Astonishing Thor (2011) #HC

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"Waves are but water, wind but air. And though lightning be fire...it must answer thunder's call!" The God of Thunder finds himself battling a mysterious surge of natural catastrophes - hurricanes, tidal waves, earthquakes. At first, the Son of Odin suspects Zephyr, immortal mistress of the winds - but soon, he finds that the climactic upheaval must be attributed to a much larger force: Ego, the Living Planet! Spinning out of the destruction of Asgard, ASTONISHING THOR is an out-of-this-world adventure - and the entire universe hangs in the balance!
by Marvel Comics

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Published September, 2011 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 2011 for $24.99 USD. This issue contains 120 pages in Color, the current NM value is $25.00 USD.

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bobashep
3.5

by on 5/10/2017 8:44:00 PM

This 2011 miniseries wasn't very well received when it first came out. That's probably why I found this book for a steal at my local comic book store. I've seen dozens of the collected hard back edition at so many used book shops that I have started to lose count. Honestly, I think the problem is that the cosmic adventures of Thor are his weakest. Case in point is the film Thor: The Dark World. It's got the worst rating on Rotten Tomatoes of any Marvel film made since 2000. I've gotta admit, I feel asleep during it. Thor may be a cosmic being but he belongs on terra firma.

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