The Mighty Thor #1

    The Mighty Thor » The Mighty Thor #1 - The Galactus Seed 1: The Silence released by Marvel on June 1, 2011.

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    The Galactus Seed 1: The Silence last edited by fesak on 12/05/20 02:09AM View full history


    It’s a shining, golden, new age for the Thunder God and Matt Fraction and Olivier Coipel are back to lead the charge! Thor and Sif dive deep into the heart of the fractured World Tree to reclaim an artifact from beyond time and space, an artifact that attracts the attention of the Silver Surfer. And when a herald such as he arrives on Earth, the arrival of his master is certain to follow. Prepare for the return of the World Eater…prepare for the return of Galactus! Fans can’t miss an all new behind the scenes look at the highly anticipated major motion picture with a sneak peek at some of the art!


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    Guess Who's Coming For Dinner? 0

    Why is the Silver Surfer and Galactus in a Thor comic? What reason could they possibly have to be here...?The Good This is a stand alone Thor series. Matt Fraction has promised that despite the fact he's writing Fear Itself, the current big Marvel event, this series will not be tied to it. When Fraction first mentioned that Galactus would be interested in Asgard, I couldn't believe it hadn't been done or addressed before. The first shot we see of Galactus commands respect as Olivier Coipel does ...

    9 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Too Many Things Going On 0

    Fraction pitches a lot of concepts and stories simultaneously in this first issue, making that the strong and weakest feats of it at the same time - strong because it shows our heroes Thor, Sif and Loki (?) in a quest of the most importance, obeying orders from Odin, something previous to Fear Itself # 1, and it allows Oliver Coipel to deliver the awesome art that is his style: action and movement, though I definitely enjoy his square faces and his own style - in the other hand, the multiple fa...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    something's gotta go 0

     for anyone who really digs Thor and wants to stick within the wheelhouse that makes Thor and Asgardian stories worth reading, make your way over to Journey Into Mystery.  I love reading Matt Fraction on Uncanny X-Men, sort of like him on Invincible Iron Man, am suspending judgment on Fear Itself, but DO NOT care for where he has Thor going.  It's somewhere between sci-fi and fantasy, and not really in a good way, but in that "why is a Norse god fighting weird, red goblin pirate things and...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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