Thialfi sets out on a harrowing mission to end Lord Thor once and for all. But the road to assassinating Thor is perilous, even if he is in the Odinsleep. And a certain sorceress stands as the last obstacle barring Thialfi's path...
I know it sounds a bit like a broken record but I have to mention once again that I am more than ready for this story to deliver its big climax so we can move on to something else. Dan Jurgens has done a wonderful job of setting up the situation as Thor is clearly the villain in this story and at the same time the book has done a credible job of selling his decent from being a honorable hero into a stubborn fool who simply refuses to see the problems that are becoming increasingly difficult to ignore. This issue also delivers a fairly exciting battle between Thor and a formerly trusted ally, and if not for it's familiar feeling climax I would've been praising the heck out of this issue. As it stands this is yet another chapter in which we look to take one step forward, while taking one step back, and this is becoming more difficult to embrace, as it's reached to point where I simply want this story over and done with. It's an entertaining read but as we enter our second year since Thor Read Full Review
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