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4.83 stars 4.83/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

And the plot thickens 0

Journey into Mystery is shaping up to be the best formed title of Marvel right now, at least of the ones I'm reading. Where Matt Fraction's Mighty Thor is into the Sci- fi aspects of the Asgardian universe, Gillen is wholly dedicated to it's mystical and political aspects. Is kind of strange to see such an story full of politics and conspiracy whose protagonist looks like a 12 year old, but Loki's expressions and attitude make it completely believable. He is a full Machiavellian charact...

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Mister Loki travels to Hel 0

SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.I must admit that my love for Gillen's work in Journey into Mystery runs so deep, that my opinion might be a little biased. Kierron Gillen gives once more a incredible tale in this third issue of the story, and his narrative style, florid and careful, match beautifully with the art.The tie-in with fear itself is not so much a tie-in, given that the only direct reference we get is one scene, already present in Fear Itself #3, were Odin send Th...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Life would be easier... 0

I cannot get out of my head that life in the Marvel Universe (and comics in general) would be easier if people bothered to offer explanations the moment they become obviously neccesary.  In this number of Fear Itself the heroes of the world confront the faceless danger of the Serpent and his servants, who, of course are a sort of Nazis. Someone (you know who) dies, and no one knows what to do.  Except Odin.  Becase the All-Father know everything but seems to believe explanations are optional. He...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.