Thor

Thor

Vol. 1, The Goddess of Thunder

Book - 2015
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"Mjolnir lies on the moon, unable to be lifted! Something dark has befallen the God of Thunder, leaving him unworthy for the first time ever! But when Frost Giants invade Earth, the hammer will be lifted - and a mysterious woman will be transformed into an all-new version of the mighty Thor! Who is this new Goddess of Thunder? Not even Odin knows, but she may be Earth's only hope against the Frost Giants! Get ready for a Thor like you've never seen before, as this all-new heroine takes Midgard by storm! Plus: The Odinson clearly doesn't like that someone else is holding his hammer - it's Thor vs. Thor! And Odin, desperate to see Mjolnir returned, will call on some very dangerous, very unexpected allies. It's a bold new chapter in the storied history of Thor!" -- summary from forbiddenplanet.com.
Publisher: New York : Published by Marvel Worldwide, a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC., [2015]
ISBN: 9780785192381
0785192387
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm

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Yavin
Nov 12, 2017

Decent story and art. A bit confused on the whole Nick Fury thing. Introduces the new Thor but doesn't reveal her identity.

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gabi48
Aug 09, 2017

Great book! Loved

Mark_Daly Nov 25, 2016

Injects a long-overdue dose of female fury into the testosterone-soaked tales of Asgard's toughest hero. A lot of fun, with glowing art.

kirstd31 Aug 03, 2016

Loved it!!! I laughed out loud several times. The sarcasm between the characters is great.

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MtofHills
May 19, 2016

Comics have done female versions of their male protagonists since the very beginning in a bid to protect the rights to a character. This book is not part of that copyright battle.
Female-Thor is amazing for stepping into a world already well inhabited by the Son of Odin and still coming out strong. Great artwork, great story-line, highly recommend.

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danomcd
Mar 29, 2016

A very interesting spin on the Thor story. I also really like how the original Thor is still in the picture.

Kereesa Jan 14, 2016

Even in her own gn, the Odinson still shines brighter than the new Thor. I don't know if finding out her identity will help or hinder that fact.

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duane767
Jan 11, 2016

I like Jason Aaron. I like the New Thor. I like the new direction. The Old Thor isn't kicked to the curb - he's still very much a part of the story. But the new Thor deserves to be the focal point. Well done. I was one of those who was skeptical about this but Aaron has done a great job of making me an interested believer.

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Keogh
Jan 04, 2016

A new era (for as long as it lasts) for Asgard, as the god of thunder finds himself unworthy of his hammer, while it's taken up by a woman as the new goddess of thunder. Both Thors feature prominently in this first collection, and the writing and art serve the story well.

Cynthia_N Nov 04, 2015

Not a big superhero person but I read this at the suggestion of a coworker. I enjoyed the story as well as the sarcasm! Quick read (I finished on my lunch). You should give it a try!

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bcornelius
May 04, 2017

bcornelius thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

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