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Fear Itself: Dracula (Fear Itself)

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As the possessed, power-enhanced Hulk wreaks havoc through the countryside, only one group stands between him and untold destruction: The Vampire Nation! Dracula gathers the newly-united vampire legions to stop the unstoppable, but as volley after volley fails, it appears their only hope may be a mysterious stranger from Dracula's past. Marvel craftsman Victor Gischler and ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published April 4th 2012 by Marvel
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Dec 08, 2014 Jeff rated it 2 of 5 stars
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Hulk Vs. Vampires

That’s it in a nutshell.


Now you don’t have to read it.

You’re welcome.



Here’s a synopsis, Anne, so it can be considered a "real" review.

Hulk has been deemed one of the “Worthy” by Odin’s evil brother and consequently been given a hammer that makes him indestructible as he spreads fear everywhere he goes. It seems that Thor rope-a-doped him in New York City and sent him flying to the Carpathian Mountains where Dracula and his non-fey-non-emo-non-sparkly vampire
At one point, most likely due to the success of Twilight, Marvel wanted to start pushing their vampire characters. the main focus was on Dracula, who had his own one shot (where he died?!?) and then played a major part of a Vampires Vs X-men event (where he was brought back to life).
They put a lot of work into this push. they made a vampire mythology that had different vampire Clans, each with their own design and they brought in a novelist named Victor Gischler.
This book, to me, is just like
Pat Sul
my comic reading habit has become chaotic over the last few years - mostly confined to what i can find in the library. often this means that big crossovers are only ever partially read.
this is the case with 'fear itself'.

i have no idea what is going on.
not that it matters to this story, as take away the hammer fueled hulk and you still have a rampaging hulk story.
i liked the conceit of the vampire nation - even if it meant a large nod to 'underworld' and a move away from the opera cloak wear
The vampires try to stop the Hammer wielding Hulk. They realise that they're not all powerful. There's a nice introduction to vampires who don't kill humans. An ok read.
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