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He is the God of Thunder. A deity of immense power in human form. Armed with his mighty hammer Mjolnir, Thor has sworn to use his incredible power to protect the earth. But when the Gods of three serarate pantheons turn against Thor can he really find the power to defeat them all? Collects Thor #1-7.


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He is the God of Thunder. A deity of immense power in human form. Armed with his mighty hammer Mjolnir, Thor has sworn to use his incredible power to protect the earth. But when the Gods of three serarate pantheons turn against Thor can he really find the power to defeat them all? Collects Thor #1-7.

56 review for The Mighty Thor: In Search of the Gods

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maxi Parada

    un romita jr despegadisimo acompañado de un gion de dan jurgens super agil que te hacen conectarte con la trama de una

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    Really like how John Romita Jr draws Thor. Because his artwork can be quite bulky and blocky at times, it's really well suited to a character like Thor. It just fits. The same can be said for the villains of the volume, who are the Evil Gods, I think? They may be new characters created by Jurgens and JRJR or existed ones, but I've never encounted them in a story before so I'm not sure. But much like his Thor, JRJR does these characters quite bulky and it works because they're Gods so they're sup Really like how John Romita Jr draws Thor. Because his artwork can be quite bulky and blocky at times, it's really well suited to a character like Thor. It just fits. The same can be said for the villains of the volume, who are the Evil Gods, I think? They may be new characters created by Jurgens and JRJR or existed ones, but I've never encounted them in a story before so I'm not sure. But much like his Thor, JRJR does these characters quite bulky and it works because they're Gods so they're supposed to be 'larger than life'. There's also the inclusion of Jake Olsen, which I don't really get. Unlike Donald Blake, Thor has over taken someone's body who has just died, so has to carry on living their life for them when he's not being Thor. I prefer Thor when he's not having to deal with the whole 'secret identity' thing, like in the movies. Pretty good volume of Thor, even if this volume doesn't really have a complete story arc to it, other than the opening few issues which see The Avengers take on The Destroyer. But Jurgens run on Thor is about 6 years long (apparently). So there is that.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dimitris Patriarcheas

    Πολύ καλή ιστορία, παρόλο που δεν ολοκληρώθηκε στο συγκεκριμένο τόμο, έχει από όλα τα στοιχεία των κλασσικών υπερηρωικων διηγησεων, με έξοχο σχέδιο και ροή που μοιάζει κινηματογραφικη.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alfit0

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. La historia se enmarca en el contexto de Heroes Reborn, una de las épocas menos célebres de Marvel como editorial. Desde un principio pasan muchas cosas porque sí, con el mero objetivo de que todo sea entretenido. El problema de este recopilatorio es que no cierra nada, pasan un montón de cosas que no se concluyen y que al final del tomo te dejan una sensación de que leíste algo que avanzó la nada misma. Fuera de eso quizás lo más interesante acá es volver a Thor a esa dualidad mortal/Dios y com La historia se enmarca en el contexto de Heroes Reborn, una de las épocas menos célebres de Marvel como editorial. Desde un principio pasan muchas cosas porque sí, con el mero objetivo de que todo sea entretenido. El problema de este recopilatorio es que no cierra nada, pasan un montón de cosas que no se concluyen y que al final del tomo te dejan una sensación de que leíste algo que avanzó la nada misma. Fuera de eso quizás lo más interesante acá es volver a Thor a esa dualidad mortal/Dios y como se reacomoda para realizar algo con lo que no se siente a gusto. El dibujo de Romita Jr, pésimo como siempre, esa capacidad de dibujar todos los rostros iguales nunca lo entenderé.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Javier Sly

    Hercules es un pelotudo.

