Thor #61

Thor #61

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Ben, Ray Lai Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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SPIRAL PART 2 Thor must pass three tests to obtain Odin's seat on the council. What trials must he face? Plus, Jake Olson is suspended for his heroic act!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 13, 2003

    I am glad to see the other side of the issue starting to get some play in this book, as we see the focus is no longer on all the good that Thor is doing, but rather we're starting to see the problems that he's causing. Now this issue isn't exactly doing the best job of conveying the arguments for the other side, as while involving the other gods is a nice plot element I hadn't thought of, the tests that they subject Thor to are far too simplistic, and the final test suffers from a glaring flaw that is never really addressed. Still, it is nice to see everything is coming to a head, and this issue also takes Jake Olson's role in an interesting direction, as we see a potential alliance with Zarrko is in the air. The book also takes the time to look in on Tarene who had been ushered into the background for most of this recent arc. It's nice to see the character hasn't been forgotten, and that Dan Jurgens has introduced a rather amusing plot element involving Volstagg. Read Full Review

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