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This is the best App. I've ever used !!! I've used alot of them and they just seem they didn't block all the telemarketing calls I was getting. Well I just happened across this Application an thought I'd test this one before I would pay for one that was guaranteed to block telemarketers. And I even had my Wife , Children and Parents obtain this App. Should I Respond Application turn out unbelievable. It is Amazing. Don't waste your time with those other App's .I would recommend it to any and everyone !!!!
Hate apps like real caller that steal all your contacts. This application claims it doesn't. It hasn't blocked too a lot of spam calls yet, but I'm flagging those that come to me and hope the community grows. Interface is unobstrusive and application is simple to use.
Works to block suspicious numbers. I'm getting called everyday by survey companies & scammers - Now I don't even know the jerks have rung at all, because this application takes care of it for me. I can't afford to pay up for the application right now, but when I'm more flush you bet I will!
I loved the old application but there are problems with this fresh app. I don't mind having to set my default phone over to should I answer, however when I'm on a call and I slide my notification bar down to place the call on speaker or end the call that feature is not there. It's really annoying and a potential deal breaker.
Haven't had a single spam call go through and disturb me since I've installed it! It's the first application I've found able to identify spam calls before my phone rings. It also doesn't ask me a million questions every time I obtain a call like other apps out there. So far, I'm pleased.
Amazing user interface. First thing i did -- with the app's help, was to replace the native, default Phone application with Should I Respond phone app, but the application makes it so simple to switch. The fresh phone application adds spam-reporting capabilities, otherwise it's the same as the original. Second thing i did-- with app's help, was enter all the Spam calls that were saved in my phone's history. Took a small time doing one-by-one, but the application makes it easy; my contribution to the database of spamming scammers.
This application has been unbelievable for me! I have it set so that it rejects any call from any number not on my contact list. The unwanted calls have almost all stopped. I set it up the method that I did so that I would not have to listen to ringing from a bogus call-the call gets blocked and I don't have to deal with it. Amazing application that really works!
this fresh application is simply superb..i am soo happy to having blocked all of the robocalls that i used to obtain every hour. it was frustrating and installed this app. it has helped me to a amazing extent to block almost all unwanted calls. amazing job and thanks
Very nice Application as it filters oit most ofntue spam calls and a very nice feature to only let calls in your Contacts List. However, when i recieve a voicemail, an icon onmy status bar shows a voicemail and when i click this it tskes me to the homepage of Should I Respond and then the icon disappear. I then have to manually go to my contacts list, search voicemail, and dial the #. Please fix this glitch. thank you
The application prevents my phone from actually ringing however, it doesn't prevent the dialing party from successfully placing the call. All blocked calls are being placed from a non working number. Or thats the notice i obtain when reverse dialing the blocked number. The notifications are piling up as the calls still persist. Very annoying to say the least and wondering what satisfaction if any, the dialer is accomplishing.
Love this application , it blocks robo calls , telemarketers and more ! I place my phone to highest protection settings and it's been great, they give you a lot of options on what kind of numbers you wish blocked , The community rating is growing , the more people that sign on the better this application will be, it is free but i donated since better then any related paid application
Being someone who has just recently accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior, I had a lot of questions being that I was raised and mentored in a various faith. Strobel does an wonderful job of providing scholarly insight of... and in breaking down the barriers which... skeptics throw at me when debating the intellectual foundations of the Fresh Testament. I have owned this book for a short amount of time and already search myself returning to different sections in order to support me better understand and engage in discussions of faith.
I have amazing respect for this man and the journey he took to where he is now. I read his book on how he found Christ , saw the movie, and read this book on answers given by Lee Strobel. The book was indeed Mr. Strobel and the anwsers given where direct and what I believe truthful. He has a realilistic method of presenting his thoughts so we that read the book are able to understand him with nothing of confusion left for us to wonder able. It is to the point with no rabbit holes to obtain lost in. I suggest all read and be able to understand .