  6. 5 out of 5

    MatiBracchitta

    Creo que no debe haber un cómic de Thor que represente mejor los años '90 que este. Esto no quiere decir necesariamente que sea algo bueno, dado que esa década fue la peor en materia de calidad de Marvel. En esta ocasión nos encontramos a un Asgard destruida, a sus habitantes desaparecidos, y un Thor desolado. El príncipe asgardiano se enfrentará con un ser preparado por Odín para hacerle frente a los mismísimos celestiales, y en contra de toda lógica y sentido, Thor termina venciendo. A partir d Creo que no debe haber un cómic de Thor que represente mejor los años '90 que este. Esto no quiere decir necesariamente que sea algo bueno, dado que esa década fue la peor en materia de calidad de Marvel. En esta ocasión nos encontramos a un Asgard destruida, a sus habitantes desaparecidos, y un Thor desolado. El príncipe asgardiano se enfrentará con un ser preparado por Odín para hacerle frente a los mismísimos celestiales, y en contra de toda lógica y sentido, Thor termina venciendo. A partir de este acontecimiento, Jurgens desarrollará su historia que si bien es entretenida, no deja de ser más que una historia que retoma conceptos ya trabajados anteriormente: La dualidad dios/mortal de Thor ya vista con el Dr. Blake; la presencia de un Dios en la tierra (esto es algo que siempre estuvo presente, aunque hay que reconocer que Jurgens supo poner aquí el foco y subir de nivel al respecto); un conflicto entre los panteones antiguos (cliché de personajes con estos orígenes) y poco más. Este volumen tiene, aún más en contra, que no logra finalizar los arcos que abre, por lo cual hace sentir que solo se trataba de un paréntesis de una historia mayor. No brinda cierres a los arcos argumentales principales y los secundarios quedan a medio camino cuanto mucho. También hay que mencionar el trabajo de John Romita Jr que si bien es detallado en algunos momentos poniendo el foco en el vestuario o quizás incluso en el escenario; no hace un buen trabajo con los personajes. Tiene un estilo de crear los rostros de forma demasiado cuadrada para mi gusto, le quita demasiado realismo y le brinda ese regusto a historieta noventera que no es de mi agrado personal. En fin, como reflexión final, cuando comencé a leer este cómic creí que no había leído nada de Jurgens pues su nombre me resultaba completamente desconocido. Al terminarlo, vi que había sido colaborador en el gran cómic "La muerte de Superman", pero que también había realizado el bodrio de Domination Factor de los 4F; por lo cual digamos que este cómic se encontraría en un punto medio. Para pasar el rato es válido y disfrutable, pero definitivamente no va a ser un cómic que pase a la historia o que siquiera uno recuerde pasados un par de días.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Francisco Becerra

    Just old Thor adventures like if they were taken from Journey into Mystery, with better drawings and trying to incorporate Alan Moore ideas of how superheroes interact with the real world, but very unsucessfully. Entertaining, though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alondra (Chibi)

    (3.5) Estuvo bastante entretenido, pero no fue ningún wow. La historia sí tiene varias sorpresas, pero al terminarlo quedé con la sensación de haber leído un cómic casi sin historia: bastante raro considerando todo lo sucedido en este tomo. Reto ahorro por libro: ✔✔

  9. 5 out of 5

    Luiz Santiago

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  10. 4 out of 5

    The Geek Reader

    Es una muy buena manera de cambiar el estatus quo del personaje a la vez y te deja con ganas de más.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy Rodríguez

    4.5 Una nueva aventura de Thor donde debe buscar a sus compañeros dioses después de lo ocurrido en Asgard. Es una historia amena, interesante y que te terminas en un instante.

  12. 4 out of 5

    J A SPONG

    Great art, decent story but totally lacking as a collection as resolves nothing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Phillip Berrie

    This was better than I thought it would be, though if half stars were allowed this would be 3.5 rather than 4. I am not a great fan of Thor, but he works well when he is dealing with legendary/mythological/magical threats rather than human ones. And this collected series of comics has this in spades as Thor is faced with the mystery of what happened to his beloved Asgard. I also liked how the writer and the artist handled the interaction of Thor with the mortals of New York. This ranged from Thor' This was better than I thought it would be, though if half stars were allowed this would be 3.5 rather than 4. I am not a great fan of Thor, but he works well when he is dealing with legendary/mythological/magical threats rather than human ones. And this collected series of comics has this in spades as Thor is faced with the mystery of what happened to his beloved Asgard. I also liked how the writer and the artist handled the interaction of Thor with the mortals of New York. This ranged from Thor's arrogant/god-like behaviour around the normal citizenry through to his camaraderie with his fellow avengers. His new alter-ego has potential also, particularly as there are connections to Jane Foster and his past as Donald Blake—yes, I'm that old. There was perhaps a little too much gratuitous action for my taste. I won't go into detail to avoid spoilers, but it is this sort of casual violence and destruction that gives me trouble suspending disbelief that there isn't regularly huge numbers of casualties in Marvel's New York. This was brought to my attention in this book particularly because the loss of a life in just this manner was the basis for one of the plot lines. I also wasn't sure about what they did with Odin. Portraying the All-father with two working eyes seemed very strange to me, because it was supposedly the sacrifice of one of his eyes that is supposed to have given him a lot of his power. Perhaps if I were able to continue reading the series that might have been explained. Anyway, if you like Thor, then it's probably worth a read. If not then you won't miss much.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah-Jayne Briggs

    (This review may contain spoilers). I think all of the superheroes in Marvel (and probably DC, too) are quite interesting characters - but my favourite has become and still remains Thor - with Loki being my favourite villain. This comic book was quite an interesting one. It was nice to see the other Avengers in the book as well. Thor might be more about the muscles and brawn than intelligence, but I do think it's clear how honourable and how much of a good heart he has. And that seems quite clear (This review may contain spoilers). I think all of the superheroes in Marvel (and probably DC, too) are quite interesting characters - but my favourite has become and still remains Thor - with Loki being my favourite villain. This comic book was quite an interesting one. It was nice to see the other Avengers in the book as well. Thor might be more about the muscles and brawn than intelligence, but I do think it's clear how honourable and how much of a good heart he has. And that seems quite clear in this issue. It was interesting to see the different versions of Thor at the end of the book, too. I also really liked seeing the scene of Thor and Loki as children. I would have liked to see a bit more of their past together. I'm quite intrigued by how their relationship is represented in the fandom. I did get a bit confused with all of the different gods appearing. It was good to see glimpses of Olympus, too. And I did also like seeing the images of the other Asgardian gods, even though there were only small glimpses. This definitely makes me want to read more of Thor's comics.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mark Phillips

