Thor: God of Thunder #6

    Thor: God of Thunder » Thor: God of Thunder #6 - What the Gods Have Wrought released by Marvel on May 2013.

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    What the Gods Have Wrought last edited by Phantom25 on 04/06/24 10:31AM View full history

    Somewhere at the end of the time, all the gods of the universe are enslaved, working to build a machine that will forever change the face of creation.

    What is...the Godbomb? And what can Thor, the last free god in all the cosmos, do to stop it?



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    There will Always Be One God Left. 0

    When i first picked up This title, i was really intrigued by what was gorr's motivation, i mean, a man doesn't just set out to kill Every god in the universe just for fun, well he does enjoy is 'work' but thats not the point. Anyways, we finely get an origin story for gorr, and what he wants to do with his plans.The story, the idea of how Gorr became such a monster, is...generic, good, but unfortunately generic. I know many people would disagree with me, but the" They killed my whole family ' st...

    9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    The Origin of a Butcher 0

    The second arc is here and it starts now.It continues with the new villain Gorr and this may be a let down for some big Thor fans because in the issue he doesn't appear at all.We have came to the moment where Jason Aaron is telling us the origin of this blood thirsty villain that is a God Butcher and it should turn out good because it's always good to know what is driving the villain to his acts.We travel back when Gorr was a kid and almost like every psycho in comic books or a supervillain he h...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    The Origin of Nihilism 0

    I enjoyed Butch Guice's artwork on Resurrection Man, but it hasn't advanced so much since the 90's. But honestly his art isn't bad, it's just.... it has the unfortunate task of following Esad Ribic, and Esad Ribic has spent 5 issues detailing us on why he is the perfect artist for this series, and he achieved that completely once each and every damn page. Guice's art just looks a little generic and simplistic by comparison. It's still good art, just.... yeah.As his butcher mission wrapped up las...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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