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Get the point! In this new-reader jumping-on point from Marvel's .1 initiative, the newly reborn young Loki consults an ancient and dangerous mystical being to help him eavesdrop on his fellow Asgardians and find out what they think of the new him thus far.

Note this issue takes place between panels 4 and 5 on page 21 of

Journey Into Mystery #622.

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Failed to move him 0

For this series which thus far has only tied into Fear Itself, this is a welcome break.  Following along the Point One concept which serves as a jumping on point for new fans, this one gives a bit of a look at Loki and his relationship with others on the Asgardian court.  He does this through the services of a teller, a mystical creature that can look into the minds of others, even gods.  What unfolds is basically a running commentary that no one in the court trusts Loki anymore, or at least no ...

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A refreshing break from Fear Itself 0

While this title has been very strong and has provided some of the best Fear Itself crossover issues of any Marvel book, EVERY SINGLE ISSUE of the title thus far has been within the crossover, so it's a refreshing change of pace to have a one-off here that works towards defining Loki's reborn and changed character outside the perameters of crossover-land.  A rare .1 issue not done by the regular or upcoming series writer, Rob Rodi manages to do a strong job on this issue nonetheless, as he has a...

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