Thor: First Thunder

Bryan J.L. Glass Tan Eng Huat

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Thor: First Thunder

Thor First Thunder Revealed for a new generation the origin and first year on Earth of the God of Thunder Who is the enigmatic Doctor Donald Blake What is the secret that drives him to travel the world seeking its chal

  • Title: Thor: First Thunder
  • Author: Bryan J.L. Glass Tan Eng Huat
  • ISBN: 9780785151913
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • Revealed for a new generation the origin and first year on Earth of the God of Thunder Who is the enigmatic Doctor Donald Blake What is the secret that drives him to travel the world, seeking its challenges, and how does it connect him to the banished Prince of Asgard Why has Thor been exiled to walk amongst mankind and battle threats from beyond the stars And beforeRevealed for a new generation the origin and first year on Earth of the God of Thunder Who is the enigmatic Doctor Donald Blake What is the secret that drives him to travel the world, seeking its challenges, and how does it connect him to the banished Prince of Asgard Why has Thor been exiled to walk amongst mankind and battle threats from beyond the stars And before the entire saga is over, how will he react when confronted by the likes of Tony Stark, Reed Richards and his devious brother Loki Witness the legend reborn with a modern touch by Harvey Award winning writer Bryan J.L Glass The Mice Templar and acclaimed Eisner winning artist Tan Eng Huat SILVER SURFER IN THY NAME COLLECTING Thor First Thunder 1 5

    Thor Odinson Earth Marvel Database FANDOM This is an abridged version of Thor Odinson s history For a complete history see Thor Odinson s Expanded History Thor is the blood son of Odin, All Father of the Asgardians, and Jord, who was also known as Gaea, the goddess who was one of the Elder Gods Odin Thor Epic Collection The God of Thunder Okay Here is a simple one to review So I ll start with the basics THOR is the Norse God of Thunder Mythological feast of stories and characters.

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    One thought on “Thor: First Thunder

    1. C.J. Edmunds on said:

      Although I am still finding myself trying to like the art, the storyline does echo a little bit of the movie and how Thor was banished to Earth in order to learn about humility and to atone for the "bungle" he made in Asgard.It may not be Strazynski's take on Thor but still readable. Not a must buy though, unless you are a Thunder God devoteeStrazynski, come back to writing Thor please.

    2. Christian Smith on said:

      Story: 6/10"A modern retelling of Thors first days in a different unique way. Not the best… Not the worst"

    3. Slayermel on said:

      “Thor: First Thunder” seems to be the origin story, it delves into why Thor was banished from Asgard by his Father Odin, why his brother Loki is always vexing him, and how he overcomes his selfish ways. I loved that there where an appearance of some of my other favourite superhero’s such as Tony Stark aka, Iron Man :0), Spiderman, the fantastic four etc The story is a good one in the sense that it deals with overcoming personal issues and becoming more self aware, and wanting to be a bette [...]

    4. Caleb "PlagueWind" on said:

      This was a retelling of the origin of Thor and in my opinion it didn't take too well. The big problem is that we already have Thor's origin and a couple of retellings. Each one changes it more and while the core characters are here the plot just kind of goes out of control. The artwork was ok, some of the characters looked weird but some looked fine.

    5. Ed Dinnermonkey on said:

      There's a lot of love for Thor here by both artist and writer, but this doesn't feel like a contemporary origin story. In fact it feels very much like a silver age throwback, filled with an overabundance of purple prose and supporting characters. It's not bad and just about achieves the aim of allowing Thor to learn humility, but nothing particularly stands out. A pity.

    6. Thomas Hale on said:

      Kind of a boring, hurried mess. The artwork is awful, Liefeld-esque gubbins with too many lines everywhere, missing eyes and weird anatomical warps. At least they can draw feet. I guess they rushed it out to coincide with the first Thor movie back in '011, but as an origin story retelling it seems very rushed, with details and interesting moments getting lost in relentless pacing. Pretty bad.

    7. Jin on said:

      "A neat origin story for Thor. Simple in concept but reasonable in plot and heavy on the script. The art is not that impressive but easy to look at. I decided to buy this book so as to have a Thor graphic novel in my line of collection."

    8. MB Taylor on said:

      Not much here to recommend. The story was OK, but not especially memorable, and the art wasn't particularly to my liking.

    9. Keenan Lee on said:

      its an interesting read ill give it that but its really not that good,it doesn't place well with anything else in the universe and kind-a comes out of left field in some places.

    10. Angela on said:

      A retelling of Thor's origin story. It's ok but does not have the charm that you usually associate with this series.

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