Thor #1

    Thor » Thor #1 - If He Be Worthy released by Marvel on November 2014.

    Who is the new GODDESS OF THUNDER?

    Short summary describing this issue.

    If He Be Worthy last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 09/20/21 10:18PM View full history

    The great hammer MJOLNIR lies on the moon, unable to be lifted by anyone in all the heavens! Even THOR!

    Something dark has befallen the God of Thunder, leaving him weakened and for the first time in forever... UNWORTHY!

    But when Frost Giants invade the Earth, the hammer will be lifted and an all-new Thor will arise! A Thor unlike any we've ever seen before!

    Who is this new GODDESS OF THUNDER? Not even Odin knows!

    JASON AARON teams with hot up-and-coming artist RUSSELL DAUTERMAN (CYCLOPS) to create a bold new chapter in the storied history of Thor!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverRussell Dauterman1
    VarVariant CoverSkottie Young5
    Var1:25 Retailer Incentive Variant CoverSara Pichelli6
    Var1:25 Retailer Incentive Variant CoverFiona Staples7
    Var1:50 Retailer Incentive Variant CoverEsad Ribic8
    Var1:50 Retailer Incentive Variant CoverAndrew Robinson9
    Var1:75 Retailer Incentive Variant CoverAlex Ross10
    Var1:300 Retailer Incentive Sketch Variant CoverAlex Ross11
    VarBlank Variant CoverNone12
    REMidtown Comics Exclusive CoverPaul Renaud13
    2ndSecond Printing CoverRussell Dauterman4
    3rdThird Printing CoverRussell Dauterman3
    4thFourth Printing CoverRussell Dauterman2

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    If She Be Worthy.... 0

    Thor no longer wields Mjolnir and has sunk to the deepest levels of despair. The Good:Jason Aaron & Russell Dauternan do a great job of conveying to the reader Thor's desperation over no longer being able to wield Mjolnir. From facial expressions to body language the reader is immediately able to sympathize with Thor's plight in this issue. Another great underlying issue in this comic is the rivalry between Freya and Odin. Freya has been in charge during his leave of absence and clearly has ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    May She Kick'th Much Ass!! 0

    The moment has arrived! Ever since it was announced on the View all comic book fans have been talking about is the new Thor. Marvel wanted to change things up, and this issue definitely does that, but just to warn people, this first issue is setting the stage so we only get an introduction to this new character, as most of the issue deals with Thor's fall as he can no longer lift his beloved hammer. For those of you scratching your heads asking when the hell this happened, in issue #7 of Origina...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    She-Thor is a terrible Introduction 0

    I've already had enough problems with a new Female "Thor" replacing the God of Thunder. But this new comic is just bad. It does not show anything new other than Thor cannot lift his hammer for some reason. And the last shot of the comic shows the "New Thor" lifting the hammer WITHOUT doing anything. Seriously, nothing happens. It is a terrible introduction to a terrible change to such a beloved character. I am not nor will I ever refer to this new character as "Thor", because there is only one ...

    2 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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