Wisdom looks to be telling self-contained stories in every issue which all form part of the bigger picture, and that has enabled the book to remain fresh and funny without getting bogged down in an over-arching plot. Still, there are a couple of hints at the direction of the series, such as Pete Wisdom's references to his marriage of convenience to Tink, or the portentous opening page with its predictions of death and destruction. For now, though, it's a light, fun and enjoyable fantasy book which should be accessible to new readers thanks to its lack of any real ties to the Marvel Universe proper, and its winning sense of humour more than makes up for its lack of depth and fairly shallow characterisation. Read Full Review
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