dragons a much more majestic feel.

Page Twenty Five: Cool sequence. It gives a sense of how powerful Skadi is. This is a lot more effective than her saying how powerful she is, or showing how scared of her Odin seems to be. Even without knowing how tough the dragons really are, you know she has to be powerful because they are dragons and dragons are very infrequently shown to be pushovers.

Page Twenty Six: The thing with the hammer is bugging me. She’s left handed, but she keeps wielding it like a righty. I find it hard to believe that Immonen didn’t catch that, but then again he keeps doing this weird thing with Iron Man’s faceplate.

Page Twenty Seven: I don’t really have any comments about this page. I feel bad about that. I’m sure it took the art team a while to do and I just look over it in a matter of seconds and don’t say anything about it.

Page Twenty Eight: Which All-Father is this? He dresses like Taskmaster without the mask. Is this the real Odin?

Page Twenty Nine: This page has a lot less going on than Page 27, but for some reason I like it a little better. The ruins of Asgard look pretty cool and that green thing doesn’t look like billows of smoke, like it did earlier in the book. So Taskmaster All-Father is The Serpent?

Page Thirty and Thirty One: Another double page spread. The rest of the Asgardian characters we know and love make cameos, with the exception of Volstagg and Heimdall, who get speaking roles. And I don’t think that was JJJ I had seen earlier, I’m pretty sure it was Doctor Strange, former (?) Sorcerer Supreme.

Page Thirty Two: Now THAT’S how you pimp smack an Asgardian.

Page Thirty Three: Two page spread. Again. Loved how Odin handled his son. However, when they had their run-in earlier, I got a Cosby Show vibe: I brought you into this world, and I’ll take you out. However, I’m not really surprised at this development, because if you think back to why Thor was on Earth in the first place, it was because he kept butting heads with the old man. I get the feeling that Matt Fraction’s son might be getting to the age where he isn’t listening as much as he used to. Been there.

Page Thirty Four and Thirty Five: Yet another two page spread. Have you ever been to another family’s place for a gathering and a bunch of family shit pops up, making everybody who doesn’t live there feel awkward? That’s what this was like. I have a question though: What the hell did Rogers think he was going to do, besides sit his ass back down and have a tall glass of Shut Up Juice?

Page Thirty Six: I like the way Fandral summed it all up for Rogers. And I thought it was appropriate that Volstagg and Hogun were the ones to drag Thor off.

Page Thirty Seven: Why did it take Odin so long to fix Asgard? Appreciation for the hospitality for Earth who took them in is one thing, but he didn’t want to be there and obviously didn’t have to be there. So why did he hang out until the Serpent All-Father showed up? It actually makes him look like a little bitch for running away when he did. But, beautiful page.

Page Thirty Eight: This page is really understated and subtle. You get the walking on water images, but in addition to that, you get a father and daughter (and dragon) taking a leisurely walk. I can’t really explain it, but what the art team did here is really cool.

Page Thirty Nine: This is one of those pages that I read and think “Things are about to pick up.”

Page Forty: I was pretty happy when I saw that Fraction was going to use locations outside of the US, but I have to admit I was a bit disappointed when I saw that one of the bogeys was headed towards Manhattan.

Page Forty One: A much different father-son scene. I was a bit surprised to see that out of the two seemingly throwaway characters from earlier, they chose to bring back the fat guy. That’s almost a refreshing change of pace. There was a line back on page 18 about making sure doors were locked that seemed a bit tacked on, but there is a callback to it on this page.

Page Forty Two: Why is Spider-Man portrayed like a complete and utter idiot some times? I know it was a set up line so that Rogers could look pensive, but really now. I expect more from you, Mr. Fraction.

Overall thoughts:  I don’t know what it has to do with fear, but it was a pretty good issue. It was good enough so that I didn’t feel like I wasted my money, but it wasn’t close to good enough for me to go out and buy any more single issues or look for any crossover pieces. It was jus good enough for me to want to get the trade when it eventually comes out. Since this is a major event, I know it will be collected and I don’t have the urge to do anything but wait.

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The Incredible Hulkcast Episode 5

Sound issues last month and Skype trouble this month can’t keep the boys from bringing you the latest Hulk news and reviews. Ryan and Luke review Realm of Kings: Son of Hulk #1, Incredible Hulk #607, Hulk #20, and Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk #2. And because you asked (or because they felt like it), they also tell you who they each think are the top five Hulk artists of all time. Enjoy the show? Drop us an e-mail, a Twitter, or visit our forums!

