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    Throughout the ages, the gods of the Marvel Universe have been vanishing, their mortal worshippers left in chaos. NOW! the Mighty Thor follows a trail of blood that threatens to consume his past, present and future selves. The only hope for these ravaged worlds lies with the God of Thunder unraveling the gruesome mystery of the God Butcher!


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    4.2 stars

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    And He Would Have Worlds With Thee! 0

    I have been a fan of Thor as a character for years and longer than I've been a comic book fan. This is due to my obsession as a child for myths and mythological God's. It also helped at along with Arthurian, Egyptian and Greek mythology Norse was one of my favourites and the most interesting. I have also enjoyed the comic series' over the last few years enjoying J. Michael Straczynski and Matt Fraction's runs especially. I was however sceptical when I heard Jason Aaron would be doing the new ser...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    A God Thor-Ever 0

    I never really 'got' Thor, not as a Marvel character at least. I loved the movie and the subsequent Avengers movie, but as for Thor in the comics, it never appealed to me. What's the focus? Thor as Thor? Thor as a superhero? Both? Secret Identity? I dunno, I never really tried, I hadn't tried much Marvel before recently. But I've been pleasantly surprised by the quality in a lot of the Marvel Now stuff, and a friend of mine was picking up this series, giving it heaps of praise, and I felt I had ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Past, Present, and Future (Indoor Plumbing, It's Gonna Be Big) 0

    I don't know what took me so long to actually getting around to this, although, admittedly, I wasn't sure of what of Jason's I would enjoy after Wolverine and the X-Men. However, I'm glad I finally picked this series up, as it's one of the best out there.We see our titular hero at three points of his life; as a young lad, thirsty for adventure, as the hero we know of today, and as an old king who has seen some hardship. And, in this way, we see an extreme progression of the character, yet they a...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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