Thor #69

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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In the year 2170, the Asgardian Pantheon rules over the planet with divine might. Be they just rulers or be they the slavers of all Midgardians?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 8, 2003

    There's a very real sense that Dan Jurgens is trying to deliver a big climax to what has been a fairly lengthy plot that has basically been running through the pages of this book for the better part of the past year and a half. Now it's nice to see he is willing to present Thor in a less than flattering light, as in this story the character is coming across as either unwilling to acknowledge, or simply wholly ignorant of the evil acts that are being carried out in his name. There's also the very real sense that Thor is a puppet whose strings are being controlled by Loki, and perhaps the Enchantress, or else he's allowed his reason to be clouded by an extremely narrow minded outlook of the world around him. This issue doesn't really offer up much for Thor fans to digest though, as the character doesn't make an appearance in this issue until the last page, and instead the book is focused on introducing the character who I'm guessing will carry the plot for the rest of the way, as Thialfi Read Full Review

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