Thor #62

Thor #62

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Ben, Ray Lai Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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SPIRAL PART 3 Lives from all walks have been affected by Asgardianism. But is it for better or for worse? Discover the lives of the Thorists and those who oppose them! And see what it means to live in a world governed by a god.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 22, 2003

    An interesting companion piece to a similarly structured issue that Dan Jurgens delivered earlier in the Asgard on Earth arc, that offered up three people whose lives were positively impacted by Thor's arrival. This issue however offers up the opposite, but unlike the previous issue the examples that are used to display the negative impact are a bit weak in the logic department. I mean there's behavior that is believable and then there is behavior that is simply used to advance an idea, and this issue is clearly drawing upon the latter. There are some downright stupid character decisions made by people in this book, and the issue doesn't do nearly enough to justify the actions these characters take. I mean are we really supposed to accept that students would see burning down the school as a valid means of protest, or that a woman would grab a potion off the shelf and drink it down based on an idle whim. The shooting is also poorly justified. Read Full Review

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