The art remains pretty solid as the book reaches the halfway point. Paul Pelletier's scenes of Asgard at war are particularly eye-catching. There are a few signs that the biweekly schedule is taking its toll, unfortunately. Danny Miki's inks are a bit loose and scratchy, and Wolverine once again falls victim to an improperly colored costume. But if coloring snafus and an underwhelming main villain are the worst this book has to suffer from, then readers can count themselves lucky. Read Full Review
This was a middling comic book that was saved by it's fantastic ending. I mean before that last scene, this issue was probably around a 5 1/2 or a 6 for a score. But Daimon and that cliffhanger definitely pulled this comic up to a more respectable score. So could this issue have been better? Yeah, the Valkyrie parts, while giving us insight as to her motivation and why she's so hellbent on collecting the hammers were necessary, but they just bored me... I will say this, Wolverine vs Crossbones, in a small room for one of the Serpent's hammers is worth the price of the next issue right there, anything else will simply be icing on the cake. Read Full Review
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