Thor #72

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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The dark secrets of Lord Thor's world threaten to burst forth and destroy everything. What has been hidden? What shall be revealed? Will this future come to pass? Or is it destined to be expunged from the timeline?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 23, 2003

    The basic premise of the story is sound as we're getting a pretty good look at the more unpleasant aspects of Thor's paradise as well as his inability to see the flaws. In fact if there's one problem with this arc it's that Thor is coming across as a little too hostile when people make mention of possible problems, though this short fuse could be easily explain by some measure of mental control being employed by either Loki, or possibly the Enchantress. Still, Thor isn't really at the center of this arc but rather the central players in this drama look to be the time lost Thialfi, and Thor's own son, who are both able to see the flaws, and how Thor's inability to see them is a situation that needs to be corrected. There's also a couple interesting moments that I hope are expanded upon as Loki has a secondary plan locked up in the cellar ready to set loose should he feel the situation calls for it. Hogun's decidedly antihuman attitude looks like it could stand a closer look as well and Read Full Review

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