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The Power Of Thor Avengers Disassembled: Thor Hailing from the heavenly city of Asgard, Thor is a god amongst men. Vowing to protect Earth with hammer in hand, he is one of Marvel's most iconic heroes. In 1962, comicbook kings Stan Lee and Jack Kirby sent the Marvel Universe skywards in Journey into Mystery #83, introducing readers to the Mighty Thor! Marvel at the God of Thu The Power Of Thor Avengers Disassembled: Thor Hailing from the heavenly city of Asgard, Thor is a god amongst men. Vowing to protect Earth with hammer in hand, he is one of Marvel's most iconic heroes. In 1962, comicbook kings Stan Lee and Jack Kirby sent the Marvel Universe skywards in Journey into Mystery #83, introducing readers to the Mighty Thor! Marvel at the God of Thunder's first tales, before gazing in the maw of Ragnarok, as creators Michael Avon Oeming and Andrea DiVitto present Asgard's fabled last days. Features: Journey Into Mystery #83 and Thor Vol.2 #80-85


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The Power Of Thor Avengers Disassembled: Thor Hailing from the heavenly city of Asgard, Thor is a god amongst men. Vowing to protect Earth with hammer in hand, he is one of Marvel's most iconic heroes. In 1962, comicbook kings Stan Lee and Jack Kirby sent the Marvel Universe skywards in Journey into Mystery #83, introducing readers to the Mighty Thor! Marvel at the God of Thu The Power Of Thor Avengers Disassembled: Thor Hailing from the heavenly city of Asgard, Thor is a god amongst men. Vowing to protect Earth with hammer in hand, he is one of Marvel's most iconic heroes. In 1962, comicbook kings Stan Lee and Jack Kirby sent the Marvel Universe skywards in Journey into Mystery #83, introducing readers to the Mighty Thor! Marvel at the God of Thunder's first tales, before gazing in the maw of Ragnarok, as creators Michael Avon Oeming and Andrea DiVitto present Asgard's fabled last days. Features: Journey Into Mystery #83 and Thor Vol.2 #80-85

30 review for Thor

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dony Grayman

    Los héroes más poderosos de Marvel, tomo 32. Tomo dedicado a Thor con portada de Steve Epting pero con sagas a cargo de otros: los hombres de piedra de Saturno de Lee, Lieber y Kirby y el Ragnarok de Oeming y Divitio.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    Marvel's Mightiest Heroes Book 11. In the first of two stories here we get the first ever appearance of the modern Marvel Comics Thor, as Doctor Donald Blake finds a staff in Norway which turns out to actually be the mighty hammer Mjolnir. The second story tells of Ragnarok; the death of the gods and the fall of Asgard itself. The first story is an iconic piece of Marvel lore and is a fun mash-up of Norse mythology and 1960s science fiction, with the newly empowered Thor going toe-to-toe with the Marvel's Mightiest Heroes Book 11. In the first of two stories here we get the first ever appearance of the modern Marvel Comics Thor, as Doctor Donald Blake finds a staff in Norway which turns out to actually be the mighty hammer Mjolnir. The second story tells of Ragnarok; the death of the gods and the fall of Asgard itself. The first story is an iconic piece of Marvel lore and is a fun mash-up of Norse mythology and 1960s science fiction, with the newly empowered Thor going toe-to-toe with the 'Stone Men from Saturn'. It's good fun but I found that here it's spoiled somewhat by having been recoloured with modern digital techniques. Sometimes these modern updatings work fine, but here it clashes really badly with Jack Kirby's iconic art style, robbing the story of some of its classic provenance. I was particularly impressed by the second story (variously called 'Avengers Disassembled: Thor' and 'Ragnarok' depending on which title page you're looking at here) which takes Thor back to the character's mythological roots. Michael Avon Oeming and Daniel Berman do a great job of capturing the tone of classic Norse mythology and there is a distinct air of both melancholy and inevitability to the events of Ragnarok which feels very appropriate to the cataclysmic passing of an entire pantheon of gods. * More reviews here: https://fsfh-book-review2.webnode.com/ *

  3. 4 out of 5

    Benja Calderon

    Incluir la primera aparición de Thor: bien Tomar una de las historias más importantes de Thor en los últimos 20 años: excelente Recolorear digitalmente la primera aparición: HORRIBLE De verdad, le daría 5 estrellas porque es un buen tomo, le quito 2 porque MUERTE A LOS RECOLOREADOS DIGITALES DE COMICS CLASICOS.... MUERTE

