While Thor Girl fights soldiers in the rainforest, Perrikus and Adva attack Thor in Asgard with the intention of toppling the Thunder God's regime! Will Thor, with the power of the Bloodaxe, be able to fight them off!
An issue that left me a bit concerned as it does seem like Dan Jurgens is taking a rather uninspired approach to what I had felt was a fairly interesting idea. I mean, the idea that Thor's going to baby-sit humanity, as he's come to believe they're too intent on the own self-destruction is a solid idea, but it's also a rather limited exercise if all Dan Jurgens plans on showing us is how Thor's actions are justified by offering up a collection of cardboard villainy that only showcases how mankind is stupidly clinging to its evil ways. A more evenhanded approach would've been nice, and hopefully before this story wraps up Dan Jurgens will recognize this fact. There's also something a bit worrisome in how Dan Jurgens has decided that giving Thor the power of Odin means that any battle that Thor becomes involved in is going to have a finish where all that is required to secure a victory is for the villain to question Thor's ability to win. The Dark Gods deserved a far better showing than Read Full Review
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