More Thor: GoT Than Uncanny Avengers
While this issue is a lot of fun and is very written well, it feels like it comes from a completely different series. A completely different GOOD series, but it throws me for a loop nonetheless. Much like some of the earlier issues of the Thor God of Thunder series, we see Thor in the past when he is wielding Jarnbjorn, his axe, and is attacked by none other than Apocalypse himself. And, while this is a cool story that draws you into the narrative, it feels very out of place in a team focused narrative. And yes, this will probably be important in the overall scheme of things, but I felt that it would have been much more beneficial to pick up where the series left off, as I was rearing to get back to all the cool stuff that was happening in the present. But, for what it is, it's still a fantastic read.