Read The Mighty Thor, Volume 3: The Asgard/Shi'ar War Online Free - As the War of the Realms rages on, the only way to defeat Malekith is with a united front - and it's up to Thor to bring the many races together! Now heroes from across the ten worlds - including Lady Sif and Angela - unite under Thor's command to form a new League of Realms, with the sole mission of bringing this conflict to an end! And their first mission is to infiltrate Dark- Elf-occupied territory! But when the war spreads to every branch of the World Tree, the League's road to peace is fraught with challenges they hadn't anticipated. To stand against the heroic allies, Malekith forms a wicked union of his own, calling on Loki and the all-new Kurse to take down Thor and her band of heroes!
COLLECTING: MIGHTY THOR 13-19
|Title||:||The Mighty Thor, Volume 3: The Asgard/Shi'ar War|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
May 21, 2017
I can't believe it has come to this, but The Mighty Thor, previously one of the best Marvel titles from one of the best current Marvel writers, has become an awfully convoluted, unreadable, overwritten mess. By this point, the only good things about this series are the artwork and the occasional...
August 10, 2017
I was annoyed that the Shi'ar just showed up out of nowhere and interrupted the flow of the war of the realms story. And then Quentin Quire showed up and I forgave a fair bit. I still think it was a weird choice of plot for that moment in the life of the book. Unless it was an editorial mandate t...
August 29, 2017
WELL THAT ESCALATED QUICKLY
IDK... This one got weird. I'm not sure why they used Thor to set up the Jean Grey run, but that's what most of this book was doing in a really convoluted way. There was just a lot of stuff in here that felt very unnecessary and over complicated.
Yeah, I'm pretty meh a...
July 27, 2017
I adore this comic book. The background ahead of this volume: The Odinson is now unworthy of wielding the hammer, Mjolnir, and Jane Foster has taken up the mantle of Thor. She's dying of cancer though and the hammer is stopping chemotherapy from working. Dark elf Malekith is on a mission to conqu...
August 25, 2017
Jason Aaron is still at the top of his game writing another stellar arc for the Thor series at Marvel. As much fun as Unworthy Thor was reading, The Mighty Thor vol. 4 was just as fun. Aaron's ability to craft a story is what continues keep me reading this book even though I am not the biggest fa...
August 17, 2017
This is, to me, the first real misfire in THE MIGHTY THOR. While Marvel (even long before the MCU) has been known for its irreverent humor, there are certain characters that I expect to see a more serious side presented. Thor is one of those characters. But here, Aaron seems to take every opportu...
August 21, 2017
I finally got to read Thor stories that are just about her. Interesting villian.
August 13, 2017
A weird diversion from the main storyline, this collection only barely works due to Dauterman and Epting's art, and the occasional moment of inspiration from Aaron, who is otherwise on over-the-top autopilot, writing these larger than life characters in ways that feel over the top even for Jason...
August 20, 2017
I’ve been super anxiously waiting for the release of volume three, and now I finally have it! I have to say, the cover art made me even more excited to read it (I mean, look at it! It’s beautiful!). The Asgard/Shi’ar War doesn’t spend anytime going over backstory, so you really need to have read...
August 21, 2017
This volume was a little "too all over" the place for me. I've been enjoying the series so far and upon finishing this volume it seems that it really just serves as a set up piece to launch some new story lines and possibility a new series "All New Ultimate Thor." I wish there was a little more d...