War of the Realms Omega #1: Review

Jul 2019
Jason Aaron, Ron Garney

Story Name:

God and the Devil Walk into a Church

Review & Comments

4 stars

War of the Realms Omega #1 Review by (July 10, 2019)

Review: Pretty nice set of semi-stories serve their purpose of setting up a new series of titles for Marvel. Me, I think Jane Foster came off the best.

Comments: Wrap-up to WAR OF THE REALMS and lead-in to various new series. Origin of Jane Foster as the new Valkyrie. First appearance of Drrf.  


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

War of the Realms Omega #1 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

Heimdall finds Daredevil brooding over the power he had as the God without Fear and wanting to hold onto the sword for just a little longer. Heimdall praises his performance as a god though DD is skeptical. He wishes he could have retained the omniscience so as to see how everything turned out after the war. Heimdall raises the sword and offers to take DD to have a look together....

“The Job I Have to Do”

Writer: Al Ewing & Jason Aaron. Art: Cafu. Colors: Jesus Aburtov. Letters: Joe Sabino.

Synopsis: Dr. Jane Foster visits the morgue where the bodies of the slaughtered Valkyries lie. Her friend Lisa Halloran looks in on her and Jane shows her the bracelet that was the War Thor's hammer that shattered and became a part of her. Thor enters on his mission to bear his people to their rest but there is no more Valhalla; Jane realizes that Thor is despondent over having lost his faith as well as his friends. The spirit of Brunnhilde rises and asks Jane if she would accept the task of taking their place; Jane agrees and is transformed into a new Valkyrie....

“Born Small”

Writer: Daniel Kibblesmith. Art: Oscar Bazadula. Colors: David Curiel. Letters: Clayton Cowles.

Synopsis: In Jotunheim, a band of Frost Giants grouse about Loki becoming their new king. They chase the mischievous dwarf Frost Giant Drrf and they encounter Loki. The God of Mischief befriends the tiny giant, warning him that some people can't tell fun from mischief. The other giants arrive and though they recognize Loki as their king they demand to punish Drrf. Loki casts a spell to protect them but Drrf, a pacifist, interferes with the result that Drrf is transformed into the largest of the Frost Giants. The others depart and Drrf returns to his normal size and becomes Loki's right-hand man....

“War Orphans”

Writer: Gerry Duggan. Art: Juan Ferreyra. Colors: Juan Ferreyra. Letters: Cory Petit.

Synopsis: In the ruins of New York, Punisher comes upon a group of people looting a supermarket; he tells them to put it all back and uses a flamethrower to roast a dead giant for them. Moving on he faces a giant hound and calmly blows its head off. He finds a bunch of Asgardians drinking in a bar and shoots a glass out of one reveler's hand. Thor arrives and tells the guys that the time for feasting is not yet, the dead must be buried first. Thor offers help to Frank but he heads off to a meeting at dawn. In a cemetery he meets a man named Jones and tells him that the monster who killed his wife and child got away but he will continue to hunt it down. Jones introduces him to a band of orphans whose families were killed by monsters—and Frank is a monster hunter....

Epilogue: Having shown Daredevil the war's aftermath, Heimdall presents him with a pair of fighting sticks carved from Yggdrasil to remind him that he was once the God without Fear. They hear a cry for help from a mugging victim not far away and they act together for Midgard....

Ron Garney
Ron Garney
Matt Milla
Phil Noto (Cover Penciler)
Phil Noto (Cover Inker)
Phil Noto (Cover Colorist)
Letterer: Joe Sabino.


Listed in Alphabetical Order.


(Matt Murdock)

(Loki Laufeyson)

(Frank Castle)


Plus: Drrf.

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