EVERYTHING BURNS, Part 3 Surturs all-consuming fire rages across the nine worlds as Thor and Loki go on the run! Who will lead Asgardia? What vile secret hides at the heart of the war between the Asgardians and Vanir?
The art in this book is top notch from a classic artist. The story by Fraction and Gillen is still bringing the excitement despite a couple things I had to raise my eyebrow at. Overall, it's still every bit as exciting as it appeared to be from the very beginning. Read Full Review
As before, Alan Davis is the artist tackling the Mighty Thor side of the crossover. Unfortunately, the transition from Davis to Carmine di Giandomenico and back is less than smooth. I really wish the editors could have found two artists whose styles are more of a match. Still, it's hard to complain about seeing Davis tackle the Thor universe again, even if it's only for half of a story. He captures all the emotional drama and epic action the writers throw at him. This is the best The Mighty Thor has looked since Olivier Coipel helped launch the series. Read Full Review
It's very much a transitional issue, but it still retains the flavour that's made the crossover a success thus far and it ends on a huge high note, which seems to ensure that the next installment will be vital. Also, Alan Davis art is never a bad thing. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.