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    Reviews - Fear Itself: The Home Front - #1

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The obligatory anthology series to accompany the EVENT is here and this first issue was no great shakes. - colten97
What I want out of an anthology is just ONE stellar story and I didn’t get it in this issue. There was nothing “bad” about this issue, but nothing that screams…..”You MUST buy this series!” It looks like the format will include a seven part story of Speedball trying to atone for his part in sparking the Superhero Civil War and coming into conflict with the surviving citizenry, so if you’re into Speedball, this might be worth checking out. Why does Speedball have to be central to every Event? Other reasons to check this out: There is an Agents of Atlas story and a story illustrated by Pepe Larraz. But, it seems like every issue of this, you could flip it open in the store and see if you care about those stories or creators and make your purchase story based on that alone.




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