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AMAZING X-MEN #12CRAIG KYLE & CHRIS YOST (W) • CARLO BARBERI (A/C)• This is it! The conclusion to WORLD WAR WENDIGO!• Will the combined forces of the X-Men and Alpha Flight be enough to save an entire nation from this deadly, cannibalistic plague?• And how do the GREAT BEASTS fit into the mayhem that surrounds Canada?32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

AMAZING X-MEN #12
CRAIG KYLE & CHRIS YOST (W) • CARLO BARBERI (A/C)
• This is it! The conclusion to WORLD WAR WENDIGO!
• Will the combined forces of the X-Men and Alpha Flight be enough to save an entire nation from this deadly, cannibalistic plague?
• And how do the GREAT BEASTS fit into the mayhem that surrounds Canada?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

DEATH OF WOLVERINE: THE LOGAN LEGACY #1 (OF 7)CHARLES SOULE (W) • OLIVER NOME (A/C)VARIANT Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG• Wolverine—the greatest X-Men ever—is dead!• With this mutant powerhouse now permanently out of the picture, various factions of both good and evil are scrambling to fill the void left by Logan’s death!• Will Wolverine’s Legacy be shaped by heroes who valiantly fought alongside him …or by those villains treacherous enough to have challenged him over the many years of his long life?• The answers will be revealed in this special 7-issue limited series that spins directly out of the mega-popular DEATH OF WOLVERINE!• This series will feature unique solo adventures of several instrumental figures in shaping Logan’s Legacy: X-23, Sabretooth, Daken, Lady Deathstrike and Mystique!32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

DEATH OF WOLVERINE: THE LOGAN LEGACY #1 (OF 7)
CHARLES SOULE (W) • OLIVER NOME (A/C)
VARIANT Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG
• Wolverine—the greatest X-Men ever—is dead!
• With this mutant powerhouse now permanently out of the picture, various factions of both good and evil are scrambling to fill the void left by Logan’s death!
• Will Wolverine’s Legacy be shaped by heroes who valiantly fought alongside him …or by those villains treacherous enough to have challenged him over the many years of his long life?
• The answers will be revealed in this special 7-issue limited series that spins directly out of the mega-popular DEATH OF WOLVERINE!
• This series will feature unique solo adventures of several instrumental figures in shaping Logan’s Legacy: X-23, Sabretooth, Daken, Lady Deathstrike and Mystique!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

AVENGERS & X-MEN: AXIS #3 (OF 9)RICK REMENDER (W) • LEINIL FRANCIS YU (A)Cover by JIM CHEUNGYOUNG GUNS VARAINT COVER BY NICK BRADSHAWINVERSION VARIANT COVER BY TBAACT I: THE RED SUPREMACY• With the heroes lost, the world’s fate lies in the hands of the vilest syndicate known to man.• Scarlet Witch is forced to join Dr. Doom, the man who unleashed her power to cause M-Day, or she will watch those she loves most die.• The return of one of the Marvel Universe’s great villains!• An Avenger quits, a heart is broken, and the world as we know it is gone.32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

AVENGERS & X-MEN: AXIS #3 (OF 9)
RICK REMENDER (W) • LEINIL FRANCIS YU (A)
Cover by JIM CHEUNG
YOUNG GUNS VARAINT COVER BY NICK BRADSHAW
INVERSION VARIANT COVER BY TBA
ACT I: THE RED SUPREMACY
• With the heroes lost, the world’s fate lies in the hands of the vilest syndicate known to man.
• Scarlet Witch is forced to join Dr. Doom, the man who unleashed her power to cause M-Day, or she will watch those she loves most die.
• The return of one of the Marvel Universe’s great villains!
• An Avenger quits, a heart is broken, and the world as we know it is gone.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

Karen Traviss will write G.I. Joe

People,

I’ve just known that Karen Traviss, known for her Star Wars novels, will be writing a new G.I. Joe series from IDW.

http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=53511

She was the first writer to included a gay couple in the Star Wars Universe, the Mandalorians Goran Beviin and Medrit Vasur and I think G.I. Joe is a franchise that really needs some diversity too.

I’ve just send her a message on her site telling her how important it was for me to see gay characters in Star Wars and asking her to include gay characters in G.I. Joe.

