Marvel sent us an e-mail to let us know Thor #2 by J. Michael Staczynski and Oliveir Coipel has sold out at Diamond distributors. Marvel says they will be going back to press for a second release that will feature a new wraparound here.

Take the jump for a peek at the new cover, puls a couple of pages from Thor #3.

Pencils & Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
Rated T+


The reprint goes on-sale September 12 for $2.99.

Pencils & 50/50 Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
50/50 Cover by ED MCGUINNESS
Rated T+

With a titanic confrontation between former friends on the horizon, and the return of Marvel’s most famous mythical kingdom, fans can’t miss this second chance to pick up Thor #2. And, spinning right out of Civil War, it’s Iron Man vs Thor in Thor #3! Lightning strikes once more, but when the dust clears, will Thor be the one left standing?


Thor #3 arrives September 12 for $2.99.

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  1. quelonio
    August 8, 2007 at 3:53 pm — Reply

    Tony, you must do something about that deathwish thing of yours…

    Great preview & art btw.

  2. Mark I.
    August 8, 2007 at 3:59 pm — Reply

    Not to stray too far off topic, but I always questioned the inclusion of Sentry in the Marvel Universe when it’s clear that if anyone should be Marvel’s “Superman,” it’s Thor. But the thunder god’s handling has been so up and down over the years that it seems impossible to pin this kind of status on him for more than a couple of years at a time. The fact that Asgard now hovers over 616’s American midwest should “up” Thor’s status to that of surrogate world leader…kind of like Supreme or the Kingdom Come version of Green Lantern.

    But it probably won’t.

  3. jman
    August 8, 2007 at 11:05 pm — Reply

    Thank god for small favors! hopefully he’ll turn Tony into Spam in a can…if only he’d(logically) showed up to end the whole civil war nonsense and crushed Sentry’s skull, instead of that ridiculous clone(can’t believe they even WENT down that road again when I read it; given the LAST clone menagerie)…but Marvel-come-lately’s editorial staff preferred to turn the entire 616 into the doom and gloom X-Men ala Millar/Bendis…

  4. jman
    August 9, 2007 at 7:56 am — Reply

    Also, is it me or does Thor look like a ’70s throwback disco ball with that chain mail? I think I’d have left the mail for Cap/ US Agent…

  5. Brent F.
    August 9, 2007 at 2:12 pm — Reply

    I’m just wondering what kind of an ego trip Tony is on that makes him think he can take on Thor by himself. At least when he confronted Nova he had the S.H.I.E.L.D. army behind him despite the fact that if Stark was defeated (which he most certainly would have been) they wouldn’t stand a chance.

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