Thor: Where Walk The Frost Giants #1
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Thor: Where Walk The Frost Giants #1

Writer: Ralph Macchio Artist: Todd Nauck Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 25, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.9Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

When tragedy strikes the kingdom of Asgard, THE MIGHTY THOR soars into action! Wielding the thundering hammer Mjolnir, Thor sets off for the land where the Frost Giants dwell-frozen Nifleheim-in a matter of life and death for Asgard. But if YMIR has his way, the only thing awaiting Thor will be a frozen grave! Don't miss this ALL-NEW tale featuring the original God of Thunder! Also featuring a special presentation of the historic battle between Thor and the Incredible HULK from Journey Into Mystery #112!
Rated T

  • 8.4
    IGN - Blair Marnell Oct 26, 2017

    It's not a very deep story by modern standards, but as an old school Thor flashback, it's a welcome return to what this book used to be. If anything, it proves that classic Thor can still be entertaining. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    Comicsverse - AJ Zender Nov 3, 2017

    THOR: WHERE WALK THE FROST GIANTS #1 is not for every reader. It's campy aesthetic and beautiful cartoony art style makes this story a perfect gateway for young readers and a great story for those wanting some Silver Age nostalgia. However, there is little grit for other readers. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    411Mania - RobF Nov 2, 2017

    Macchio proves he has not lost his touch. This story is an entertaining throwback to a time when our Thunder God was an arrogant jerk (and a man) who fought for what's right. Frankly, we need more stories like this, an occasional break from frequent special events Marvel and DC are famous for. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    CrazyforRAMU May 7, 2018

    An Asgardian youth sneaks his way into a desperate fight with frost giants and helps Thor save the day. This is an eminently satisfying all-ages tale for your mini-Marvelite, and the attached reprint of Thor vs. Hulk from Journey into Mystery #112 reinforces the "pick this up on the way back from Thor: Ragnarok" feel. It's executed well in both script and art, but the creators' sights are set so thoroughly on a youthful audience that it's unlikely to leave any memories in a grownup reader's mind beyond a generally favorable retro glow.

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