- Decent companion to The Siege #1 in terms of exploring the fall out of Soldier Field.
- Reading a comic book parody of Glenn Beck (his monologue and dialogue) was great because it showed how we shouldn’t take his words seriously.
- Volstagg is such a gentle naive soul.
- As I said for The Siege #1- a football stadium was blown up during a nationally televised game. Why don’t the characters show they care? Why isn’t this like 9/11 all over again? Is it because this happens all the time in the Marvel Universe? If so, why does Norman Osborn use this “special” attack as an excuse to declare war against Asgard. Why don’t I care about the people at the stadium? You would think this “front line” series would have had us experience the explosion at ground zero, but it didn’t.
- Why is Volstagg allowed to walk around by the military and police and super-heroes? Granted he’s a God, but the general public thinks he’s solely responsible for a terrorist attack.
- The Siege timeline as shown in this comic book seems off due to Brian Michael Bendis’ compressed storytelling in The Siege #1- the Dark Avengers had time to help out Soldier Field?
- Not a bunch of stuff actually happens in this issue.
January 2010 publish date
Joe Quesada, Editor in Chief
Overall Comic- 5
Writer Brian Reed- 6
Penciler Chris Samnee- 6
Editors: Tom Brevoort and Lauren Sankovitch- 5