If you're a nay-sayer about company crossovers, I don't blame you. A lot of them are there just to get something out there and grab new readers from one company to another. I won't say Fusion isn't one of those miniseries, but it’s a fun read if you're fan of either one of these companies. I think you get the chance to see a great 'what if' story with a pretty impressive creative team. I think one of the best things about this issue is the price point - $2.99. Really. In the current price increases in comics, you can get this 22-page story for $2.99 and see a lot of great characters. Well worth it. Read Full Review
If you just sort of roll with it, Fusion #1 works in its own unique way in that it harkens back to the '90s. It's mindless and gratuitous, but it's also quite a bit of fun. If you look at it from a critical perspective, it's sure to frustrate, confuse, and maybe even cause a few unintentional laughs. Yeahit's that kind of comic Read Full Review
In all, this story is disappointing. The two pages up front offer more promise than the paltry twenty pages can deliver. There may be hope for future issues, but Abnett and Lanning will be hard pressed to make the next two issues meaningful, offer a refined plot and competently introduce the remainder of the characters introduced on the early pages of this issue. Read Full Review
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