• She may be a “Lady,” but girly ain’t her style! Known by many names: lover of Thor, sister of Heimdall, defender of Asgard…Sif is the ultimate faithful…sidekick?! Immortal, please.

• When the latest crop of beasties beset Asgard, it’s business as usual for our sword-slingin’ heroine as she leads the battle charge—but that no-holds-barred zeal for glory may be the very thing that brings the realm down around her winged helm…!

Story by Kathryn Immonen
Art by Valerio Schiti
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Jeff Dekal & Phil Noto

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  1. May pick this up just for the cover.

  2. I want Sif to rock my world. Please don’t let me down…

  3. Just began reading this, but #646, my god I have some catching up to do!

  4. Just a question about Journey into Mystery. Has this title been always about Asgard/ Asgard people/ Beta Bill Ray/ etc.? The title’s just all encompassing that anything can be mysterious. I dunno, just curious I guess. Thanks for any replies.

    • No, actually. It used to be a horror, science fiction and fantasy anthology. They told all kinds of stories. Then, they introduced Thor in the early 60s. Since then (except for a period in the 70s when it was relaunched as a horror title) it’s been a home for his world and supporting cast.

    • Isn’t this one of those weird renumbering issues where it takes a doctoral to sort out? If I remember correctly, Journey Into Mystery eventually became Thor. There was at least two relaunches of Thor, with the Jurgens run in the ’90s and JMS’ run in 06-07. The JMS volume lasted twelve issues before switching back to the Journey Into Mystery/Thor vol. 1 numbering so Marvel could sell a #600 issue. That numbering lasted for over 20 issues before the Thor movie came out, and Marvel wanted to relaunch a new Thor series, which became The Mighty Thor. At the same time, Marvel launched Gillen’s Journey Into Mystery, using the numbering from the recently ended Thor vol. 1, which hadn’t been titled Journey Into Mystery for decades.

      Yeah, let’s just say you shouldn’t worry about numbering.

  5. I missed out on Gillen’s run and I had no idea what to expect from this but I really enjoyed it.

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