The book is OK, more of a devotional than what I expected. If you are looking for a book to support you in answering questions to non believers, this is not the book for that. Which is what I actually expected it to be.
Yes, this book answered some of my questions and gave me various thought on what I had thought--------if you follow that. There are just so a lot of ways to look at things and the true answers won't come until we are with our God.
Ideal! A little travel friendly hardback book perfectly set up for primary questions and answers! There are large volumes of books on each topic, but this is best for needing more bite sized answers to each topic. I'd definitely obtain this book again. Then, you might explore that you wish to go deeper on some of the subjects.
This volume collects the first six problems of this friendly neighbourhood series (plus a couple of short stories) which puts Peter Parker and Spider-Man back in his/their true world. I haven’t been this satisfied with a Spider-Man volume since before “Brand Fresh ’s got dialogue, art, and character-development above and beyond the run-of-the-mill; it’s got villains old and new, mates old and new, characters old and new, Iron Mans old and new, continuity old and new, and the final showdown with J. Jonah e Marvel actually trying to publish comics that people wish to buy again?
This author knows how to create a classic feel fresh again and beyond intriguing to all levels for comic fans. Chip is the next huge thing at Marvel, and I can't wait for more.
There's a reason why the Hulk works best as a supporting hero in cinema, why his solo movie efforts aren't as celebrated as other Marvel movies. The Hulk isn't my favorite. There's only so much you could do with a dim-witted lead with a limited vocabulary and a one-note personality. To create it work, you beautiful much have to rely on other characters to carry consider writer Peter David who is so prolific he probably even wrote the menu for Denny's. His wonderful twelve-year run was a period in which I consistently followed the Hulk comic book, and when he shoved off, I shoved off. As a storyteller, Peter David exhibits a panoply of strengths: his originality, his dynamite plotting, his attention to continuity, his wicked sense of humor... But he really shines with his hero work. The folks he spins yarns about demonstrate growth and they develop fresh relationships, just like us true folks. One of the most well-developed cast of characters he'd ever come up with was the Pantheon, the mysterious, centuries-old think tank organization that combats global bugaboos such as terrorism and the battle in the Middle-East and of which the Hulk becomes the newest recruit. I don't much hold up with current Marvel titles, so I don't know if the Pantheon is still around. If they are, it'd best be Peter David writing them. No one else can do them ong with Rick Jones, the Pantheon kept the Hulk company, their sometimes fractious interactions with him making for absorbing group dynamics. Having said that, I've two other elements that played a large part in why I loved David's stint. I thoroughly enjoyed the Grey Hulk/Las Vegas arc; that was a genius move on David's part to so dramatically switch things up for our green goliath. But what tops that for me is the subsequent Professor Hulk persona. Doc Samson is a legit superhero in his own right, but his most significant feat may be his successful psychoanalysis of Bruce Banner, resulting in the merging of Banner and the Grey and Green Hulks (in problem #377). Suddenly, the Hulk wasn't this churlish, loutish character. He became this articulate, [email protected]#$% man of action AND of academia who, on occassion, still harbored a sneaky mean and not good streak. Suddenly, the Hulk was e other thing that wowwed me was the artwork, specifically by three artists, first Todd McFarlane and Jeff Purves, then Dale Keown. Mostly, Dale Keown. He's known predominantly for two things: for his creator-owned, Image-published PITT series and for his dynamic rendition of the Hulk. His is absolutely my most favorite visual interpretation of the huge LK VISIONARIES: PETER DAVID Vol. 8 collects content from INCREDIBLE HULK #390-396, ANNUAL #18, and X-FACTOR #76. In this TPB you'll read about the classic "War and Pieces" saga, in which the Pantheon sets outs to liberate the desert nation of