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ORIGINAL SIN 5.3 (SIN, WITH DIGITAL CODE)

Original Sin (2014) #5.3

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THOR: THE TENTH REALM • Thanks to the events of ORIGINAL SIN, the deepest secret of the Nine Realms is revealed... a Tenth Realm! • Thor and Loki embark on a quest to discover this strange new world -- and the sister Thor never knew he had... Angela! • But can Loki be trusted? And will brother and sister murder each other before the truth comes out?
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 75960608034200311
  • FOC Date: Jul 14, 2014
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JackStamper
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This story gets better and better. I'm really on the fence, wether Loki actually turned to them (which still would be logical, seeing his treatment) or only pretends to (which he is capable of, and seeing as he really doesn't want to turn evil, it's more in character), but either way, the backstory fits perfectly into Asgardian myths, and the angels form a nice contrast to the other realms. For them, any kind of promise, of coalition they form is only active for as long as their partner is the highest bidder - and they don't know, why they should be loyal for any other reason, seeing as they don't value honor, since it's nothing tangible. Or, to make it more clear: If you ally yourself with frost giants, you know they will betray you. If you ally yourself with angels, they might betray you, but only to come back to you and raise their price, meaning they will stay loyal, as long as you can match their demands.

Something Odin didn't want. It might have been more intelligent to pay them this one time, and then cut the bonds afterwards, so Asgard doesn't have to fight everyone at once...but well, that's history, and maybe a sign, that Asgard values pride and honor a bit TOO much. Because quite frankly: pride isn't a deadly sin for nothing, and honor really is overrated (I especially dislike instances, where honor is viewed as more important than life, or even health).

Well, two more issues. Which means, we probably get a lot of talking next issue and the setup for the final fight, and then...well, exactly that. Let's continue...