• Sif battles to contain one of her Berserker pals’ murderous rampage..!

• Can she come to terms with her new abilities and serve Asgard…? The GUT-RIPPING CONCLUSION!!

Story by Kathryn Immonen
Art by Valerio Schiti
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Jeff Dekal & Daniel Acuna

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 4.0
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  1. Best Hidden Gem of Marvel Now I think. Not many folks are talking about this but its been very fun and badass, and the art has been eye-popping. Looking forward to this, and the future issues with Beta Ray Bill.

  2. I was going to be one issue and done at the start of this arc but I keep coming back.It’s a fun book with humor like FF, great art and an interesting story.This comic is a sleeper.


    • Agreed! I am loving this book, but will it last, without the aforementioned buzz? I am really enjoying the writing and the art and getting to see a character who, to my knowledge, has basically been set dressing up to this point.

  4. I also have really been enjoying this series as well. A fitting successor to Gillan’s run, without trying to copy it . . .

  5. Definitely considering picking this up in trade.

    Why? Sif!

    Great to hear positive feedback on a Sif book.

  6. The art continues to be awesome with this issue, but I can’t help feel that the story itself kinda fell flat at the end here.

  7. This will die, and it’s all your fault world. Remember the day when they announce the ineluctable demise of this book. Remember it when you are old and sad and wonder, ‘What have I done with my life? When did I settle for mediocrity?’. Remember that it was all your fault. Settle for your menial job while us lucky few rage against the light.

  8. You know, people joke about “who’d live in New York in the Marvel Universe” but I’m beginning to wonder who would still be living in Broxton . . .:)

    I found this a strong conclusion to a great arc. Immonen & Schiti make a great team. I love how they both can infuse a bit of whimsy into the story. I look forward to seeing what’s next . . .

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