JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY #645

• EVERYTHING BURNS AFTERMATH

• 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.

Story by Kieron Gillen
Art by Stephanie Hans
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Stephanie Hans

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 15.2%

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  1. Thank goodness for the Young Avengers or this would be a much sadder occasion. Thank you, Kieron for one helluva great ride.

    • I agree wholeheartedly, if solicitations didn’t exist before the issue hit the stands, I would be weeping with joy about Young Avengers. Marvel tends to let their writers finish out planned stories and thank goodness for that.

  2. Just caught up on Everything Burns and, unsurprisingly, it was fantastic. Can’t wait for this.

  3. I gave this POTW and 5 stars earlier without reading it. Mainly because I knew it would be an issue with an emotional punch and I was kinda dreading me weeping like a damn baby. Yep. I was right on both counts, that it totally deserves POTW and that it would end in tears. Wow.

  4. Man, this comic hits hard. A beautiful ending to a very special run. POTW.

    Never thought I’d be rooting for Loki. Thanks, Kieron.

  5. Seriously, how many times has this been in the previews?
    • 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.
    Especially the part about his past colliding with his future. They’ve been saying that since the New Mutants crossover! How long are they going to be colliding!?!

  6. My roommate got to see me slowly go from cautious but optimistic to an emotional wreck with each page further I progressed into this issue. I warned her ahead of time that there was a chance I might start crying at the end of it and yeah… the prediction wasn’t wrong in that regard.

    It was a wonderful issue and a great way to end a great run with some of the best art I’ve yet to see.

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