  4. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    Interesting enough read, but nothing superb. Thor must go farther than his father, Odin, to get insight into the past, present, and future. Typical apocalyptic storyline.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah-Jayne Briggs

    (This review may contain spoilers). Having been drawn into the world of Marvel through the Thor movies, I was really excited to have Thor's part in this collection arrive. I did try to wait... but I couldn't resist, since in movie verse, I'd class Thor as my favourite Marvel superhero. I was interested to see Thor's first appearance. While it was confusing to see an apparently ordinary mortal be able to become Thor, but still retain his memories as Donald Blake, I think the information at the end (This review may contain spoilers). Having been drawn into the world of Marvel through the Thor movies, I was really excited to have Thor's part in this collection arrive. I did try to wait... but I couldn't resist, since in movie verse, I'd class Thor as my favourite Marvel superhero. I was interested to see Thor's first appearance. While it was confusing to see an apparently ordinary mortal be able to become Thor, but still retain his memories as Donald Blake, I think the information at the end (and what I've read in previous volumes) explained things fairly well. I did notice the big contrast between Thor's first appearance and the final set of comics. It was intensely sad to see Thor choose to send his Avenger friends back to Earth, rather than let them fight alongside him. And although I knew what was likely to come with it being Ragnarok, I was still drawn into what was happening with the characters and I cared about their fates. I didn't get to see much of Thor acting as more of a hothead, but it was interesting to see how he'd matured in the second set of comics. I enjoyed seeing the brotherhood he shared, not just with his fellow Asgardians, but with his friends from the other realms as well. I thought it was interesting to get glimpses of some of the other realms. While there didn't seem to be much going on in Earth, the other realms were clearly affected. And it was good to be able to see various others, such as glimpses of Fenrir and Jormungand... also Hela. It was a bit disappointing that many of the villains didn't seem to have much in the way of redeeming qualities, though. I thought it was good to see that Thor had to make sacrifices and that, although he was reluctant to do so, he still did what was needed. I thought it was especially scary to learn about the cycles, though I would have liked to know a few more details about how it all worked. Although Thor isn't my favourite Marvel character in the comic verse, it was good to see his origins and I do like him as a superhero. In the future, I do hope to read more of his comics... and I'd especially like to see more of his relationship with Loki.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Johnny Andrews

    Here we have a digitally touched up first appearance of Thor and Donald Blake as the Doctor whilst on holiday comes across the gnarled cane which becomes Thor's hammer thus turning the mortal into the God of thunder and he learns to us his power and take on invading aliens. The main story chosen is another Ragnarok, the art is brilliant, each panel bursts out with grim life as the world of Asgard is in the throes of the end of days, thanks to Loki. This is not a fun story but a brutal one as Thor Here we have a digitally touched up first appearance of Thor and Donald Blake as the Doctor whilst on holiday comes across the gnarled cane which becomes Thor's hammer thus turning the mortal into the God of thunder and he learns to us his power and take on invading aliens. The main story chosen is another Ragnarok, the art is brilliant, each panel bursts out with grim life as the world of Asgard is in the throes of the end of days, thanks to Loki. This is not a fun story but a brutal one as Thor has the hammer break and must rely on himself but to do that he must find himself. Couldn't put it down!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Fugo Feedback

    Recuerdo poquísimo de esta saga, más allá de que la historia primigenia de los cosos de piedra de Saturno era bastante entretenida y la del Ragnarok moderno no estaba mal y se veía bastante bien.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mary-Jane

    Such a shame to only give 2 stars, as Thor is one of my favourite Marvel characters. But I just couldn't get into this story at all. Such a shame to only give 2 stars, as Thor is one of my favourite Marvel characters. But I just couldn't get into this story at all.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kurahuma Yukama

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joasia

  11. 5 out of 5

    Netrisha Moodley

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pavol Majoros

  13. 5 out of 5

    J A SPONG

  14. 5 out of 5

    j

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christophe

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jacek

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dast Cover

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tomáš Kocián

  19. 5 out of 5

    Emma Foxtail

  20. 5 out of 5

    Vendula Kreplová

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jakub Polák

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kane

  23. 5 out of 5

    July

  24. 4 out of 5

    Aaron Tweed

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kapitol Tank

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lee Gannon

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nissa

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jose Espinosa

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lee Cooper

  30. 5 out of 5

    Verybigdreamer

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