THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #8

• GODBOMB, Part Two of Five

• Thor in chains. Gorr transcendent. All hope for divinity lost. As the clock ticks down on one very large bomb, as enslaved gods look to the skies for a savior, enter…the Girls of Thunder?

Story by Jason Aaron
Art by Esad Ribic
Cover by Esad Ribic

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 41.6%

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  1. Still digging this book. I’ve said this before but I have never collected or been a fan of Thor until this title came out. Sure Aaron is doing some of his best work here but it if I’m completely honest it’s Ribic that is the draw for me (pun intended). l’d read a comic about the Kardashians if he drew it.

  2. Best book on the stands, at the moment.

  3. Yea this is probably the title I look forward to the most every month. This book has been consistently amazing.

  4. ochsavidare (@ochsavidare) says:

    This was awesome as always. Will be nice to see more three Thor interactions next issue, that part of this one made me smile the most. 🙂

  5. So good.

  6. Even the letters page is outstanding!

  7. I picked up issue 4 and was not convinced with what I read. Under the guise of my friends who have both been on this from the beginning I was gobsmacked with this book. Wow. Just, wow. What a good read. The art is everything you would want it to be for the God of Thunder, the story was solid and kept you wanting for more. It looks like I’ll be hunting down the back issues for this series or at least last month’s issue.

  8. Excellent issue. POTW!

  9. I have to say I agree with a lot of what Gorr’s son said. It’s the way his daddy’s going about it that I take issue with LOL. That being said, how cool was it to see the whole “Back to the Future” thing with Thor’s granddaughters? And the Three Amigos together at the end. What more dost thou wanteth, fanboy?

  10. Gods doing God stuff is way better than Gods in New York or Metropolis. Like with Wonder Woman, I haven’t been reading along, but I’ve dropped in on this a couple times. Great stuff.

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