This has been Staczynski's finest work in a lot of ways. He not only literally resurrected a cast of characters that the reading public had previously given up on, but he did so with extreme creativity and a plot that revealed itself to be multi-layered and exciting at the same time. His ending comes as bittersweet here because it delivers the goods to the extent that the reader will have to imagine where he would have gone with the story next, were he to be staying on the title. Marko Djurdjevic does a great job (as he has throughout his work on the series) and both men should be proud. As solid of a start that this arc has had, they bring it all together nicely while still setting up the next chapter for new creators.I'm giving this issue a strong B+ and not a higher grade only because of the fact that half of the book consists of Straczynski and Djurdjevic's actual story and the rest is padded with a preview of Thor #604 and early reprints of Journey Into Mystery. Read Full Review
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