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Few people have ever left their mark on one character quite the way Walter Simonson has. His work on the Mighty Thor swept the Norse God of Thunder to heights never before seen and rarely achieved in his wake. Spanning epic tales of heroism and treachery, love and war, Simonson’s work is often considered the definitive Thor. From the majesty and mystery of fabled Asgard to the gritty streets of New York City, Thor was never the same. That is the mark of a true visionary. Collecting THOR #337-348.


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The origin of Beta Ray Bill! Surtur and the Twilight Sword! Donald Blake's final adventures? The Brave Balder no more? Loki and his mischiefous friend the Dark Elf Malakith! Lorelei and her crush on Thor! These are just sample of terrific elements and themes aproached by Walter Simonson, whose legacy on Thor is felt upon this days, like Jurgens using Malakith again, Bendis using Fafnir in the mini Avengers: Prime, not to mention Beta Ray Bill himself, perhaps the most important character sprung ...

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