Fear Itself #7.2

Event\Storyline: Fear Itself Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Adam Kubert Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 9, 2011 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
5.9Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Odin decides the final fate of Asgard…and it will never be the same. The heroes of the Nine Worlds bid farewell to one of their own. THOR NO MORE!

  • 9.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Nov 12, 2011

    Of the two issues (so far), the story gyrations here may not be easy to follow, but they're actually easier to accept than those in issue #7.1 (of that makes sense). I'm looking forward to seeing where Thor goes from here. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Matt Demers Nov 9, 2011

    This book felt good to read because it was not so somber that it took up too many pages to get a point across, nor did it pack it so full of action that the message of Thor's passing was lost. It was a good balancing act, like most comics are. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Nov 9, 2011

    The first 4/5's of this comic was quite good. The mood was perfect for the situation(somber) and all of the characters acted in the manner I'd expect them to. I liked Odin leaving to play brother's keeper for the rest of eternity, and I'm intrigued to see how things turn out in Asgard with Freyja and the other goddesses serving as the leaders. So everything is moving along smoothly, and then the Tanarus thing happens... Read Full Review

  • 1.0
    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Nov 10, 2011

    What makes "Fear Itself" #7.2 feel so empty and lacking in story is that its sole function is to introduce plot points that, should you pick up "The Mighty Thor" #8 or "Journey into Mystery" #631, will no doubt be recapped. The manner in which they're introduced here are not more interesting or entertaining than reading a two-sentence recap of what happened. That's the biggest failure of this comic: it's nothing more than 20 pages of epilogue that's really a two-sentence prologue for another story. "Stories end. Stories begin." None are actually told here. Read Full Review

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