As the effects of The Serpent spread among the populace, Speedball is in the most hostile territory imaginable…Stamford, Connecticut, whose people blame him for six hundred deaths. And it’s about to get worse, as he must go up against one of the Serpent’s elite vanguard alone! Jimmy Woo’s journey to uncover an international conspiracy takes him and the Agents of Atlas to Europe and a descent into universal intrigue where if the voyage doesn’t kill them, what they find there will! More explosive and heart-wrenching tales from across the globe as the entire Marvel Universe quakes from Fear Itself!

Story by Christos Gage, Peter Milligan, Howard Chaykin & Corinna Bechko
Art by Mike Mayhew, Elia Bonetti, Howard Chaykin & Lelio Bonaccorso
Colors by Rain Beredo, John Rauch, Edgar Delgado & Brian Reber
Letters by Dave Lanphear & Troy Peteri
Cover by Marko Djurdjevic

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  1. wasint going to pick this up but with it being a light week for me might aswell

  2. Better than it has any right to be. Certainly better than any other Marvel “Front Line” book.

  3. I like the stories in this but some of the art turns me off.  For some reason the facial expressions in the speedball story just seem completely unrelated to the plot (other then the expressions the art does look great).  And in the Liz Allan story the eyes just look weird and some of the people seem to look more like skrulls then humans to me.

    I am totally loving the agents of atlas story though, I think I like its depictions of the fear it self events more then the ones in the main Fear Itself series.

  4. I thought the Siege Frontline or Homefront or whatever was really good as well!

    I am loving the Speedball story. I also loved the Liz Allan one(it took place in New Brunswick, NJ. REPRESENT!).

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