Thor #63

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Paco Medina Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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SPIRAL PART 4 Thor's entry into the mortal world has heralded great change. But for Lars Skoglund, life has been and remains an uphill battle. And when he decides to take desperate measures to improve his station, the Mighty Thor intervenes.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 5, 2003

    A pretty solid issue that would be far more enjoyable if it hadn't been devoted to making a point that has already been made. I mean this issue is a bit like watching a remake of a film, as while there's some enjoyment to be found from taking note of the changes that were made, the simple fact of the matter is that we've seen this dance before, so the book feels like it's simply going over ground that's already been well established. Will new readers find the issue enjoyable? I'm sure they will, as when Dan Jurgens delivered this story previously using the nun working at the hospital for the terminally ill, I was very impressed by the complexity of the story. However, having read that story, I have to say this second kick at the can isn't nearly as strong, as one never really gets the sense that religion plays a huge role in this man's life, and as such his decision on the final page lacks the sense of importance the earlier story managed to deliver. Read Full Review

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