Thor #80

Writer: Michael Avon Oeming, Daniel Berman Artist: Andrea DiVito Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
7.5Critic Rating
8.8User Rating

RAGNAROK PART 1 It's the beginning of the end of the world for the Gods of Asgard, and only Thor and his Avengers allies might be able to stave off that fate- but does the God of Thunder even want to? Thor- Disassembled starts here!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 10, 2004

    Still, the big shots of Thor and others getting blasted around by the assembled forces of evil are very impressive, and while the art is a bit confusing when it comes to delivering some elements of the story (e.g. how the Enchantress was injured), overall, it manages to convey a genuine sense of excitement. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green May 27, 2004

    So, its okay. I have niggling problems with it, like the portrayal of Loki as a snickering villain which really isnt the most intelligent use of the character, and the apparent death of Fin Fang Foom (okay, thats a really minor quibble, but I like the big green guy!), but theres nothing here that does any fatal harm. On the other hand, theres nothing here that really grabs me and makes me want to get the next issue. Im mildly interested in where all this is going, but not enough to fork over my own money to see it, especially if it might suggest to Marvel that crossovers work. If this storyline ends up in a collected edition, Ill pick up a copy from the library, but otherwise Ill pass. Read Full Review

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