Thor: First Thunder #2

Thor: First Thunder #2

Writer: Bryan J.L. Glass Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 20, 2010 Critic Reviews: 2
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Thor's first year on Earth continues as the public gets its first view of the God of Thunder, and also experiences the horrors wrought by the terrible trickster Loki! For centuries, the God of Mischief endured righteous punishment for his many crimes, and yet blamed his hated half-brother for his own torment. Learning of the Odinson's awakening, the God of Lies engineers his escape, to wreak havoc and nightmare upon those whom Dr. Donald Blake loves! Meanwhile, when Heimdall attempts to block an angry Thor from regaining entry to Asgard, we discover if his sword is a match for the power of the mighty hammer Mjolnir! The legend reborn continues with Harvey Award-winning writer Bryan J.L. Glass (The Mice Templar) and acclaimed artist Tan Eng Huat (SILVER SURFER: IN THY NAME)! Rated T …$3.99

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Oct 21, 2010

    Much like Thor's internal battle with Donald Blake within the issue, I feel like the writing is at battle with the art in this issue. Glass's strong take on the Thor/Blake relationship and his simply frightening vision of Loki are definitely Must Read material. Unfortunately, I found that the art seriously hindered my enjoyment of the issue. Tan Eng Huat definitely has strong aspects to his art, but the overall look and feel of the issue is incredibly offputting. Thankfully the writing wins out on this issue, but I can't help but feel that, with stronger art, this issue could have made a run for Book of the Week. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Oct 20, 2010

    There have been a number of retellings of Marvel heroes' early days and this is one of the more successful ones because it infuses these simple stories with some provocative psychological depth. I actually wonder if Glass might've been better off taking even more creative license with the original stories, because the dialog soars here while the plotting sometimes seems a little tangled. Read Full Review

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