Read The Mighty Thor, Volume 2: Lords of Midgard Online Free - The legend continues with Thors new and old! Loki spins a special ages-old tale of a young Odinson in action against a hulking great enemy. You wouldn’t like this Viking when he’s angry! But what incredible impact will this yarn from the past have on the present? Prepare for corporate espionage, Marvel-style, as some of the world’s most powerful and evil conglomerates go to war — with Thor caught in the middle! But if Roxxon and the rest aren’t enough trouble, Jane Foster must contend with a new enemy: S.H.I.E.L.D.! Whose side will Agent Roz Solomon be on? Worse still, somehow millions of lives will depend on the God of Thunder saving Roxxon’s evil executive, Dario Agger! All this and…the Exterminatrix and the Silver Samurai?!
Collecting: The Mighty Thor 6-11
|Title||:||The Mighty Thor, Volume 2: Lords of Midgard|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
June 09, 2017
Unlike licking a toad (you never get as high as everyone says you do, sadly), reading a Jason Aaron comic rarely disappoints me (with one notable exception, as you can read about here). This volume of Thor continues the trend—solidly crafted, good art, entertaining shenanigans, and occasionally i...
May 26, 2017
Dario Agger - a businessman so villainous he should by rights have a black top hat and cape and be twirling a pencil-thin moustache whenever he speaks - has been exploiting resources in the other realms for his company only. The other evil corporate bigwigs aren’t happy and decide to make an exam...
April 26, 2017
OK, of the seven issues collected in this volume, we had two pretty poor filler issues featuring a fairly uninteresting flashback story with guest artwork that really wasn't to my tastes... 2 stars each for those issues...
Then we have four issues of the regular creative team delivering a solid Th...
October 24, 2017
Starts off with two issues of filler, telling some old story about Thor and Loki with awful art. I'm not happy to see evil Loki return. His character has been so much more interesting the last few years, seeming evil but actually doing good. He's supposed to be a trickster god after all.
Then we g...
July 28, 2017
[Read as single issues]
This volume, after the massive events of volume 1, slows down for the opening two issues, illustrating a brawl between a Viking era Hulk and the young Thor from the God of Thunder series with storybook art by RM Guerra that will not be to everyone's taste, but I feel fits t...
February 05, 2017
Jason Aaron continues his marvelous run on Thor. There are a couple of fill-in artists of much, much lesser quality than Dauterman which I think is a first. So, I'm not so surprised he needed a bit of a break. The fill-in artists don't touch the main story however, only side stories. Altogether r...
October 09, 2016
My favourite sub-plot is the SHIELD agents who think Jane is faking dying of cancer and everyone being like "YOU IDIOTS LEAVE HER ALONE" and Jane just being like... "You realize you can't scare me, right?"
December 11, 2016
Wonderfully, ridiculously over-the-top sensibilities combine with great art and some solid character work. Ten tons of fun in a five ton bag. Get on it.
November 16, 2017
This volume felt really disconnected to me, first we got a short tale of the gods with young Odinson, then we got back to Jane Foster's adventure which i didn't like at all, I've lost all interest with that story arc, and just as I was ready to drop the book... Fraser Irving, one of my favorite a...
December 20, 2016
This volume definitely removed itself from previous installments in the series, I don't really understand the reasoning behind wasting 2 issues providing a story about Thor fighting a Viking Hulk monster just to reference it again very briefly again towards the end of the volume. Hones...