Exclusive: Esad Ribic’s Cover for THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #3 Suffers Not the Unclean

“Afraid of a little lightning?”

“I’m not overly fond of what follows.”

Loki is right to dread the coming of the storm, as we’re so handily reminded with Esad Ribic’s cover for January’s Thor: God of Thunder #3.

Marvel NOW! promises some truly splendid creative teams, but Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic might just wield a monopoly on majesty. Spread across three different epochs in the life of Thor Odinson, the opening chapter of Thor: God of Thunder is touted as a true Norse saga. When a self-proclaimed God Butcher goes on the offensive as a one-deity Ragnarök, it’s up to the brash defender of both Asgard and Midgard to end him.

Let the bodies hit the mead-soaked floor. It’s hammer time.


  1. “Let the bodies hit the flo’ Let the bodies hit the flo’.”

  2. Somehow, in all this NOW! hubbub, I missed the announcement that Ribic would be Aaron’s artist on this. Now I’m definitely giving this a shot.