Monday, March 26, 2012

Fear Itself: The Fearless #11

Huh, it looks like we're almost finished with this series, meaning the final piece of Fear Itself still floating around Marvel has almost come to an end. That's good, seeing as that next week Marvel's NEXT crossover event gets started!!

Fear Itself: The Fearless #11(of 12):

Summary: So Sin has transferred her mind into a Destroyer-like suit of armor that was wielding all of the Serpent's hammers... Needless to say, that's a bad thing, as Sin smacks around all of the Avengers and Defenders. Valkyrie actually manages to slightly hurt Sin with her sword, at which time Sin and her cronies(including the currently VERY evil Daimon Hellstorm) leave the area to head to a more populated area, hoping to cause the greatest damage. The heroes head off to go after her, except for Dr. Strange, who is met by Crossbones. It seems Sin never told Crossbones what her true endgame was here(destroying the Earth), which annoyed Crossbones since he was all about “bustin' heads and raisin' hell”, not the end of the world. Crossbones hands Strange a bunch of the magic scrolls Sin had used to animate her Destroyer armor, with the hope being Strange could undo want Sin had done. From there we head to Charleston, South Carolina(weird...) where Sin and her forces are running amok. The heroes arrive and engage them, with Valkyrie telling the heroes to run interference so she could deal with Sin. Unfortunately for Valkyrie and the heroes, Valkyrie flies too close to Sin and gets her neck broken, ending this issue.

Thoughts: Eh. This issue was okay, but I'm kind of over this series at this point. It doesn't seem like there's going to be any major ramifications here... Strange will probably put Sin back in her own body, and Valkyrie will probably come back to life(seeing as that she's on the Secret Avengers)... If anything, the only real change will be to Daimon Hellstrom, unless(and I REALLY hope this is the case) he was actually a planning on betraying Sin all along, and does just that next issue. In the end though, I'll be happy to see this series end next issue. It started off strong, but it kind of petered out at the end.

Score: 6 1/2 out of 10.
fear itself the fearless #11
In this issue Daimon Hellstrom is currently: VERY Evil.

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