Journey into Mystery #645

    Journey into Mystery » Journey into Mystery #645 - Everything Burns Aftermath released by Marvel on December 1, 2012.

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    Everything Burns Aftermath last edited by fesak on 02/21/19 07:21AM View full history


    Kieron Gillen bids farewell to the cast of JIM!

    "Why Did Loki Do It? No One Knows." Until now.

    The critically acclaimed epic reaches its climax as Loki's future and past collide and nothing will ever be the same again. No, really. We mean it this time. Stop looking at us like that.


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    The Door Closes 0

    This has been a good series and I have really enjoyed seeing the developments of Loki in his younger form, and how he's shown traits of his former self whilst trying his hardest to be good. I think Kieron Gillen has done an amazing job on this series and when I initially picked it up I was never expecting it to be as good has it's been. I also loved the art in this issue. The art over the course of the Everything Burns crossover (JIM wise) has been the main thing that disappointed me but I was g...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Journeys End 0

    The GoodThe final issue from the current team headed by Kieron Gillen has come, and it’s a great send off. The inner turmoil of the young Loki comes to a head and is wonderfully played out, a touching scene with Thor is one of the stand out moments. The story harks back to the very beginning of the series and showcases the most important and interesting aspects of this entire saga; the tricks, deals and double crosses have consequences, never has this been more prevalent than here. The art is be...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    *Sob* 0

    This is probably the saddest story I've ever read. It actually hurt a bit to read it. Kieron Gillen may of had some issues wrapping up Uncanny X-Men because of all the editorial demands, but here, he hits the ball out of the park. Unfortunately, in order to do that he had to make me cry bitter tears.Gillen had spent a hear and a half making Loki into an endearing character. He was funny and tragic at the same time, likable and even relateable, despite being a half-giant Norse god, and managed at...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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