The Mighty Thor #11

The Mighty Thor #11

Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Pasqual Ferry Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 22, 2012 Critic Reviews: 5
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The Assassin’s plot revealed! Will the All-Mother survive? And, Asgardia rises!

  • 8.5
    A Comic Book Blog - Geoff Arbuckle Feb 22, 2012

    Pasqual Ferry and Pepe Larraz' art with Frank D'Armata's color makes this a very pretty book to read too. Each scene has its own unique look and color scheme. There are gods of different shapes and forms and the inside of the Demogorge itself has such a cool look to it. The two page layout of Asgardia is simply gorgeous. Everything about this book is fun and has ideas and images that makes it a truly unique book from Marvel. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 22, 2012

    The Mighty Thor has felt somewhat less than mighty in recent months. Luckily, that trend seems to be reversing now. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Feb 23, 2012

    Though all three of the post-Fear-Itself point issues were awful, Thor probably got the worst of things, having his sacrifice seemingly nullified and his existence retconned by another guy, but this story has been quite interesting. Fraction's revitalization of dozens of Thor's supporting cast (using more than just Sif and the Warriors Three, in other words) builds on the big Thor relaunch of '06, and I really like the close ties to Iron Man's book. Next issue's blurb promises a confrontation between Thor and Tanarus (though covers do lie these days, I hope this one actually happens) and I'm kind of looking forward to that in spite of myself. The Mighty Thor #11 continues Thor's renaissance, earning a very strong 4 out of 5 stars overall. I sincerely hope that his jettisoning of his trademark headgear is a temporary thing, and not a concession to the fact that movie Thor doesn't wear one... Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Outer Realm Comics - 600WPMPO Feb 28, 2012

    Excellent art and a smoothly written plot bring a much needed return to form to The Mighty Thor. He still deserves better. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Crave Online - Iann Robinson Feb 24, 2012

    Pasqual Ferry and Pepe Larraz are good artists, but not the pair I would have chosen for Thor. Their style is too flowery, too muted and the watercolor look just doesn’t scream Thor to me. Some of what they do is okay. The Trolls look cool, and some of the Demogorge action works, but mostly it is just boring and almost silly. Especially Tony Stark. Not only does he look like a gay hairdresser, but somehow the Iron Man costume is drawn like a yoga outfit. If Marvel would assign a decent artist, and Fraction could maintain this level of storytelling, The Mighty Thor might become a premiere superhero book. Read Full Review

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