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THOR #609

SIEGE BLOCKBUSTER TIE-IN!! The Siege brings Ragnarok to Asgard! The Shining City of Thor and his brothers in arms faces destruction on the greatest scale it’s ever suffered, at the hands of Norman Osborn and his Dark Avengers. But the Norse heroes have bigger problems, when THOR fights THOR! The evil Thor clone has come to kill the God of Thunder and take his place. Even if Asgard survives the Siege…will Thor survive Ragnarok?!

WRITER: Kieron Gillen
PENCILS: Billy Tan
INKS: Mike Harris
COLORED BY: Scott Cohn
COVER BY: Mico Suayan

Price: $2.99
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TheNextChampion05/02/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. I’m getting more used to the separate artists in this. Can’t wait to see how epic the Clor vs Thor fight will be.

  2. Clor? Rulk? Is this a thing now? I thought you had to have a couple to do that, like MockingEye or Cagelias.

  3. This needs to be renumbered when Fraction begins as writer.  To save the title from this awfulness it’s been since JMS left.  New #1 needed.  Who’s with me here?

  4. @jimbilly Well the clone Thor is an idea from Civil War. So this might be just a finishing of that dangling plotline. Only Kieron Gillen can tell us! 🙂

  5. @JimBilly- there is a name for this thing.

  6. @KickAss

    No, this title is great and Kieron Gillen is still(thankfully) going to be writing some issues.

  7. @SirCox Yeah I heard about that too.

    Well ‘some’, Marvel actually means just 1 additional issue. Still any more Gillen related Thor stories is better then none. 

  8. Another meaningless Siege fill-in. Nothing happens in this. I read it five minutes ago and I can’t remember a single thing. Something about Loki being exiled. Just effin lame and I’ve been enjoying Gillen’s run so far.

  9. This was good. Loki seemed a bit off though to me. I know he’s the God of Mischief but…..That is a bit of a stupid/generic reasoning for Loki to do all of this harm to the Marvel U.

    Other then that, a solid issue as always by Gillen/Tan/Elson. 

  10. This was a slightly different take on Loki then we had been getting before. I kinda liked it. He is not pure malevolence, because if he was he would be predictable and where is the mischief in that?

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