Thor #68

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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In the future, Thor is king of the Earth. Jane Foster is a member of the resistance. Loki is Thor's chief advisor. Amora has given birth to Thor's child Magni. Is this the bright light of a utopian future or a dark portent of an insane world?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 14, 2003

    It's a bit hard to ignore the ever-looming finger hovering over the cosmic reset button, as it's highly doubtful Dan Jurgens has been allowed to make such a sweeping change to the Marvel Universe. However, if one is prepared to look upon this as simply an alternate reality that has to be set right, than one could certainly do worse, and it's not like stories like this haven't proven to be highly enjoyable in the past, as the "Days of Future Past" arc holds up as one of the best X-Men stories ever produced. Plus this time out Dan Jurgens has a bit of a twist on the concept, as the big, bad villain who has changed reality as we know it is Thor himself. Now I must confess part of me is bit disappointed that we were cheated out of the big brawl that is hinted at, where the Avengers made an effort to take down Thor, but than I can understand why Dan Jurgens wouldn't be inclined to show us Thor taking out his former teammates, as it would effectively remove the reader's ability to view Thor Read Full Review

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