Trans-Sabal from a despot but runs not only into the Trans-Sabal units but also into the U.S. government-backed mutant group, X-Factor. David addresses the moral ambiguity of the Pantheon's actions, questions their right to simply barge in and forcibly impart their notion of what's right and wrong, never mind that the despot is clearly this evil knucklehead. In this TPB you'll read about how the Defenders got back together and, awesomely, how the Hulk returns to Vegas in his "Joe Fixit" identity and works a sting with the Punisher and members of the Pantheon (dressed up like wise guys) to avenge his old casino boss. There's the tale of how the Hulk delivers comeuppance upon soviet spy Igor Drenkov who was responsible for the gamma bomb detonation that made the Hulk. Also, the Hulk and the Thing arm-wrestle and there's a sub-plot concerning Rick Jones' long-absent mother. Honestly, I didn't much care about the bits with Rick Jones' er David has penned a host of stuff, and I ate up most of them, from his stories in the Star Trek universe (especially Q-SQUARED, IMZADI, and his NEW FRONTIER stuff) to his droll King Arthur novel, KNIGHT LIFE (the two sequels were meh), to SPIDER-MAN 2099, and even his six-book PSI-MAN series. But I'll always honor him most for what he did in THE INCREDIBLE HULK. He took a floundering comic book and elevated it to must-read status. He created me like the Hulk - in his guises as the thuggish casino enforcer and the chatty professor - and he introduced me to Dale Keown's art. Some clamor for a movie adaptation of Planet Hulk or Globe Battle Hulk or the mystery of the Red Hulk. Me, I wish to see Peter David's run onscreen. The cunning Joe Fixit, Banner and his psychosis stemming from childhood trauma, the smart Prof Hulk persona - all of that. All that is great.
This is right in the middle of one of my favorite Hulk stories in the early 1990s. I actually collected a lot of the original first printings of Peter David's run as writer on The Wonderful Hulk, starting with his collaboration with Todd McFarlane in the mid-to-late 80s and coming back to the book when Dale Keown took over as artist. I strongly disliked the Jeff Purves artwork and skipped the book until it was clear that he was leaving the book. It was the powerful, dynamic artwork of Dale Keown which created me stop mourning the departure of Todd McFarlane, who had moved on to The Awesome Spiderman. Keown combined aspects of John Byrne, Berni Wrightson, and a dash of Neal Adams to forge a style uniquely his own. Keown left an indelible stamp on the Hulk, one that persists even more than two decades the time, I have almost all the Peter David/Dale Keown Hulk collections except Volume 6, which is commanding some ridiculously high prices where it's available. I even recently purchased copy of The Wonderful Hulk Epic Collection, which collects the latest two problems of Dale Keown's run (issues 397 & 398) and the beginning of Gary Frank's run a few problems later. Frank, a very amazing artist in his own right, worked in the Keown tradition, as did Jan Duursema before him. This was an exceptionally smooth transition and it was nice to see some kind of visual consistency in the title. I enjoyed the Gary Frank run and he's proven himself an highly-accomplished artist over the years, but Keown was definitely the superior artist on the Hulk. Keown's Hulk was tougher and his action scenes were more visceral whereas Frank excelled in the more emotional scenes. From what I can tell, it looks as though the Epic Collection trade paperbacks from Marvel are going to replace both the Essentials and Visionaries trade paperbacks. If so, then I hope Marvel will see fit to publish an Epic Collection reprinting the entire Peter David/Dale Keown Hulk run. Until then, it goes without saying that fans of David & Keown's Hulk should add the Epic Collection to the preceding Visionaries stly, artist Gary Barker turned in some strong, Wrightson-influenced artwork in the latest story (issue 389) and it had me wishing that he had done more problems as a fill-in artist. The other fill-in artists did a serviceable job (meaning: they didn't suck) until Keown got back in the "driver's seat", so to speak. Generally, that's what kept me from giving this volume a full 5 stars. Otherwise, I'm glad that I was able to obtain this one and the following book for a sweet bargain.
