Thor #619

    Thor » Thor #619 released by Marvel on March 2011.

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    With Ol' One Eye seated again on the throne of Asgard, learn ye now the story of the World Tree-- the birth of spacetime itself! Speaking of Odin... guess who's got one eye and isn't exactly thrilled to see young Loki again? And as the refugees of nine worlds brace for the relentless invasion by the dark gods of the Tenth World, hoping against hope they'll live to see tomorrow, two of Asgard's most mighty ready themselves to make the ultimate sacrifice! This is it, true believers-- the last moment of daylight before the skies rip open and rain down blood... and the WORLD EATERS... next stop MIDGARD!!



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    First Blood 0

    The story that Fraction is weaving for 5 issues now is very solid and it promises to be a combat worhty of the mightiest gods, to be a fight so rumbling that all Midgard and the 9 worlds wouldn´t be able to sleep quietly by night. The conquerers of the shadows are coming and the Asgardians will have to be bold and brave, specially because Siege has happened not from far and now they face great perill again. The story told by Odin is very good and I´m very fond with the dialogues of him and Thor,...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Review: Thor #619 0

    Odin's back again and he isn't happy. Not at all. But with the first king of Asgard returned, what horrible fate lies for the acting king?  The Good Ferry gets to riff on some similar ideas he explored during his clipped stint on Mr. Miracle and I'm pleased to see him taking those ideas as far as he has. While staying true to the viking fashion, the new designs here have a Tron-style cyberpunk edge that gives the whole thing a really cool balance of classical and futuristic. And Fraction's got ...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Thor, huh? 0

    This is definitely not Kieron Gillen's Thor. There's no denying that I loved Gillen's run on Thor and I was very sad to see him leave this particular title. Gillen's Thor was more poetic, more Shakespearean, more interesting altogether. However, I'd be lying if I said that I hate how Fraction is handling the book. I think that Fraction is making it interesting enough to keep reading, it's just very watered down. Gillen's Thor is exactly how I would imagine the perfect Thor book to be. Fraction i...

    0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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