Thor #65

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Ben, Ray Lai Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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SPIRAL PART 6 A young girl died in a riot and Thor tried to bring her back to life. While life returned, her soul did not. She lives as a zombie, fueling even more anger and turmoil amongst the growing legion of anti-Thorists.

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 2, 2003

    On one hand I'm a bit eager to see this book move on to something new, as this Asgard on Earth plot has been running through these pages for over a year now, and Dan Jurgens has pretty much tapped out the potential of this premise. On the other hand, he has done a fairly creditable job of detailing the debate, as the arguments against Thor's actions have been well thought out, and his stubborn nature has also been well established. Now the secret meetings that frame the main story of this issue are a bit over the top, but than again I'm rather glad to see we look to be moving into the final lap, and frankly it's nice to see someone has decided the time for talking has past, and that action against Thor is about to commence. As for the material directly involving Thor, we see he makes a rather big mistake when he attempts to bring a young child back from the dead, and manages to make an already bad situation worse, and the objections that Sif makes to Thor are fairly convincing. In fact Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Tim Hartnett Jun 21, 2003

    Jurgens offers a slightly outlandish but unique story, which unfortunately will be drawn out for over six months, like many things in the comic world these days. On the bright side, it will be fun to see how things play out; this storys appeal may lie in the fact that it is fantastical, and not realistic. Not the best from Jurgens, but a better Marvel title than some other books below the Top 30. Read Full Review

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