Even a weak issue for this book soars!
With multiple amazingly good standalone issues in recent memory for this title, its heading into a new actual continuing story is a mixed blessing. In part two of "The Terrorism Myth", the story is taking its time in building, and with a broader story to tell here than in those recent standalone issues, it makes this particular issue, when judged entirely on its own, seem notably less entertaining on the whole than the series has been of late. But even a "weak" issue by this particular series' standards towers above practically everything else on the racks today in terms of overall quality.
Still dealing with the fallout from the lackluster "Fear Itself" crossover, this series is determined to make that poor crossover truly have mattered in some way, shape or form. If you dwell on that fact too much, you might get bitter; so try not to think about it too much. Just enjoy the ride. With the delightful exchanges between Loki and Leah, and the hilarious firebreathing puppy Thori in tow, that's not difficult.
If you aren't reading this comic, you're missing out. Go back to two issues to jump on and see what you've been missing.