It would be very interesting if you could also send her a message asking the same thing. We need to tell the writers how important representation is. So, please, if you can, write her. Here is the adress:

http://www.karentraviss.com/contact-form-2/index.php

Thank you.

Have you seen the news about Karen Traviss writing for G I Joe? I have little interest in the Joes. Karen Traviss writing comics on the other hand :) awesome. Her Star Wars novels were some of the most exciting stuff happening in the Expanded Universe for a while. If Marvel got her to write a Star Wars book. o_O I'd probably do something crazy like go off anon.

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gailsimone:

That sounds interesting!

I know little to nothing about the Joes, but it’d be fun to see a great novelist tackle those characters.

I didn´t know Karen Traviss was going to write G.I. Joe!   love her Star Wars novels, specially because she was responsible for the first gay couple in the series.  Maybe she will finally bring some diversity to G.I. Joe.

Northstar by Dan Parent

Northstar by Dan Parent

Kevin Keller by Dan Parent

Kevin Keller by Dan Parent

Wiccan by Reilly Brown

Wiccan by Reilly Brown

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Wiccan by Reilly Brown

Wiccan by Reilly Brown

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May 7
- Loki: Agent of Asgard #4 (2014)
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- Loki: Agent of Asgard #4 (2014)

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New Now Next: “Kevin Keller” Comic Ending, But Archie Has Big Plans For Riverdale’s Resident Gay

  by Alex Nagorski

Kevin Keller broke new ground back in 2010 when he became the first openly gay character in the Archie Comics universe.

He was an instant fan-favorite—Kevin’s debut issue,Veronica #202,quickly sold out and became the first reprinted comic in Archie history. In 2011, Kevin landed his first miniseries and received a GLAAD Media Award.

The following year, a Kevin Keller ongoing comic debuted.

That comic is coming to an end in July with Kevin Keller #15, but creator Dan Parent tells us in an exclusive interview that it’s far from the last we’ll see of Riverdale’s #1 out teen.

“We will be making a new Kevin announcement at the end of the year,” says Parent. “It will be exciting, and I promise will be even better than the current series!”

Below, we talk with the legendary artist-writer about Kevin’s legacy, his future and his place in the larger Archie-verse.

Why is Kevin Keller being cancelled? 

To be clear, we’re not canceling the book: It’s ending so we can take a minute to plan a relaunch for the character. In the meantime, Kevin will continue to be a big part of the other Archie titles— including Afterlife with Archie.

Comics Kevin Keller.JPEG-0a7fbIt’s about direction for the character. I’ve had some ideas for Kevin that I have discussed with the powers that be at Archie, and these ideas would work better as a relaunch rather than as a continuation of the current book.

What are the advantages of taking the focus off Kevin for a beat and letting him take a supporting role in other books?

His role in Riverdale is very important—we don’t want to forget that he’s part of the gang. And his interaction with Archie, Betty, Veronica and everyone is very key. We’ll be seeing Kevin pop up more frequently across the Archie line.

Is Kevin’s love life going to continue to be explored in other titles?

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Kevin Keller #15 varient cover by Phil Jimenez

Of course! He’s a normal red-blooded teenager and that goes with the territory!

How about the supporting characters from Kevin Keller—will they find new homes within the Archie universe? 

Yes, his family always played an important role in his stories, and will continue too. And his friends—and boyfriends—will pop up here and there too.

Looking back, what was the most rewarding Kevin Keller story you’ve told?

In the second issue, Kevin had a secret admirer who was leaving him notes in his locker. But when Kevin went to meet him, the guy wasn’t ready to come out. And I think this hit a chord with young gay people who sometimes need time and space to come out.

On a larger scale, what do you think Kevin adds to the Archie mythos?

He’s added a layer of reality and diversity to Riverdale that was never there before. And I think we’ve treated the character with respect and honesty—which is why he’s become a fan favorite and permanent fixture in Riverdale.

As Kevin’s creator, have you noticed a change in the response to the character from when he was introduced in 2010?

People were surprised at first that we were introducing a gay character, but once they got to meet Kevin, they liked him and welcomed him with open arms to the Archie-verse. Gay fans tell me how much Kevin means to them, and how their lives would have been different had Kevin existed when they were growing up. And straight fans like him because he’s another cool kid in Riverdale!

Kevin Keller #15 hits stands July 16, 2014.