Volume 8 kicks off with WAR AND PIECES, one of the most controversial of Peter David’s Hulk stories owing to its use of parallels to the real-life battle versus Iraq, and the questions that are raised from them. The Pantheon and X-Factor, and more specifically the Hulk and Havok, represent the extremes of two opposing sides, both believing they are acting in the best interests of the nation of Trans-Sabal, yet each having completely various ideas as to how those best interests are to be attained. David brings up several valid points of debate, but inevitably shows that there are no simple answers, if any answers are to be found at all. This is a story that encourages contemplation of the blurry lines between right and wrong, as well as those between justice and revenge, the conclusions to which the readers must draw for themselves.Once again, a milestone for the Hulk is reached: problem #393 marks the series’ 30th Anniversary and returns him to his origins and to a man largely responsible for his creation: the former spy known as Igor, whom the Hulk torments in real Frankensteinian fashion. Appropriately, Dale Keown creates a unbelievable homage to Jack Kirby’s cover photo for the original INCREDIBLE HULK #1 (also used as the cover to this trade paperback). Another intriguing deviation within is a psychological case study written by Doc Samson, exploring the Hulk’s life from Bruce Banner’s battered childhood up to the integration of his personalities, and delving into the broad concepts derived from the Hulk’s different changes over the past three e remaining stories balance things out. The Hulk’s brief return to his Mr. Fixit identity (albeit not as the gray Hulk) in Las Vegas is welcome, as is the return of the original Defenders in an offbeat crossover Annual. Another physically challenging opponent in the hero of the alien Trauma is introduced, and will play a key part in the Hulk’s development in future storylines, as will the subplot involving the return of Rick Jones’ oubling times lie ahead for the Hulk, with some deadly foes waiting in the wings.
Officially joining the secretive Pantheon, the fresh (some would say improved) Hulk hopes that his heroic intentions will atone for his past rampages. His recent adventures lead him to encounters with his old opponent the Abomination, his old mate Jim Wilson, a proud, patriotic sparring partner named Sabra, and a psychotic, sharp-edged killer called Speedfreek, with a slight detour into Marvel's INFINITY GAUNTLET ter curing the Hulk of his multiple personalities, Peter David shows he still has plenty of ground to cover. All of the characters, the Hulk included, now have to deal with the consequences of that act, and not everyone is satisfied about it. The Pantheon is further developed, and the more traditional supporting cast is reinvigorated with fresh depth and motivations. David continues to cleverly use the series as a portal to probe into such sensitive real-life problems as political ethics, the threat of AIDS, and unrequited love, the latter figuring particularly into David's interpretation of the Abomination. No longer just a powerful, one-sided comic book villain who shows up whenever the Hulk needs someone to challenge him, when the Abomination's past is revealed it truly makes him worthy of his title as the Hulk's "dark reflection".Dale Keown delivers on another superb set of stories. His Hulk physically retains much of Bruce Banner's humanity, and his Abomination conveys a powerful sense of pathos through his is is the beginning of a fresh direction for the Hulk, one that continues to inspire feelings both positive and negative from the longtime readers to this day.
While I've never been a large Hulk fan, I have to say "Future Imperfect" remains one of my all-time favorite comic book stories. The idea of The Maestro is even more possible if you've read the latest Globe Battle Hulk storyline. No matter which incarnation of the Hulk is currently in charge (smart, dumb, green, gray, red, etc), it's obvious Marvel holds him in high regard as the most under-rated but possibly terrifying hero they own."Future Imperfect" gives us a glimpse of the future as "the intelligent Hulk" (when he had Banner's mind in Hulk's body) is pulled into the future to face a villain known as The Maestro who is ruling the globe with an iron fist. The globe is without heroes now, and no one is left to oppose this tyrant...until the Hulk shows up. Of course, he's been there all along too. Confused? Obtain the story. There can be no doubt this is the best war the Hulk has ever had. Matched evenly in intellect and out-gunned in strength, Banner must search a method to destroy this villain or die! Perfect artwork and storytelling."The Hulk: The End" is a various kind of story. While FI is filled with action and dialogue, The End is more subdued. The Hulk is literally the latest man on Earth and has to search a method to create peace with both aspects of his personality, Banner and the Hulk, before they slay each other. A small gross in parts (mostly dealing with the mutant roaches), but still search these two stories collected together in hardcover format is a true treat. Marvel is really coming around with their "Premiere Classic" line, and this is a amazing addition to it. You won't be disappointed with this collection!
