JackStamper member 5pts So...this story has so many points of Fridge Logic. Let's look at them, shall we? If Odin needs the whole sleep to keep his immortality, does an aborted sleep mean no immortality anymore?`Why was it so important for Odin to wake up, when he wasn't even allowed to interfere with the battle? Yeah, I know, Thor had an idea, but it really makes the whole point...pointless, doesn't it? If it was so easy to capture Loki efficiently, and order him to forced labor, why didn't Odin do this any other instance he did something wrong? And why didn't Thor just tell and show him, what he found?Still, it was a nice story, besides these points. And Tales of Asgard now starts to introduce more and more characters. While there are 4-5 new named characters of varying importance, this issue focused on Volstagg, which leads to a few funny lines. Nothing really of important here...but a nice setup: It's not just Thor and Loki going after the evil, they have a crew with them. The only question: Where are they sailing to? Do they have any direction at all?