CBR: RYAN NORTH UNCOVERS THE YOUNG AVENGERS’ “ORIGINAL SINS”

Knowledge is power, which means the seemingly omniscient alien known as the Watcher is one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe. This summer, readers will find out just how powerful the Watcher truly was when an unknown assailant murders the all-seeing extraterrestrial and plunges the Marvel U into chaos by revealing the Watcher’s secrets to the world.

In the main "Original Sin" event series a group of Marvel heroes will hunt for the Watcher’s killer and several tie-ins will chronicle how Marvel’s biggest guns react to the secrets the Watcher knew about them.

The sudden release of the Watcher’s secret wealth of knowledge won’t just impact the Marvel Universe’s most prominent heroes, however. Many fan-favorite characters will be drawn into the chaos of “Original Sin” as well, and some of those stories will be documented in "Original Sins," a five-issue anthology series beginning in June that features a variety of characters. CBR News spoke with Eisner Award-winning writer Ryan North (“Dinosaur Comics,” "Adventure Time") about his Young Avengers serial that will run through all five issues of “Original Sins” and features art by Ramon Villalobos.

CBR News: Ryan, your webcomic "Dinosaur Comics" is wildly popular, and you won an Eisner Award for your work on BOOM!’s “Adventure Time” series. This year also sees the release of your first Marvel work, a Young Avengers story running in “Original Sins.” How does it feel to be working on not just your first Marvel comic, but a comic that ties into Marvel’s big summer event?

"Adventure Time" writer Ryan North tells a Young Avengers story in Marvel’s "Original Sins"

Ryan North: It’s exciting to be working on a Marvel book for sure. I think every cartoonist imagines working with one of the big comics publishers, getting to play in their sandbox. And this is a great book to be working on: it’s got those tie-ins to Marvel’s big summer event, as you say, and the Young Avengers are an incredibly beloved team. The YA fans kinda remind me of the Homestucks from MS Paint Adventures, in that those who are into it are REALLY into it, and both groups seem preternaturally gifted at cosplay.

What made the Young Avengers a compelling group of characters for you? Which members of the team do you find most interesting and why?

I love that the YA are this team that’s like, “Okay, we’re awesome, we’re gonna go fight crime,” and they don’t ask for anyone’s permission. I feel like “you don’t have to wait for people to tell you that what you want to do is okay” is the kind of life lesson where the younger that light bulb goes off, the more rad adult you grow into. So that’s a really appealing thing for me.

This story we’re doing is only part of each issue — the anchor story for the book — so we don’t get the full issue. So while other members of the Young Avengers will be making an appearance, this story stars Marvel Boy, Hulkling and Prodigy. Hulkling’s a favorite of mine, and I’m not sure if that’s because I’ve got a soft spot for shapeshifters or because I love how he and Wiccan fit together, but the fact Wiccan’s not there on this mission — and that Prodigy is — will be part of this too.

RELATED: Ryan North Celebrates 25 Issues of “Adventure Time”

You’re picking up the Young Avengers following a highly acclaimed and stylized run by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie. How does what you and artist Ramon Villalobos are doing with the team compare to Gillen and McKelvie’s work?

It’s funny, once this story was announced I started talking to Kieron about the Young Avengers and he’s been really supportive. But they’re different things to compare: the Gillen/McKelvie run goes for a year and is conceived of in terms of a “season,” while this is a much shorter one-shot story.

I love how Kieron and Jamie set up the YA and really let their personalities show through, and I want to continue that. It’s harder in a shorter story to fit everything you want into it, but I think I’ve found a way. This’ll be a pretty dense, high-action story, but with the same Young Avengers feel/feels you remember. Hopefully?

The story follows Marvel Boy, Hulkling and Prodigy as they run afoul of the Hood

What sets your “Original Sins” story in motion? Does it involve the Young Avengers uncovering a dark secret about themselves? Is there anything you can share about that secret without is there anything you can tell us about that secret without tipping your hand?

Unlike probably a lot of the “Original Sin” adjacent stories, this one isn’t about a deep dark secret being discovered about our heroes. So that’s nice! Nobody has to worry about Teddy’s secret True Form being revealed to be a yellow stretchy dog. But it does involve secrets, and I think what the past few years have shown us is that who knows what — and when — can becritical. All I can say right now is that the Young Avengers have a personal reason for getting involved in the first place.

