Siege: Loki #1

    Siege: Loki » Siege: Loki #1 - Loki released by Marvel on June 1, 2010.

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    Siege: Loki, from Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, goes deep into the mind of Siege’s most devious major player!



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    Review: Siege Loki 0

    Siege is the current Marvel event about the fall and siege of Asgard. This one-shot issue takes the reader a little deeper into how everything came into play. So far, I haven't been that impressed with Siege, although I think the idea for the story is great. It's nice to see Loki have his own one-shot in this. He's a truly under-rated villain, and if you didn't know, he was the very first Avengers villain... and he's tricky and whatnot. The Good I loved how this story plays out. A plan coming to...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Oh! That's what happened. 0

    SIEGE: LokiThere are a couple of wasted panels and pages in this book for people that have been following everything going on during Dark Reign, Siege, and in Thor. But for people playing catch-up I can see how they were totally necessary. I don’t quite know how I feel about the timing of to book though. This may go back to people’s rants about the current Marvel 616 time line. This book would have suited me better if it came out before or at the same time as the New Mutants Siege tie-in. Those ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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