Kuurth: Breaker of Stone looked rather the same as before he had Cytorrak's power stripped from him at one point, trivial a detail it might seem, and I still couldn't wrap my head around the logic behind Captain America's being bestowed Mjolnir when the man's trademark shield was shattered to pieces by the Serpent. Was it requisite to throw the hammer into a blaze of dragon fire in order that its ownership be passed on the first person it tried to land upon?
In the end, both the Serpent and Thor fell, as the prophecy had forewarned, the hammers flew back to their native realms. Odin returned to Asgard with the body of his brother, where the inhabitants were evacuated to planet Earth. One of the Asgardians spoke for a moment without the typical Shakespearean italics, probably on account of the fact that such an exclamation that begins with 'What the' doesn't deserve this privilege. Finally, we have a view of the World Tree or a dimensional rift of sorts (if they could show a little more prudence in putting labels wherever necessary) standing out from the quite peaceful surface of planet Earth.
The issue is also accompanied with previews of upcoming issues accounting the aftermath of the Fear Itself event, from The Fearless to The Defenders, two of which involved the Incredible Hulk, where in one the Hulk somehow separated himself from his weakling alter ego Bruce Banner, while in another the Hulk was forced to seek help from fellow Defender Doctor Strange in an effort to quell the supernatural threat that was Nul who was released when the Hulk, while still under Nul's influence, was deceived by one of the Forgiven to shatter the hammer during the Dracula tie-in.
Anyone noticed that Sin had a full nose when she was Skadi?