We know the primary antagonist in your “Original Sins” story will be the Hood. What do you find most interesting about the character? What makes him a good adversary for the Young Avengers?

Hood’s like this alternate Spider-Man, you know? “With great power comes great opportunity” is his phrase that I keep coming back to: here’s a guy who gets powers and thinks, “All right, I can make some money with this.” Which Spider-Man did too, actually, but then he realizes he needs to help people after he gets in trouble with that. Hood’s never made it that far along in his moral development, but it’s not like he’s evil. He wants to help people! Just the people he likes: his family, his friends, himself. I think that’s an interesting place to start with someone, and putting someone like that up against the Young Avengers should be a lot of fun.

In the past the Hood has acted both as a solo villain and as the head of his own gang of super-powered criminals. Will he have any help in “Original Sins?”

His gang of super-powered criminals didn’t work out too well for Hood, so he’s back to working with only the people he can really trust. That includes himself, obviously, but there’s some other people he’d like to have helping him, if he can get to them in time.

Let’s move on to some other elements of your “Original Sins” story. What can you tell us about tone, scope, and scale of your tale?

In one sense it’s a smaller story than what we’ve seen before, so there’s no alien invasions of Earth or mind-control parasites. But on the other hand the Young Avengers are fighting for something that could change the entire planet’s development, so the stakes are about as high as they’ve ever been!

I think the most important part of the YA is the team: the people on it and how they connect with each other. And these people like each other! They’re a team because they choose to be a team, not because they have to. I’m interested in exploring their relationships and having a good time hanging out with these people. Being a superhero is amazing (everyone should try it) — so I’m trying to make this a fun and amazing story.

Artist Ramon Villalobos will bring your story to life. What do you feel he brings to the book?

RELATED: Ryan North Gives “The Midas Flesh” a Shine for BOOM!

EXCLUSIVE: “Original Sins” art by Ramon Villalobos

Oh, Ramon’s great! We e-mailed before we started working on the comic seriously and he’s a great guy and really interested in telling the best stories he can. I’ve seen some of his pencils and inks so far for #1 and he’s been taking what I’ve written and running with it, which is awesome. His style is so ruffled, his characters and places really have this sense of having been lived in, which makes them feel realistic — and in a superhero book, that’s exciting. I think people will be seeing the Young Avengers in this new light when they see how Ramon brings them to life.

For anyone who might be discovering your work for the first time with “Original Sins,” what else would you recommend readers check out to familiarize themselves with your work?

If you’re saying “who is this Ryan guy and what’s he gonna do to my babies, the Young Avengers” (which is, almost verbatim, one of the Tumblr posts I saw when this was announced) then I’d recommend you check out "Dinosaur Comics," my daily strip about talking dinosaurs; “Adventure Time,” I’ve been making these comics since they launched in 2012 with Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline on art, and we’ve won an Eisner for it, which is rad; "The Midas Flesh, a monthly comic I’ve been writing that’s more superhero-y — it’s about King Midas in space, and his dead body being used as a super weapon to destroy entire worlds by turning them into gold.

That should be enough reading for now!

"Original Sins" begins in June from Marvel Comics.

CBR: TRUTH IS A DANGEROUS WEAPON IN EWING’S “LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD”

In the Marvel Universe, truth can cut you metaphorically and literally, especially if you run afoul of the title character of the new "Loki: Agent of Asgard" ongoing series by writer Al Ewing and artist Lee Garbett. In his solo title Loki employs both his wits and a number of magical weapons including a sword made out of truth to carry out espionage missions for the All-Mother, a triumvirate of goddesses that rule Asgardia.

In the months ahead Loki will need to keep his wits about him and arm himself with all the magical weapons he can find because he’s about to become embroiled in some dangerous situations involving the immortal Asgardian hero Sigurd the Ever Glorious and the specter of his old and malevolent self. CBR News spoke with Ewing about his plans for “Loki: Agent of Asgard” and some of the larger themes of the book.

CBR News: Al, after reading the first three issues of Loki: Agent of Asgard” it feels like one of the main themes you’re exploring in this book is the concept of truth and lies and the comfort and harm that can come from both. Is that sort of the overall theme of your work on this series?