In 1998, creative differences between Marvel Comics and long-time Wonderful Hulk writer Peter David led to the latter's all-too premature departure from the book's creative helm. Now, after seven years, Peter David finally returns to the hero he redefined for a fresh generation of Hulk fans to tell a tale of action/adventure, intrigue, and apped on a Mysterious Island populated by strange creatures (and even stranger people), the Hulk and his human half, Bruce Banner, must place aside their differences and join forces to piece together what is going on--and search a method to escape from it. Meanwhile, flashbacks to Banner's high school years unveil a dark secret.... as well as the beginnings of his "relationship" with his emerald er David's storytelling is in fine form once again. He proves that, even after twelve years of exploration, the Hulk is far from being "tapped out"; there is still plenty of life left in this iconic character. Lee Weeks' art is, to coin a phrase, incredible. From the ethereal quality of the flashbacks to the exhilarating creature scenes to the amazing rendition of the Hulk himself, Weeks' jaw-dropping depictions have earned him a put among the ranks of Hulk legends like Sal Buscema, Todd McFarlane, and Dale so including the stand-alone story "Dear Tricia...", featuring art by Jae Lee (Hulk/Thing: Hard Knocks), Tempest Fugit has something in it to please just about every Hulk fan, old and new. Welcome back, Peter David!
This is an essential continuation to the story Peter David had started several years before. The problems here continue with the Hulk's association with the Pantheon and deepen the mystery surrounding this "fused" Hulk. David displays his usual strengths as a writer here in all the issues, with perfect characterization, clever dialogue, and amazing measures of humour and wit thrown in. A particular standout is a story involving a shrunken Hulk attempting to take on the Abomination, beneath the town no less. The art by Dale Keon, when it appears, is delicious, but unfortunately appears inconsistently throughout the volume. Marvel is taking its sweet time releasing these volumes, which I think is unfortunate. By now, at least two per year makes amazing sense. Whatever the pace, I highly recommend this volume and the entire series of Peter David Visionary collections. These stories have aged well.
This book of two stories, gripped me with excitement and left me pondering The Hulk 's life as a true experience if it happened to myself. The first story (Imperfect Hulk) had a lot of classic Hulk characterization to The Hulk and it 's enemy. But, the opponent (which I won 't spoil in revealing) was antagonistic and extremely precise in every move it created towards countering and creating elements of surprise! On a physical level to The Hulk? I won 't say. But, on a mental level? The opponent reminded me so much of Sylar of "Heroes" from the 1st Season as abusive towards every type of life with absolutely no regard for the sick, the injured or the dying.I found the supporting characters to be more interesting to me and The Hulk as too classic for his own amazing in how he was represented throughout this story."The End" is a amazing story from begin to finish! It is so suttle on so a lot of levels, but hitting home for anyone who has thought, lived, is still living or could be living in the future on self-preservation to it 's ultimate demise. The art is realistic, detailed but yet easy in each panel of movement and thought. My sympathy (when reading this heartfelt and very moving piece of life and death with The Hulk), gave me a well rounded feeling of understanding more about The Hulk than I had ever known in the past, collecting and reading his stories.If there is ever (and I hope) another Hulk film to be created that it will embody this story, in all it 's glory, as being a ground-breaking experience by offering the man and beast within us all to really question and test to understand.I highly recommend this book to anyone who knows about The Hulk in any fashion!