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  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel - US (14 Nov. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785165401
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785165408
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 0.6 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 534,684 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pink Fluffy Bunny TOP 50 REVIEWER on 19 Sept. 2013
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The story running through issues #637 & 638 of Journey into Mystery, New Mutants #12 & #13, and Exiled #1 is collected as Journey Into Mystery/New Mutants: Exiled. The adventure begins in Exiled #1, in which a neighbour of the New Mutants witnesses Leah delivering a Hel-puppy to the New Mutants' new house. (Long story - see Journey Into Mystery Vol. 3: The Terrorism Myth). He mistakes her for Hela, and starts to spy on them, which they notice. Danni goes across the street to have a word, which leads to him panicking and suddenly all Hel/Hell breaks loose as the Disir escape from Hel (thanks to a prior appointment), leading to Thor, the Warriors Three, Hela, Tyr and who knows who all arriving at said street. The mysterious neighbour reveals himself to be Sigurd the Ever Glorious, yet another forgotten god from the dawn of Asgard, pursued through the ages by the Disir; he whips out a scroll, read a spell and all the Agardians and related beings vanish. The New Mutants then find themselves having breakfast the following day... They manage to work out that something happened when Sigurd read the scroll, but as they are planning what to do next, the car-repair-man knocks at the door to return their car. Obviously, he's Thor. They quickly work out that the missing Asgardians have been merged into their local reality - even the Hel-dogs - and, pausing only to recruit the annoying local kid who should be Loki, set out to right everything.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JEI on 27 Jan. 2013
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All centred around an unattractive character, newly introduced as a previously unknown Asgardian. Thankfully he gets his eventual comeuppance.
The language and storytelling around the rest of the Asgardians can get a bit annoying to read.
Best part about the book is the real origin of the Disir and the completed details of why they were originally exiled. For this reason I think it is worth the read. An important story for Thor fans, to complete a piece of Asgardian history.
Oh, and New Mutants are okay... and the Devil gets reason to get even with Loki.
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After having stayed away for a long time from the Asgard franchise because of the way Straczynski had been driven away I gave the Journey into Mystery run of Kieron Gillen a try having read so much praise about it. The first collection of this run made me hooked; the two following volumes were rather disappointing. Meanwhile I have read Gillen's Thor run in the omnibus collection too; and now it was "Exiled". I have to say this volume is the culmination of Gillen's work on the characters until now.
The book consists of the "Exiled" one-shot, JIM #637-638 and New Mutants #42-43, all co-written by Gillen and Abnett/Lanning with art of the genial Carmine Di Giandomenico. This must have been an editorial piece of work, because these five books that read so smoothly appeared within only two months of real-time. It is a real cross-over being parts of one story published in different magazines.
Without spoiling too much: Those whose name may not be spoken aloud play a central role in this story, Loki and Mephisto top each other scheming, and Thor and a lot of other Asgardians get both their heroic and their comical moments. The characterization of the New Mutants is so interesting that I might pick up some collection of their own title too in the near future.
If you are interested in a modern (or post-modern) interpretation of Nordic myths with fun reading and a pinch of irony you are highly invited to read this book.
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Not an entirely successful mix of two comic lines. I don't read New Mutants normally, and I really struggled to identify with the characters.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
fun, adventure story 28 Feb. 2013
By Jem - Published on Amazon.com
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I love superhero films, but only recently jumped into reading Marvel comics. As a newbie, I began with the new Journey into Mystery trade volumes because you don't need to have read anything else to follow the stories. I admit my interest stemmed from wanting to read about the new Loki, reincarnated as a kid/teen. I ordered the first four volumes (beginning with Journey into Mystery, Vol. 1: Fear Itself); this volume is an off-shoot of the main four. It is a stand-alone story that takes place within the same time frame as the others, but is not tied directly to them. I recommend reading them first, but it isn't absolutely necessary.

It begins with the New Mutants (a team of teenage x-men) moving into the house directly across from an unusual & secretive person. He turns out to be the Asgardian Sigurd and when he reveals himself, he inadvertently summons the dreaded cannibal DISIR to his location. This in turn attracts Thor, Loki, Hel and various others. Sigurd casts a spell that causes the Asgardians to lose their memories and become "normal" people. It's up to the New Mutants, with some help from Loki, to fix reality. What I enjoyed most about this book was learning about the DISIR and how they came to be. The story occasionally breaks the fourth wall, speaking directly to readers, which was an interesting story-telling device. One minor criticism I have is that the author worked a little too hard to make the teens sound "modern." In a few instances, it felt forced and oddly out of date. The artwork is vivid and I though it flowed with the story perfectly. It's not the best I have seen so far (that'd be Olivier Coipel) but served the story well.

Overall, this was a fun adventure story that is well worth reading. I have enjoyed JiM so much; I branched into reading Thor comics. Marvel does a brilliant job of pulling a reader into their world. Highly recommended.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Asgard at the Center of a Crossover 21 Nov. 2012
By S. H. Wells - Published on Amazon.com
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Collecting:
-Exiled #1
-Journey into Mystery #637-638
-New Mutants #42-43

I have read the New Mutants for a long time, so naturally I picked up this collection. While I don't know much about Journey into Mystery, the story of a supernatural battle centered on Dani Moonstar carries the day. The result was a New Mutants story arc that was heavily invested in Asgadian lore, but still a good read.

The Plot:
Cannibal Asgardian monsters are set loose. A bit of magic sends the Asgardians into everyday life in San Francisco. And Dani Moonstar, as Hela's Valkyrie, with the New Mutants must figure out a solution. I did enjoy the exploration of Dani's Asgardian side. The Asgardian gods in the workaday world was also humorous.

The Art:
Carmine Di Giandomenico's artwork is quite distinct. There is an interesting use of lines, lighting, shading and shadows. Overall, I enjoyed the artwork. I would recommend it to other comic fans.

Overall:
If you are into Marvel's Asgard (maybe readers of Thor) will also enjoy this story. New Mutants fans will probably find the foray into Asgardian mythology a bit tangential, but also enjoyable.
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Good story, too bad about the art. 13 Jan. 2013
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Such a smashing story and the resolution of the Disir arc! Wow! Plus, guest appearances by the New Mutants, what's not to love? The art, that's what. A definite drop from the usual JIM quality. Would have been 3 stars max except I love how the Disir were handled.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Odd mash-up, not the best result 11 Nov. 2012
By 1AnimeFan - Published on Amazon.com
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POSSIBLE SPOILERS

This book ties up some threads from the past 30 or so issues of the Marvel Comics series Thor/Journey Into Mystery, specifically events around the Disir.

As the description indicates, the Disir are essentially Asgardian cannibals, cursed to only be able to consume the flesh of dead Asgardians who are not in Valhalla or Hel; as Asgardians really only end up in Valhalla or Hel, they usually are starving.

The events of this book are setoff when the New Mutants just so happen to move to San Francisco right across from the God who was responsible for cursing the Disir. Eventually the Disir and other Asgardians show up, and a spell is setoff that robs the Asgardians of their powers and memories and integrates them as mortals in the San Francisco neighborhood. Eventually the New Mutants and Kid Loki realize something is wrong and they team-up to fix the situation.

While I do follow both Journey Into Mystery and New Mutants, I am not a fan of crossovers between relatively unconnected series. As I mentioned, this storyline ties up many events from the last few years of Thor and Journey Into Mystery (and in some big ways retcons what were previously told), so any new readers are probably going to get lost in this storyline.
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