Writer Al Ewing talks about the dangerous nature of lies in “Loki: Agent of Asgard”

Al Ewing: I can’t say I planned on that particular theme from the outset, but it’s in the mix now and I’ve learned to play the hands I unconsciously deal myself. How the truth can hurt — and how it can be used as a weapon — is a theme that seems so obvious now that I can’t believe I didn’t intend to have it in there from the start. I mean, In “Loki: AoA” the truth is literally a sword, for goodness’ sake. I have no idea where my mind was. But I always like it when a theme bubbles up to the surface, unforced, through just writing the book — it feels organic.

Another idea that you seem interested in exploring is the concept of identity, especially in terms of how it’s related to gods. It can be a difficult quest for a human being to change who they are, but based on what I’ve read so far in “Loki: Agent of Asgard” and Kieron Gillen’s Loki stories that preceded this in books like"Journey Into Mystery" and "Young Avengers," it seems like it’s even harder for the gods of Asgard to change who they are. Is that correct? Is young Loki’s ultimate goal in this book the freedom to decide what and who he wants to be?

That’s one I did have in mind from the start, or almost from the start, and obviously it’s something that’s been floating around since he first came back to life. It’s something fairly important to me on a personal level — the idea of learning how to be yourself, to accept yourself, to not let other people’s ideas of you define who you are. I think that’s something that’s important to a lot of our readers as well. Unfortunately, it’s a more difficult proposition for a fictional character, especially in a medium that trends so strongly towards nostalgia. There’s a lot of forward momentum in comics, but it’s always hard-won and you never quite know what’ll stick, so the stakes for Loki are real and fairly high.

RELATED: Loki Will Be Bisexual, Occasionally Female in “Agent of Asgard”

In issue #3 we saw that young Loki isn’t the only one trying to control and shape the destiny of Loki’s younger self. Are you able to comment at all on the agenda of this older aspect of Loki’s that doesn’t seem to want to die? Is it as clearcut as the older Loki wanting to preserve his nefarious reputation? Is he literally at war with himself? Or is there something more complex going on that will become clearer as the series move forward?

It’s a little more complicated than you’re making it sound, but it’s also a little more simple than that so it evens out. Beyond that, I can’t comment much — except that for the first year, we wanted to give Loki a real challenge — and he’s always been his own worst enemy. I can say that very few people have managed to guess the truth behind Old Loki so far, but there have been one or two.

In that same issue the older Loki observed the younger Loki’s conversation with Verity Willis, a woman who can detect and see through all manner of lies, so much so that she can’t even distract herself with fiction. Verity is a new character, correct? What inspired her creation? And how would you describer her mental state after meeting Loki in issue #2? What was it like for her to meet a trickster god?

Ewing said that very few fans have figured out the truth behind the Old Loki’s presence in the book
EXCLUSIVE art by Lee Garbett from Issue #4

Verity is new. The hard thing about picking a supporting cast for Loki is that he can theoretically snow anybody, which kind of gets a little creepy. So I figured it’d be good to give him a friend who’d see through any crap he tried to pull, forcing him to be totally honest around her at all times. He said in #2 that he would eventually lie to her, but he hasn’t so far and I imagine it’ll be a bit of a moment when he finally does. She’ll see it, of course.

As for Verity’s mental state — fairly upbeat, considering. All her life she’s been unable to suspend her disbelief enough to really enjoy a good fantasy story. And now she’s met one.

Verity isn’t the only character in “Agent of Asgard” that has a pained relationship with the truth. Issue #3 brought the immortal Asgardian hero Sigurd, the Ever Glorious into the book. It seems like he functions as Loki’s opposite number these days in that legends depict him heroically but he’s often craven and self absorbed, while Loki’s legends depict him in a nefarious light and he’s struggling to be something more. Is that an apt comparison? What can you tell us about Sigurd’s role in the book moving forward?

That’s an excellent comparison! I hadn’t thought of Sigurd as the reverse Loki, but that does fit really well. Sigurd’s kind of sleazy, he’s been kind of sleazy for thousands of years, and he sees absolutely no reason to change now. His only real problem is that after millennia of running away from any kind of consequences for his actions, he’s now got some very pissed-off Valkyries waiting for him after he dies, which is apparently sooner than he’d like. So that’ll be a fun drama to explore over time.

Let’s talk a little more about the plot and themes of issues #4 and #5. In terms of genre is this a mash up of elements from heist stories, and modern day fantasy tales? What else can you tell us about what’s going on in this arc?

