Godbomb: Part One of Five - Where Gods Go to Die last edited by The_Kidd on 10/25/19 02:08AM View full history

    GODBOMB Part One of Five

    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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    Guess one Drink Wouldn't hurt.... 0

    Okaaaaaay.....i can't believe Jason aaron wrote this, the same guy who has been making Wolverine and the X-men, which is dead By the way, and incredible Hulk, which is beyond terrible( worse than Bruce Jones). But this? i did not expect this, in fact, i had been sure that the book would have lost steam by now, thats how this usually works, but wow, just wow. I know most people will argue, but I am being 100% COMPLETELY NONE-BIAS here, this was honestly amazing.First things first, The art and col...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    All Thors Hate Time Travel 0

    Esad Ribic continues to basically draw with the tools of a god. Thor: God of Thunder is one of the most beautiful comic books I've ever read, and one that can still manage an amazing sense of dynamism. The specific touches to the style just make it an absolute perfect fit for the series, especially when it shows off such beyond-grand architecture.Jason Aaron has struck a perfect balance in dialogue in all aspects. One of the most impressive feats is the way he's balanced each of the three Thors...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Thor-sty For More 0

    We pick up right where we left Thor and Thor, with all the excitement and interest that goes with it. Honestly, this is purely an issue to set up greater things to come, but that doesn't mean it's bad; we get a lot to look forward to, some great character developments for both Thors and some of the minor characters to boot, and the ending is a particularly juicy cliffhanger. This is certainly not an issue to be missing out on, as this will be certainly a great ride....

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