History Headscratchers / FearItself

28th Apr '16 1:30:09 PM Digifiend
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!!The [[ComicBook/FearItself comic book]]



** He was´t lying because the hammers pretty mucho turned them loyal to him, so maybe he was unaware of the enchantment vanishing after his death.

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** He was´t wasn't lying because the hammers pretty mucho much turned them loyal to him, so maybe he was unaware of the enchantment vanishing after his death.
9th Sep '15 4:56:14 PM nombretomado
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* Why didn't BetaRayBill appear? This isn't a complaint about missing out on a favorite character, either--Bill is at least as strong as Thor (if not technically stronger since he could beat Thor without Stormbreaker) and is his oath-brother. He should have at least been called in during Odin's attempted razing of Earth. I know he was appearing in ''Annihilators'' at the time, but shouldn't ''Fear Itself'' have overridden that? Plus, there was the potential for another Thor/Bill match-up.

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* Why didn't BetaRayBill ComicBook/BetaRayBill appear? This isn't a complaint about missing out on a favorite character, either--Bill is at least as strong as Thor (if not technically stronger since he could beat Thor without Stormbreaker) and is his oath-brother. He should have at least been called in during Odin's attempted razing of Earth. I know he was appearing in ''Annihilators'' at the time, but shouldn't ''Fear Itself'' have overridden that? Plus, there was the potential for another Thor/Bill match-up.
12th Jul '15 5:53:21 PM lorgskyegon
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** Odin is attempting to use the same plan he did the first time around, when Midgard was known as Aesheim - wipe out everyone to deny Cul the power he accumulates based on the fear of mortals. Odin is basically terrified of losing his son and it's causing him to think poorly.
19th Jun '15 5:10:55 PM 666metalupyourass
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**He was´t lying because the hammers pretty mucho turned them loyal to him, so maybe he was unaware of the enchantment vanishing after his death.
14th Aug '14 2:31:07 PM lorgskyegon
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** You see him transform in ''Journey into Mystery #629''.
13th Nov '13 3:35:58 PM LordXavius
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* Why the the Serpent suddenly grow a beard for a while before he switched to his younger black-haired (and beardless) appearance? It's not DependingOnTheArtist since it's all drawn by Immonen and not OffModel since it appears in more than one panel. Except for those panels he only ever has a mustache.

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* Why the did the Serpent suddenly grow a beard for a while before he switched to his younger black-haired (and beardless) appearance? It's not DependingOnTheArtist since it's all drawn by Immonen and not OffModel since it appears in more than one panel. Except for those panels he only ever has a mustache.
13th Nov '13 1:05:30 PM LordXavius
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* Why the the Serpent suddenly grow a beard for a while before he switched to his younger black-haired (and beardless) appearance? It's not DependingOnTheArtist since it's all drawn by Immonen and not OffModel since it appears in more than one panel. Except for those panels he only ever has a mustache.
29th Dec '12 10:45:32 AM astrakhan
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**** Loki was a kid at the time, so having his son be the villain would be a bit odd... but on the other hand, Thor (both the mythological figure and the superheroic version) has encountered much weirder things.
19th Dec '12 12:00:00 AM Tuomas
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*** Thematically, it would make a lot of sense if he was Jörmungandr, as he is about to destroy the world, and he and Thor are destined to kill each other, just like in the original Norse myths. But why make him a brother of Odin instead of the son of Loki then? Did they think wouldn't appear to be a big enough threat if he was "only" Thor's nephew (though that didn't stop Simonson from using him correctly), as if the readers couldn't comprehend that these are immortal gods, and even a nephew is ancient by human standards? They would've even had a perfectly good explanation for bringing him back, even though he was killed in Thor #380, since the previous Ragnarök cycle came to an end in the final issue of Thor Volume 1, and a new cycle started with the new volume, with all the dead gods coming back to life.
18th Dec '12 11:45:19 PM Tuomas
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** This is a bit of an art fail: when does he turn into a gigantic monster? He gains a ton of fear-power, then a few pages go by, and BOOM he's a giant snake. We couldn't get a few panels of him transforming? It's kind of a key moment.


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* This is a bit of an art fail: when does he turn into a gigantic monster? He gains a ton of fear-power, then a few pages go by, and BOOM he's a giant snake. We couldn't get a few panels of him transforming? It's kind of a key moment.
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