Thor: God of Thunder #12

    Thor: God of Thunder » Thor: God of Thunder #12 - Once Upon a Time in Midgard released by Marvel on October 2013.

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    THOR RETURNS TO MIDGARD! What does it mean to walk the Earth as a god?

    Where does Thor go and who does he see when he's not out saving the world with the Avengers?

    Also, the return of long-time love interest, Dr. Jane Foster.



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    Gentle Giant 0

    i've Been a fan of Jason Aaron's Thor Run, it's very consistent and quite frankly very good. His First arc was a great Success, easily Balancing the Dark tone, seriousness and the epic action. I'm very Glad that Jason Aaron decided to take one issue to Explore Thor's Character rather then Jumping on to the next big arc. That way we can take a break from all the threats and easily await what is to come.The Art is a Nice Change. It's Not really breathtaking or anything like that but you can see th...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    A Day in the Life 0

    Opening remarks:This was one of my favorite titles overall last year, even though the end of Godbomb was pretty anti-climactic. You can check out this and other reviews at my blog here.Story:The main thread of the story is surprisingly simple- we follow Thor as he conducts his relatively mundane godly duties. I say mundane, but there's no negative connotation attached to the word here.In the very beginning, we're privy to a flashback during which he's asked why he bothers coming to Midgard when ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    What an extremely humane side of Thor! THIS is comics brilliance. 0

    The review was originally posted on my blog here.To think, when I picked up the first issue of this series back in December last year, that I had considered the series to be of only passing interest. A full twelve issues later, here I am, a complete fan of Jason Aaron and the incredible spin he’s done on everybody’s favourite Thunder God. From a bit of a shaky beginning, Thor: God of Thunder has a come a long, long way, and is right now one of my favourite comics to read month after month. I lov...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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