On one hand this issue does manage to show me that there are still plot elements that can grab my attention in spite of the considerable amount of time we have spent on this "Thor: Lord of Earth" arc, as the opening material that dealt with Sif, and what happened to her in the aftermath of Asgard's fall proved to be quite engaging, and I found myself wishing the book had spent a little more time on the idea. On the other hand most of this issue is handed over to the rather predictable path that Prince Magni has started down, as we see him once again express his doubts about opposing his father, in spite of the ever growing weight of evidence that he needs to be taken down. The final pages also show us that Prince Magni is right to oppose Thor, as he's able to lift the Mjolnir, which one wouldn't expect him to be able to do if his intentions weren't entirely honorable. In the end the only real moments of interest are the scenes the frame the main story, as Sif's story was quite engaging Read Full Review
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