Thor #85

Thor #85

Writer: Michael Avon Oeming, Daniel Berman Artist: Andrea DiVito Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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RAGNAROK PART 6 It's the end of all that is, and you've got a ringside seat for the last day of the Norse Gods, as Thor struggles to break the God Cycle once and for all! You must read this, True Believer!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 14, 2004

    Andrea Divito turns in a great looking issue, though the writing on this final issue is certainly in the artist's corner as it calls for several big impact moments. However, the double page spread of Surtur's attack on Asgard makes for a fantastic image to convey the final moments of this part of Thor's world, and the material that involves the thread of fate being destroyed by Thor made for a memorable sequence, as the Tree of Life does an impression of the house at the end of "Poltergeist". Now the art could be a little stronger when it comes to the facial expressions of its characters, but then again this issue doesn't call for a wide range of emotions from its cast so this isn't as big a problem, and given the art's success when it comes to delivering the big impact visuals I'd have to say Andrea Divito did a wonderful job of clearing the decks. Read Full Review

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