    An anthology of the Mighty Thor #1-#7. This was an enjoyable read. But frustrating as it ends open ended with no resolution to the story lines contained within the volume. Which I believe are in Mighty Thor #8-#12. And what is more frustrating are not included in this series of The Ultimate Graphic Novels Collection! Though it is continued (I think if one of thee reviews on Amazon is to be believed though i think they have the numbering wrong listen it as #9-#13 rather than #8-#12) in The Mighty An anthology of the Mighty Thor #1-#7. This was an enjoyable read. But frustrating as it ends open ended with no resolution to the story lines contained within the volume. Which I believe are in Mighty Thor #8-#12. And what is more frustrating are not included in this series of The Ultimate Graphic Novels Collection! Though it is continued (I think if one of thee reviews on Amazon is to be believed though i think they have the numbering wrong listen it as #9-#13 rather than #8-#12) in The Mighty Thor Vol 2. This book included the start of Dan Jugerns run. It introduces Jake Olsen as the new mortal guise for Thor. It also introduces the Dark Gods drawn by John Romita Jr in a style reminiscent of Jack Kirby's drawing of the New Gods.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jakub

    A bit too hectic for my liking but still great. I like the tales of superheroes abandoned, humanized and/or lost. The tale of Thor's return to find Asgard destroyed and empty is an interesting one. Lot of good cameos (both from the Avengers and the baddies), a hefty dose of action and great art-style. The biggest drawback of this edition is that it ends with no resolution but I guess to whole plot is to long to put in one book. A bit too hectic for my liking but still great. I like the tales of superheroes abandoned, humanized and/or lost. The tale of Thor's return to find Asgard destroyed and empty is an interesting one. Lot of good cameos (both from the Avengers and the baddies), a hefty dose of action and great art-style. The biggest drawback of this edition is that it ends with no resolution but I guess to whole plot is to long to put in one book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alejandro

    No le tenía mucha fe, pero realmente me atrapó y entretuvo. El arte me resultó excelente, y la historia me fue intrigando cada vez más. Lamentablemente no me satisfizo el final, esperaba mucho más. Creo que para poder disfrutarlo más sería necesario leer algunos libros anteriores y algunos posteriores. Sin embargo, lo recomiendo porque a pesar de estos puntos negativos disfruté mucho de su lectura.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gustavo

    Romita Jr. no es de mis artistas favoritos, y ninguno de los arcos argumentales tienen un cierre dentro del tomo... Tiene algunos momentos divertidos, pero en general no me pareció la mejor personificación de Thor. La verdad que no entiendo el motivo de poner este tomo en la colección. A lo mejor fue mucho el contraste de haber terminado de leer Marvels y ponerme a leer esto.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Fugo Feedback

    Me gusta que el dibujo de JRJr salga más grande que en el tomo de Extra Superhéroes, pero no tanto que este tomo tenga la mitad de los capítulos. Me encantaría completar la etapa en estos, pero algo me dice que como mucho podré leerme una saguita más. A mezclar ediciones, pues.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tehanu

    3.5

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dony Grayman

    Coleccionable Salvat, nº 27; 13 según el lomo. Recopila los primeros siete números del relanzamiento de Thor a cargo de Jurgens y Romita Jr.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bruno Passos

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    Alan

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    Vanesa

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    Alexei Dolganov

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jason Curtin

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    Therese

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kmy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Meikeidreaming

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jon Arnold

  31. 5 out of 5

    Marc Young

  32. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

  33. 4 out of 5

    Krzysztof Piotr

  34. 5 out of 5

    petrolio Galindo

  35. 5 out of 5

    sweevas

  36. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

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    Bradley

  38. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  39. 4 out of 5

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    Martin

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    Jakub Rabyniuk

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    Rastislav

  43. 5 out of 5

    Nikola

  44. 4 out of 5

    Nellie

  45. 4 out of 5

    Nick Atkins

  46. 4 out of 5

    Mike

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  48. 4 out of 5

    Chris Kilbride

  49. 5 out of 5

    Jiří Pavlovský

  50. 4 out of 5

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  51. 5 out of 5

    Sanisi

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    Alex Cross

  53. 5 out of 5

    Shane1step

  54. 4 out of 5

    Kane

  55. 4 out of 5

    Ian Williamson

  56. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Manns

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