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by Andy Lanning,Brad Walker,Tim Seeley,Kyle Hotz,Dan Abnett

ePub Fear Itself: Heroes for Hire download
Author:
Andy Lanning,Brad Walker,Tim Seeley,Kyle Hotz,Dan Abnett
ISBN13:
978-0785157953
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0785157956
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Marvel (February 15, 2012)
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by Dan Abnett (Author), Andy Lanning (Author), Brad Walker (Illustrator), Robert Atkins (Illustrator), Tim Seeley (Illustrator), Kyle Hotz . Only 3 left in stock (more on the way)

by Dan Abnett (Author), Andy Lanning (Author), Brad Walker (Illustrator), Robert Atkins (Illustrator), Tim Seeley (Illustrator), Kyle Hotz (Illustrator), Renato Arlem (Illustrator) & 4 more. Only 3 left in stock (more on the way).

Collects Heroes for Hire (2011)  . Start by marking Fear Itself: Heroes For Hire as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Writer: Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning Artist: Kyle Hotz, Tim Seeley, Brad Walker Publisher: Marvel .

not to mention the new threat known simply as Monster! Faced with their secret nightmares, can Misty's crew dig deep - or is their new operation already over? more.

Collects/Reprints 18 Issues. Heroes For Hire Heroes For Hire Vol. 3 (2010 - 2011). FEAR ITSELF TIE-IN Manhattan's in flames and while some of the Heroes For Hire fight to control the apocalyptic situation, others are fighting each other at the command of a threat they-and you-never saw coming! Heroes For Hire Heroes For Hire Vol.

Plus: the Heroes For Hire go t. .the Jersey Shore? With the trade in the Atlantean narcotic Hook running wild, it's time for Misty Knight to shut it down with a lean and mean handpicked squad that includes Moon Knight and aquatic expert Stingray! Collecting HEROES FOR HIRE (2011)

Plus: the Heroes For Hire go t.the Jersey Shore? With the trade in the Atlantean narcotic Hook running wild, it's time for Misty Knight to shut it down with a lean and mean handpicked squad that includes Moon Knight and aquatic expert Stingray! Collecting HEROES FOR HIRE (2011)

Art by BRAD WALKER, ROBERT ATKINS, TIM SEELEY, KYLE HOTZ, and Renato Arlem. Hello hero, are you for hire?" With those words, Misty Knight enlists streetwise vigilantes to tackle the jobs no other super-team will.

Art by BRAD WALKER, ROBERT ATKINS, TIM SEELEY, KYLE HOTZ, and Renato Arlem. When she calls, people listen - including Falcon, Black Widow, Ghost Rider, Silver Sable, Moon Knight and Paladin! But while Misty takes control, the Puppet Master might be pulling strings of his own. Can Iron Fist and Punisher help her uncover the truth?

Freed from the Puppet Master's malevolent mind control, former detective and current superhuman handler Misty Knight sets out to restore Heroes for Hire's reputation - and her newest recruit is none other than Spider-Man But when Spidey fi nds himself at odds with Batroc the Leaper, a powered-up Scorpion and some Savage Land dinos, Misty, the sureshooting Paladin and the.

Kyle Hotz is an American comic book artist and writer. Hotz's work has appeared in series published by Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Dark Horse Comics. Hotz graduated with a bachelor's degree in fine arts in 1993

Kyle Hotz is an American comic book artist and writer. Hotz graduated with a bachelor's degree in fine arts in 1993. While still in the final year he started working as a comic book artist on horror titles such as Slash and Cold Blooded

Author Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning. Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning. Brad Walker, Robert Atkins, Tim Seeley, Kyle Hotz, Renato Arlem.

Author Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning. Illustrator Brad Walker, Robert Atkins, Tim Seeley, Kyle Hotz, Renato Arlem.

Writers: Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Penciller: Kyle Hotz. Colourist: Jay David Ramos. Now tying into the Fear Itself mini-series, Misty Knight’s band of mercenaries are doing what they can to protect the streets and not lose their payment. It’s surely very admirable.

