Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #3
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Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #3

Event\Storyline: Fear Itself Writer: Brandon Montclare Artist: Michael Kaluta Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 17, 2011 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
5.5Critic Rating
5.5User Rating

FEAR ITSELF TIE-IN! WHAT'S OLD IS NEW AGAIN! The fan-favorite New Fantastic Four team-up of Spider-Man, Wolverine, Hulk and Ghost Rider emerge from the shadows! Where did these flashes of the super-hero past come from? Only the Psycho-Man knows! With Man-Thing counting down to a full-scale meltdown, and ever more frightful characters converging on the living time bomb, how can the Fearsome Four stop the madness?? Plus, our guest artist spotlights on this oddball team continue with Eagle Award winner Henry Flint showing us just how sensational She-Hulk can be!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 19, 2011

    While this is a Fear Itself tie-in, Fearsome Four fares a little better than most. Primarily it's a group of Defenders battling the Psycho-Man. Man-Thing has also altered reality and pulled in the temporary Fantastic Four: Wolverine, Spider-Man, Hulk and Ghost Rider. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Aug 17, 2011

    The art also falters this month, which is disappointing considering the eclectic blend of horror-induced visuals on tap last month. This issue merely offers a mishmash of flat, unengaging panels from several pencilers. Looking at both the art and the writing, the series isn't doing a very good job of capitalizing on its potential. Is there still room in the final issue to turn that around? Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    cxPulp - Blake Petit Aug 23, 2011

    The big plus is the fact that we've only got two art teams this issue, instead of four, and unlike previous issues the changes in style isn't dramatic enough to be distracting. Trouble is, the art isn't especially great either, even with Tom Grummett handling layouts for the first half of the book. On the plus side, at least Howard is sporting his classic look again instead of the hideous redesign from a few years ago, which he was sporting in issue one. I was hoping this series would give us the lighter side of Fear Itself, but with one issue to go, it's been nothing but a convoluted mess. Read Full Review

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