Valkyrie: Jane Foster #10
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Valkyrie: Jane Foster #10

Writer: Jason Aaron, Torunn Grnbekk Artist: Ramon Rosanas Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 17, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 8
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VALKYRIE RETURNS TO ASGARD AT LAST – ONLY TO SEE IT FALL! The Røkkva, the end of all life, has come to the home of the gods — aided by Thor’s own brother Tyr in a mad quest for power. But by the time the Røkkva is done, there’ll be no throne to claim. Can the Valkyrie and her All-Weapon win against a force older than the gods themselves?

  • 10
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Jun 19, 2020

    Overall, Aaron and Grnbekk have guided Jane Foster through a compassionate character arc. So often, there is so much going on in the course of the first ten issues of a series that it can be difficult to feel a great deal of inner progress for the protagonist. Aaron and Grnbekk carefully balance action against reflection in a strikingly well-composed opening ten issues.  Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    Word Of The Nerd - Cat Wyatt Jun 17, 2020

    Valkyrie #10 is the highlight of the series so far, proving to fans what sort of story we can expect from Jane Foster from now on. I'm looking forward to seeing all of the changes and challenges she faces going forward, especially in response to what has been set up here. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    On Comics Ground - Joanna Robinson Jun 25, 2020

    All-Father Thor and his brother Tyr have come knocking on Asgard's Gates bringing with them a powerful evil that consumes everything it touches. It's up to Jane and her friends to try to stop them, but without her All-Weapon Undrajarn can she possibly save the Ten Realms from this endless darkness? Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    GWW - Jessica Chaleff Jun 21, 2020

    One thing I gotta say is, I honestly hope the fact she is a cancer survivor and a doctor makes it's way into the upcoming show. To me, this is what drives her character. She is a strong willed woman wanting to beat every obstacle in her way, and wants to help everyone, which is what drives her thinking process as Valkyrie. But, that's just me, and I'm biased as I fell in love with the comic counterpart of Jane Foster. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Charles Martin Jun 17, 2020

    The Røkkva saga concludes exactly as expected, with its hero overcoming impossible odds to save the day. The plot may steam ahead like a rail-bound train, but the prose invests it with mythological weight. Bold art illustrating a vast cast also helps to seal in the sense of epic storytelling. This is the last Valkyrie saving all of existence from non-existence. Of course she's going to win -- but the creative talent invested in this comic ensures that every line and panel along the way is thrilling. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Multiversity Comics - Alexander Jones Jun 22, 2020

    "Valkyrie: Jane Foster" #10 is an emotional finale to an arc that pushes Jane Foster to her limits as a hero. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Tanner Dedmon Jun 17, 2020

    Valkyrie: Jane Foster #10 comes off a bit heavy handed at times with its depictions of light vs. dark, but there's really no other way to better personify the struggle of Jane Foster and the Undrjarn against Tyr and the Rokkva. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Jun 17, 2020

    I liked this issue, but it felt heavy-handed. I can't help but think time, or lack of resources meant finishing the story too quickly. Still, it ends things well enough and reminds us how impactful Jane is on the world of Asgaard and how important she'll be for all-time. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - Dispatchdcu Jun 17, 2020

    This story wrapped up way too suddenly and unexpectedly. The pinnacle battle was practically nonexistent and I'm sorry to say that nothing artistically stood out other than heavy ink work and a large floating Punisher skull in the Rkkva. There is no doubt that I have seen better work from this creative team and can only wonder if this issue was truly meant to be or solely forced to tie up loose ends of a series. Read Full Review

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