A review by captwinghead
Angela: Asgard's Assassin: Priceless, by Le Beau L. Underwood, Marguerite Bennett, Scott Hanna, Stephanie Hans, Kieron Gillen, Phil Jimenez, Romulo Fajardo Jr., Clayton Cowles, Tom Palmer


Okay, this is the fastest I've read something since I started Invincible Iron Man. I'm finished??? That's it? [Tom Haverford voice] Noooooooooo.

I really loved this! I'm not usually a fan of Asgardian stories. Something about them just doesn't interest me but Angela. I love Angela!

This was so entertaining and I actually liked the scrolls and Asgardian way of telling tales. Angela is such an interesting character and I really felt for her. Admittedly, I'm a sucker for characters that are largely unemotional on the surface. This story does a much better job of making sure that you know she has feelings, they're just buried.

Interesting that Odinson and his family are the antagonists here. The plot was well timed. This is my first time reading about the character and even I knew she was going to save Laussa.

The story between Sera and Angela was so amazing. 10x better than many romances I've read so well done. Also, fantastic portrayal of a trans character. The writing is beautiful.

Loved the Guardians' role here as well.

I'm kind of in love with Angela and I can't wait to read more about her!