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Thor: Ragnarok and the female lead

I loved Thor: Ragnarok. I thought it was absolutely hilarious and nearly fell off my seat laughing several times.

I enjoyed Cate Blanchett as the fiendish Hela, goddess of death, Thor’s elder sister. 1,008 more words

Thor's Day Salutes: "Whosoever Holds This Hammer..."

Legacy Characters have become a central (and vitally important) part of modern comic storytelling but Thor was doing it long before it was a trend.  Many sets of hands have held Mjölnir over the years and this Thor’s Day (that’s right Thursday…we’re going back to your… 2,541 more words

Marvel Comics

The Current Truth Behind Thor's Hammer

When you think about it, the notion of Thor not having Mjolnir does seem weird. It’s just, I don’t know, weird. I mean, you’ll always have Romeo at Juliet’s side, suicidal tendencies and all. 503 more words

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THOR #700 Sets the Stage for The Asgardian’s Future

THOR #700 raised the Mighty Asgardian to a new level of storytelling in an epic tale from writer Jason Aaron and a host of incredible artists such as Russell Dauterman, Walter Simonson, James Harren, Becky Cloonan, Das Pastoras, Chris Burnham, Andrew MacLean, Jill Thompson, Mike del Mundo, Olivier Coipel, Daniel Acuna, and Matthew Wilson. 316 more words

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The Power of Humanity in The Mighty Thor 23

by Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS! If you haven’t read the issue, proceed at your own risk.

Late in The Mighty Thor 23, as Thor and the War Thor clash over the fate of Svartalfheim, Thor yells that they “have to behave like gods!” I have to wonder what gods she’s been hanging around to make that statement, because almost all of the gods Jason Aaron has presented us throughout his  263 more words

Spencer Irwin

Guest Review #0047: Thor

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MARVEL LEGENDS

Heyo and happy Thorsday, everyone! Heh, get it (You can’t see me, but I’m wiggling my eyebrows)? Of course you do, and if not that’s fine too. 1,199 more words

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Check out our new column in Gurgle magazine!

This new fangled internet thing is all well and good, but you can’t beat seeing your work in print and holding it in your hands. 75 more words