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That's a bit more like it, Spencer! 0

FINALLY, after 5 so-so issues of Iron Man 2.0 and a few likewise so-so issues of Secret Avengers; FINALLY Nick Spencer has turned out a script for Marvel that shows off some of his promise and strong character-creation voice from his indie work!  It's taken about six months, but here, finally, faith in Nick Spencer from his strong work on T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents and Morning Glories pays off at Marvel.  In this one-off Fear Itself tie-in, Valkyrie receives the spotlight as the story shifts back and...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

WOW I had no idea the U.S Army let this idiots in. 0

Secret Avengers #14.  The Story: Valkyrie joins an army regiment in order to help them fight the nazi mech's.  The Good: What I liked the most about this issue is that we are given Valkyrie background and we see that she may be tough on the outside and she says she never needs men but she did lose a loved one and seeing her yelling at Odin, telling him that we should honor the dead is simply badass. And I still love Eaton art.  The Bad: I found it was interesting that we would follow these soldi...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Valkyrie shows she brave and has a heart. 0

Secret Avengers #14 So here is the 2nd issue of Secret Avengers that serves as a tie-in for Fear itself. UMM I really don't have anything to say before this review but......oh whatever I hope you all enjoy! This issue revolves around two things. The first being this relationship between a man and a woman working with this like the air forces and the army. The other part to this issue is how their relationship affects Valkyrie and it reminds her of her past. The man dies in battle and the woman w...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

An Origin Issue 0

The latest issue of Secret Avengers is again a tie-in with the massive Fear Itself event.  This time we turn our focus on the Asgardian warrior woman Brunhilde as she is spotlighted.  Long story short, this is basically an origin issue for her and Fear Itself mostly takes a backseat.  The Good My highest compliment for this issue goes towards the art.  It was beautifully drawn by Scot Eaton and had an amazing cover by Adi Granov.  While this wasn't a horrible story, to me Valkyrie's origin at th...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The end of all we love 0

To call this the best story thus far in the series without Steve mostly headlining it does not say as much, seeing as this is the second of two in a row, but this story succeeds on numerous fronts.  From the introduction of two new characters and in light of the events transpiring it is obvious that something is going to occur involving one of the tow of them (or both) and as the story unfolds it becomes clear in which direction this is going, but it also does so with an interesting story format...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

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