When I recently reviewed All-New, All-Different Hawkeye #3, I fussed about the fact that much of the comic is still the same as it was before it was called “All-New” and “All-Different.” Most of the people in the book are still the same. The settings and abilities of many of those same people are, well, still the same as they were before the first issue in this series came out. Yes, there’s a new writer, but he’s following the pattern of the previous book.
Angry that someone has raised the hammer he gave to his son, All-Father Odin has done the unthinkable: Enlisted his brother to reanimate the nigh-unstoppable monster known as The Destroyer to take out the new Thor once and for all. Can she stand against such a powerful foe? Your Major Spoilers review of Thor #7 awaits!
Avengers: Age of Ultron is just around the corner, and toys are starting to appear. Stephen gets his hands on another LEGO Super Heroes set based on the movie and gives it a look. POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD!
Press Release This June, meet Battleworld’s steadfast police force, the Thors! Gods of Thunder, doling out justice at the end of a hammer in THORS #1 – the brand new Secret Wars series from blockbuster writer Jason Aaron (Thor, Star Wars) and Eisner-award winning artist Chris Sprouse (Tom Strong, Multiversity)!
Thor #4 lets both Thors as we know them have a chat and it’s not all that peaceful. Thor #4 lets both Thors as we know them have a chat and it’s not all that peaceful. THOR #4 Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Russell Dauterman Colourist: Matthew Wilson Letterer: VC’s Joe Sabino Editor: Wil Moss Publisher: Marvel Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Previously in Thor #3: The Battle at Roxxon. MOST INTERESTING ISSUE TO DATE Thor #4 represents easily the most compelling issue in this new series known colloquially as Lady Thor. Despite the fact that Jason Aaron