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Incredible Hulkcast Episode 4

It’s a new month and Ryan and Luke are back with more gamma-irradiated goodness. They give their review of the Planet Hulk DVD, then cover Incredible Hulk 606, Hulk 19, and Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk #1, finishing things off with the Hulk Visionaries: Peter David vol. 7 TPB. Like what you hear? Drop us an email or visit our forums!

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Geek Brunch 99 – Mashed Potatoes with Red Chili

The gang is back after a long hiatus. Mike Myers, Luke Foster and Ryan King talk about Criminal Sinners, Marvel The List books, Deadpool, Shang-Chi, Green Arrow/Black Canary, Booster Gold, I Kill Giants, Hulk Books, Son of Hulk, Skaar, Guardians of the Galaxy, War of Kings, Nova, Scalped, Unknown Soldier, Marvel 2099, Judgment Day and a special Hulk announcement. We discuss top Christmas shows, Monk, The Office, White Collar, Lost, some movie talk and lots of food. Eric Martin, we love you and miss you very much.

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Geek Brunch Episode 94 – Don’t Put A Plastic Bag Over Your Head

Mike is joined by his friends Micah (DoWhat?) and Ryan (HulkSmash) to discuss why Reed Richards is so buff, why the Avengers are so Mighty, what’s happening with the Muppets, can Bruce Banner kick some ass or what, why you should be reading 1001 Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad, share their love for Ragdoll, what is so Radical about Hercules, why the Ultimate books are so Ultimate, their love for Fred Van Lente, how to enter Utopia and much much more. The guys also discuss how to get ALIENS out of your ATTIC, how to use vanilla Extract, and does anyone use Whiteout anymore?, Samuel L. Jackson says get these mother F#$$ing neighbors out of the mother F@#$ing neighborhood, Micah talks some Anime, and Ryan gives his reviews of some chick flicks. Then off to TV where we discuss Muppet Babies, Mad Men, Smallville, and Claire Danes (My So Called Life). Then for food we discuss wings, Japanese restaurants, how to eat at Disney World, and Hello Kitty Pancakes. Enjoy!

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Marvel Noise Episode 89

A segment from Steve and a call from Rick add some power to an episode that starts off with talk about Dead of Night: Devil Slayer.

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Just Wondering Something…

Why is there no podcast devoted to The Incredible Hulk? The guy has been able to sustain hundreds of comic book issues, several dozen miniseries and trades, a couple of television shows and two major studio films, but no one has thought to do a podcast talking about him? The closest thing that I know about was the  series of World War Hulk shows that I hosted with Tim Terrell a few years ago. Since then, nothing.

If it is a case of not knowing (or wanting to know) how to deal with RSS Feeds, uploading, maintaining a forum, website administration or all the rest of the rigmarole, then I would be more than happy to host the show on The ReaderFeed until the host got their feet wet enough to go off on their own.

The ReaderFeed shows have been gaining a bit of notoriety. Matt Kramer’s The Shade’s Journal got him a mention in the latest Starman Omnibus and Welcome To Heavenside’s Damian Smith was recently featured on Avatar Press’s website. I’m sure that a lot of that has to do with the fact that they are the only podcasts devoted to those subjects.

If somebody else doesn’t jump on this, then I might have to go out and start buying up some Incredible Hulk books and do it myself. Or maybe I should just start with some miniseries from the past then take it from there.

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Comic Book Noise 155: The Best of 2008, Part Two

Host Derek Coward finishes his look at the best of 2008 by talking about the titles that he has heard good things about but has never checked out yet, best miniseries that didn’t finish in 2008, best #1 comics of 2008 and the best graphic novels.

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* The Twelve
* Love and Rockets: New Stories #1
* Madame Xanadu #1
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* Locke & Key
Kick-Ass
* Man With No Name
* Queen and Country Definitive Edition
* Noble Causes Archives
* The Walking Dead, Vol. 8: Made to Suffer
* Hellblazer: The Laughing Magician

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Comic Book Noise 148: Hate vs Disappointment

Host Derek Coward explains why being disenfranchisement and disappointment is not the same as hate. To make his point, he mentions Batman, Superman, Captain Marvel, Prime, dating a female bodybuilder, Batman: Prodigal, Az-bats, Batman: RIP, dead Steve Rogers, dead Superman, blonde Wonder Woman, black Iron Man, gray Hulk, puzzle pieces, taking the audience for granted, podcast recipes, scripted material and stilted dialog versus satisfying spontaneity, referencing the hidden past, real competition, what are you buying this week, expanding pull lists, Andrew Kreisberg and Helen Killer, a sixty percent failure rate, Invasion, Animal Man, Doom Patrol and why lean does not mean sickly.

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