One can't deny that Dan Jurgens has certainly gotten this story into a new gear, as this issue has a sense of doom & gloom about it that makes for a highly engrossing reading experience. I mean how many issues can one point to in which our hero is standing at the heart of a nuclear explosion, or seeing the city of Asgard and the gods that dwell within it fall victim to a brutal, and surprisingly, highly effective military assault. Now I will concede that there might be some fans who will likely be upset by the rather poor showing by the gods of Asgard, but the element of surprise certainly counts for something, and with the help of technology provided by Dr. Doom, I have little trouble accepting the idea that the humans would be having such success. Plus, one can't help but be impressed by the idea that Thor managed to survive a direct blast from a nuclear bomb. I am a bit concerned though that this story has become far too grandiose for it to continue to be ignored by the rest of the Read Full Review
This has gone a little too far; Mr. Jurgens needs to come up with some new ideas, and stop toying with Armageddon. It's not good by any means, and I suppose it's not a complete failure due to some nice artwork. I just wish Mr. Jurgens would move on, and take Thor back to the days when everything didn't have to be off-base. He might just get those sales up. Read Full Review
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