Well, #4 is where Sigurd comes back for his sword, for reasons that will become apparent and involve a special guest star from my other book, "Mighty Avengers." Who says this isn’t the Marvel Age of cross-promotional synergy, true believer? Anyway, if this issue was a “Community” episode it’d be called “Swashbuckling And Comparative Religion,” so make of that what you will.

RELATED: Ewing Exposes the “Original Sin” of the “Mighty Avengers”

As for #5 — that’s the end of the first trade and it’s where a lot of the pieces come together. Loki finally does an actual mission — some would say a mission impossible — but it wouldn’t be an issue of “Loki” if there weren’t some twists and turns coming from both Lokis. Questions will be answered, ulterior motives will be revealed. You don’t want to miss this.

After Sigurd, the Ever Glorious arrives, a character from Ewing’s “Mighty Avengers” shows up in #5
EXCLUSIVE interior art by Lee Garbett (L), #5 cover by Jenny Frison

What details and teases can you give us about the antagonists Loki is up against in issues #4-5?

In issue #4 — Sigurd! And an old enemy who wants a little payback. And we have a guest villain making a cameo in issue #5 as well, in one of the most visually stunning spreads I’ve ever seen from Lee. So even laying aside the incredible events that I’m not going to spoil, you should still buy it.

Artist Lee Garbett continues his work on the series with issues #4 and #5. You just mentioned the spread from #5, but which of his artistic strengths will be on display in upcoming issues and what do you feel he brings to the story you’re telling together?

When you see issue #5, you’ll know exactly what he brings, if you don’t already. After three issues of greatness, you may feel you’ve seen everything, but I proposed something he could do for a particular scene in #5, he went for it big-time and it’s turned out incredibly well. You’ll see what I mean when we get there.

Finally, Loki’s missions so far as an “Agent of Asgard” have pretty much dealt with matters of internal security and recently we saw some interesting political situations with regard to Asgard and the other realms pop up in Jason Aaron’s "Thor: God of Thunder." Are you interested in exploring those situations? Will we see some political espionage stories in future installments of “Loki: Agent of Asgard?” Or, to put it in terms of Britain’s security services, is Loki more of an MI5-type agent than an MI6 one?

We will be exploring the political landscape of Asgard, and introducing a few hills and valleys of our own. Issues #4 and #5 take place before the shinola really hits the fan over in “Thor,” but once things really start happening we’re going to be right on board, so you can expect Loki to get involved with the politics of it all sooner or later. Whose side he’ll be on — well, your guess is as good as mine at this point.

I want to say a big thank you to our readers for picking up the book! Some people are making this their first comic in a long time, which is nice, and some people are making it their first comic at all, which is frankly mind-blowing. But I treasure everyone who loves and supports the book and this feels like a good opportunity to thank everyone for doing that and assure them — and anyone else happening upon this interview — that it’s only going to get better.

"Loki: Agent of Asgard" #4 is on sale May 7.

LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #5AL EWING (W) • LEE GARBETT (A)Cover by JENNY FRISON• Nobody else would have done it - because nobody else would have the nerve! Loki’s crew comes together to crack the deepest dungeons of Asgardia itself!• It’s the ultimate caper - but is there one plot twist too many for even the God of Trickery to handle?• This movie rated :( for tears before bedtime.32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99

LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #5
AL EWING (W) • LEE GARBETT (A)
Cover by JENNY FRISON
• Nobody else would have done it - because nobody else would have the nerve! Loki’s crew comes together to crack the deepest dungeons of Asgardia itself!
• It’s the ultimate caper - but is there one plot twist too many for even the God of Trickery to handle?
• This movie rated :( for tears before bedtime.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99

LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #4AL EWING (W) • LEE GARBETT (A)Cover by JENNY Frison• Ancient hero Sigurd wants his magic sword back from Loki… The All-Mother wants Sigurd back from Midgard…• …and Loki wants to put a crew together for a caper that’ll rock the nine realms.• Somebody’s going to get what they want.32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99

LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #4
AL EWING (W) • LEE GARBETT (A)
Cover by JENNY Frison
• Ancient hero Sigurd wants his magic sword back from Loki… The All-Mother wants Sigurd back from Midgard…
• …and Loki wants to put a crew together for a caper that’ll rock the nine realms.
• Somebody’s going to get what they want.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99