I don't have a ton to say about this issue. The impending end of reality is encouraging old enemies to settle scores, and Odin realizes that his enemies throughout the realms are preparing an assault on Asgardia. He tries to get the other gods to care, but fails miserably, since no one takes him seriously anymore. However, they realize their mistake when King Loki arrives riding the World Serpent and leading the forces of Hel. (Did I mention that he's holding the head of Baldur?) Meanwhile, our Loki has a fuzzy memory after his transformation into the God of Stories, and he encourages Verity Willis to tell him her story since he becomes convinced that it might be important to the current predicament. I'm not quite sure where Ewing is leading us, but I'm exciting to be on the trip.
*** (three of five stars)