Spider-Man ... for hire? With Paladin in deep trouble, Misty Knight's operation only has one agent in the streets: Spider-Man! But the wise-cracking wall-crawler is up to his neck in trouble with the all-new, all-deadly Scorpion! Who else can Misty deploy? And what other shocks can she reveal about the lies upon which the Heroes outfi t was built? Then, as the terror of Fear itself engulfs the streets, our underdog operatives fight just to keep the city together - and that means Misty Knight must recruit some very unlikely agents! Just who is for hire tonight? Would you believe elektra, Shroud and Gargoyle? Plus: the Heroes For Hire go to...the Jersey Shore? With the trade in the Atlantean narcotic Hook running wild, it's time for Misty Knight to shut it down with a lean and mean handpicked squad that includes Moon Knight and aquatic expert Stingray! COLLECTING: HEROES FOR HIRE (2011) 6-12
  • excellent book

  • The conceit of this book is a fun one: mix street level heroes/ mercs into a business deal where a handler can direct them on missions to take down bad guys.  They opt to get paid and play, or not.  I think I’d like to see more of that dynamic, like having the handler (Misty Knight, who refers to herself as “control”) having to argue a lot and in different ways with someone like Moon Knight to get them to go along with her mission op.  In this collection which spans issues 6-12 you have four stories: Spidey and Paladin team up and fight Batroc zee leepayre and Paladin doesn’t like Spidey; the “Fear Itself” crossover portion with only a brief encounter with a possessed Ben Grimm/ The Thing, the real story on this one is of a man who is turned into a Monster who becomes whatever someone fears and it beats up Paladin and Gargoyle (remember him from the old Defenders series?); the Shroud and Elektra responding to the Raft breakout and being confronted by Killgrave/ The Purple Man; and finally a mish-mosh of splash pages featuring different heroes who are helping break up a drug trafficking ring.  It’s all fun and fast adventuring and action but it also feels a bit like having the hiccups as the stories don’t feel like they connect really well (though they do connect).  3.5 stars.

  • I wanted to like “Heroes for Hire: Fear Itself”. It had a lot of characters, some of which were favorites of mine back when I was a regular comics reader. The art was nice, both in terms of the characters and scenery of each drawing PLUS the way the panels drew you from one to the next.

    I wanted to like it. But I couldn't. There were far too many holes for me to enjoy it. (Possible spoiler follow.) Spider-Man discovers himself trapped in an arena, entertaining assorted low-life in a fight against an enhanced Scorpion and some dinosaurs smuggled into New York City from the Savage Land.
    Question: What were all these people planning on watching if Spider-Man hadn't blundered in? Was the Scorpion originally supposed to fight the dinosaurs? Was there another character in a holding cell who would have been thrown into the fire?
    Question: What caused that kind of transformation to Ben Grimm? Why him? How long had he been rampaging before the heroes stumbled upon him?
    Question: How did all of the heroes contacted by Misty Knight manage to just happen to have a telecommunications device? Had she done a pre-rercruitment in advance? Do all heroes carry such a device nowadays?
    Question: … ah, you get the point.

    This would have been an enjoyable book if only it hadn't left me with so many questions!

    RATING: 2 1/2 stars, rounded down to 2 stars.

  • Firstly, I bought this book for the wrong reason.I wanted to collect all the tie-ins to "Fear itself" , including "Fear itself". (Big mistake, right?). The "Fear Itself" book turned out to be one of THE worst books ever but this book, well, it was pretty entertaining! I found this series to have quite a few interesting characters. Spider-man is there in a few issues in this collection and the writers have got his charcter perfect , along with his ever-popular witty banter. I hope sometime in the future Abnett and Lanning get to write Spider-Man! That would be really neat!
    After the first volume of this series, the reputation of the "Heroes for Hire" agency is completely tarnished and Misty Knight, the in-charge of the agency is trying to get it back in business, with the help of the only staff-member Paladin. And as the story proceeds, she takes the help of a few heroes, by "hiring" them, for each mission.
    The relation of this collection with "Fear-itself" is not that great but the good thing is the introduction of a new villain. This character seems to have a great potential for future storylines. Not only for "Heroes for hire" but for other marvel series also.
    This book, inspite of NOT being one of Marvel's flagship title, is still pretty decent. In fact, I'm going to pick up the first volume ("Heroes for Hire:Control") immediately! And will be patiently waiting for the future collected-editions of this series!
    I wanted to give this three and a half stars but then...it's too good to give only three stars :)

  • not really about the fear itself main plot just a tie in as wee the heroes for hire working together Freed from the Puppet Master's malevolent mind control, former detective and current superhuman handler Misty Knight sets out to restore Heroes for Hire's reputation - and her newest recruit is none other than Spider-Man! But when Spidey fi nds himself at odds with Batroc the Leaper, a powered-up Scorpion and some Savage Land dinos, Misty, the sureshooting Paladin and the supernatural Satana will have to save the web-slinging superstar before he becomes the lizards' lunch! Then, the Heroes for Hire - joined by the eclectic trio of Elektra, Shroud and Gargoyle - are caught in the grip of Fear Itself as they confront the hammer-wielding, deity-possessed Thing on Yancy Street...not to mention the new threat known simply as Monster! Faced with their secret nightmares, can Misty's crew dig deep - or is their new operation already over