JackStamper member 5pts So...instead of actually learning what happened and giving a fair judgement...Odin just throws both in a hoistile dimension and says "May the one not guilty survive!" Wow...talk about an archaic system! Loki, of course, cheats his way through every obstacle, while Thor uses brunt force and dedication. He does this, because Loki actually gave him the motivation by showing him the Enchantress and the Executioner threatening his love interest (yes, he does that to distract him, but it backfires predictably and hard). In the end, though, Thor just lost this duell...but Stans dialogue in the end kinda ruins the mood by saying, it's not all over yet. Still, interesting end!Interesting enough, the Teen Brigade notices the attack on Jane, and tries to contact just about veeryone...and we get to see, what all the heroes are doing, from Daredevil rushing towards the Submariner, to the Fantastic Four...not being there after an attack from the Frightful Four. The Avengers ARE there, but occupied with a meeting. And in fact, producing a continuity error: We see Iron Man, Giant-Man, Wasp and Captain America discussing things, but when Thor left in Avengers #16, Cap wasn't back yet. And he only came back, after the Avengers accepted Hawkeye, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch. But I guess they could've been in the backroom, or so...Tales of Asgard is nice and solid, Loki helping someone overthrow Thor by...pointing out the obvious, and trying to salvage his plan later on. When it failed, he himself is accused of helping Thor and thrown out of the kingdom. It's a nice story, but without anything groundbreaking or new...Still, all in all a nice story. Journey into mystery is on a good run right now!