This issue has Thialfi discover that Thor's paradise is not nearly as perfect as he believes it to be, and this is likely to act as the motivating factor that starts this story down the path to it's eventual resolution, which is a welcome sign in my book, as this "Thor: Lord of Earth" plot-line has been occupying center stage for far too long. Now the questions that this rather lengthy arc has asked have been quite engaging, and I look forward to the big resolution where Thor is forced to open his eyes and see the damage his well meaning actions have caused. The idea that the cause of his downfall is likely to be a person he considers a close ally should also act to make things interesting, and if nothing else this story will benefit tremendously from the simple fact that Dan Jurgens hasn't painted Thor as an outright villain, as it's quite easy to understand why he would be proud of what he has done, and why he wouldn't see the problems that are playing out below his nose. My only con Read Full Review
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