Thor, God of Thunder

Thor, God of Thunder

[Vol. 2], Godbomb

Graphic Novel - 2014
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Somewhere at the end of the time, all the gods of the universe are enslaved, working to build a machine that will forever change the face of creation. What is the Godbomb? And what can Thor do to stop it? While Gorr's master plan continues to unfold, all hope for divinity is lost when Thor finds himself in chains alongside his fellow gods. And even as Gorr's dark origin is revealed, along with the truth behind his bloody quest to butcher the gods, three time-bending Thors unite to lead an army of slave gods in the fight against Gorr. Collecting: Thor: God of Thunder 6-11
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Marvel Worldwide, 2014.
Edition: Collected ed.
ISBN: 9780785166986
Branch Call Number: 741.5973 AAR
Characteristics: 1 v. unpaged : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Alternative Title: Godbomb

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danomcd
Apr 07, 2016

WHAT HAPPENED! The first novel to this story was so good and then this follow-up fell into the trap of trying to weave multiple timelines and versions of Thor into it. This seems to be a constant failing of Marvel and DC - JUST STAY IN ONE TIMELINE. "Avengers Thor" meets "Odin Thor" and then out of no where comes "Young Thor" .... it then tries to incorporate some bizarre twist about Gore's wife and son who aren't really real????

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Keogh
Jan 02, 2015

A continuation of the storyline that features three Thors from the past, present, and future against a dark threat. Jason Aaron certainly gets the epic sweep that the character deserves, and that comes across in how he writes Thor in three different ways- the brash and arrogant youth, the hero of the current day, and the king of a distant future. The art serves the story well.

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mexicanadiense
Nov 03, 2014

Stumbles a bit with a backstory issue dedicated to the God Butcher's origins done by a different artist, then back to the cosmic awesomeness of the Aaron/Ribic collaboration.

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duane767
Apr 28, 2014

I love Jason Aaron's Thor and maybe I should just leave it at that.

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