Thor #2 (2007)

Thor #2 (2007)

$6.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by J. MICHAEL STRACZYNSKI Pencils and Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
A freak thunderstorm hit the wide open spaces of Oklahoma…the same day a young doctor named Donald Blake drove into town! Now the friendly residents of this cozy burg are just as puzzled by the walking stick-carrying young man as they are by the storm clouds gathering on the horizon. Little do they know an honest-to-goodness god of Asgard walks among them, searching for his own home in the heart of theirs…and he’s got big plans for their dusty little town! But what connection does Asgard–and Norse mythology have to the wide-open plains of Oklahoma?

"J. Michael Straczynskiewicz and Olivier Coipel continue to captivate me and baffle my spell-check with the second part of their slow-as-molasses Thor revamp. It’s a good issue, don’t get me wrong, but there’s a difference between leaving an audience wanting more, and leaving an audience wondering if they got their $3 worth. This time out it’s close, but I’d still say it’s worth picking up. The scenes that work, work GREAT, but maybe a little too much time is spent setting the stage. The trade’ll be awesome, no doubt."

THIS BOOK GETS 7 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by J. MICHAEL STRACZYNSKI Pencils and Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
A freak thunderstorm hit the wide open spaces of Oklahoma…the same day a young doctor named Donald Blake drove into town! Now the friendly residents of this cozy burg are just as puzzled by the walking stick-carrying young man as they are by the storm clouds gathering on the horizon. Little do they know an honest-to-goodness god of Asgard walks among them, searching for his own home in the heart of theirs…and he’s got big plans for their dusty little town! But what connection does Asgard–and Norse mythology have to the wide-open plains of Oklahoma?

"J. Michael Straczynskiewicz and Olivier Coipel continue to captivate me and baffle my spell-check with the second part of their slow-as-molasses Thor revamp. It’s a good issue, don’t get me wrong, but there’s a difference between leaving an audience wanting more, and leaving an audience wondering if they got their $3 worth. This time out it’s close, but I’d still say it’s worth picking up. The scenes that work, work GREAT, but maybe a little too much time is spent setting the stage. The trade’ll be awesome, no doubt."

THIS BOOK GETS 7 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

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