Thors #2

    Thors » Thors #2 - The Jane Foster Murders released by Marvel on September 2015.

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    The Jane Foster Murders last edited by pikahyper on 01/06/22 11:28PM View full history

    The saga of the Battleworld police force continues!

    More murders. More mystery. More Thors! (Like GROOT THOR!)

    And maybe even a break in the case, as a surprising suspect is brought in for questioning...

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverChris Sprouse (p), Karl Story (i) & Dave McCaig (c)1
    VarVariant CoverDale Keown (a) & Jason Keith (c)2

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    Just Dumb 0

    It's just so dumb. Thor is such a great, compelling series, and they made it so dumb by having a bunch of different Thors investigating a bunch of different murders of Jane Foster. There is at least one Loki for a total of three distinct characters in this comic. Just stupid....

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Not Exactly a "Jane Doe" is She??? 0

    For a book like Thor, with only a few issues under it’s belt before Secret Wars stepped in and took over, I was worried that the story would rely too heavily on those last few issues, or that the current story would take it upon itself to just sort of take all the air out of that previous volume. I wondered how much emphasis this new story would have on the previous volume’s female Thor, and the fact that we just had a “reader only” reveal of her identity leading up to Se...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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