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    Thor: For Asgard #1

    Thor: For Asgard » Thor: For Asgard #1 - Asgard, Part 1 released by Marvel on November 2010.

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    Asgard, Part 1 last edited by gravenraven on 05/19/23 05:13PM View full history

    Beginning an epic adventure showcasing the God of Thunder as you've never seen him before! The vassals of Asgard are in armed revolt...Odin is missing...Balder is dead...and the entire continent is battered by a years-long winter. How can Thor put the empire back together - especially with his mighty hammer Mjolnir mysteriously denied him?

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    Oracle Towers Review #15: Stop!...hammer time. 0

        Writer: Robert Rodi   Art: Simone Bianchi   Colour: Simone Peruzzi   Letters: Cory Petit   Editor: Axel Alonso w/ Sebastian Girner       Windy weekend whirling, whipping, washing away the time. The weekend comes to a close with a hurricane earl hitting the east coast and i figured i would do a themed one to make up for the weekend. It was going to be storm and gambit but here i am doing Thor: For Asgard!. so having this dropped on my lap i decided to give it the old review. but i was bus...

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    Crank Up the Power Metal! 0

    Robert Rodi returns to chronicling tales of Thor in the ancient days of Asgard in Thor: For Asgard. This time he's paired with artist Simone Bianchi who does the entire tale in a sort of airbrushed looking art style.The story opens in Jotunheim where Thor, Tyr, and the Warriors Three, lead a host of Asgard against the rebel giants. They succeed, but only at the cost of many women and children. There is no rejoicing when they arrive home. Odin has gone missing, Balder has been slain, and Asgard i...

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