Thor #76

Thor #76

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Mjolnir is now in the hands of Magni, son of Thor. When Thor emerges from Odinsleep, Magni confront him and challenges him to lift Mjolnir. Is Thor still worthy?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 31, 2004

    This issue is a bit like that second trip through the haunted house at the amusement park, as you pretty much know where the big surprises are, so while it's still capable of giving you a good jolt if you aren't paying attention, for the most part you know what to expect. Now Dan Jurgens has crafted an engaging reading experience, and if nothing else he has impressed me with his long term planning, as the events of the arc have never felt like he's making it up as he goes along, but rather each event impacts the next, and there's no contradictory plot developments. However, the problem I've having with this book is that it is moving down a path that has been pretty much spelled out in the previous issues, as once Prince Magni gets his hands on the Mjolnir, his next move is pretty obvious. Now the side-trip to Asgard was an unexpected surprise, but it also leaves one openly wondering why the creatures that were suffering in this dying realm didn't make an effort to make Thor aware of th Read Full Review

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