The ending of this issue seems to hint that Skaar and his minions will have some future role to play in War of Kings. While that would seem to indicate Savage World of Skaar is indeed relevant to the greater saga, I highly doubt anything will really come of these events. It's pretty late in the game at this point, and War of Kings has plenty of characters and threads to juggle as it is. It's better if amusing little side-stories like this are kept as just that - amusing little side-stories. Read Full Review
For a series starring the Inhumans, who for whatever reason have never been able to sustain their own series, to be used in a crossover issue to boost sales and interest of another character with his own series (Skaar) is a testament to the accomplishments of the primary "War of Kings" series. Marvel is hoping to cash in on fans' excitement for "War of Kings" (the same as any publisher has with any event title over the past five years) with this issue, but the primary story of "War of Kings" remains safely nestled within the covers of that title. This issue simply adds some depth to two very ancillary characters. Read Full Review
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