Avengers: Disassembled - Thor

Avengers: Disassembled - Thor

by Michael Oeming, Andrea Di Vito

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Collects Thor (1998) #80-85. Ragnarok appears to have come for the gods of Asgard, and only Thor and his Avengers allies might be able to stave off that fate - but will the Thunder God be Asgard's savior, or the architect of its downfall? In search of new wisdom, Thor must repeat the ordeals of Odin - and the price may be too terrible for even an immortal to pay! Beset on all sides by treacherous foes from his past, the God of Thunder leads the tattered remnants of the forces of Asgard on a desperate quest, as the Realm Eternal burns.

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ISBN-13: 9781302480226
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 07/22/2015
Series: Avengers: Disassembled - Thor , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 84 MB
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Avengers Disassembled: Thor 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MeditationesMartini on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Too rushed, and the Avengers tie-in is stupid. But the modernizing of the Norse myth actually kind of works, the space philosophy is stirring, and Marvel should have looked at this before they did Siege, to remind them that the way to make these immortals seem amazing (and worth spending cashes on) is to have their deaths mean something, not to have them carved up in their dozens by Wolverine's kid and Bullseye.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
I don't think I've ever read anything by Michael Avon Oeming before and after doing so, I'm still not sure what to think. The first of this book was mind blowing fight after jaw dropping fight, all drawn amazingly by Andrea DiVito. However, the last half, especially the final chapter, was so metaphysically confusing that I don't know what happened except I'm sure it was all undone by later writers. Overall it was a decent read but better to look at.