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Mighty Thor by Matt Fraction - Volume 3 by Matt Fraction (April 9 2013)

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  • By wayne w jackson on September 18, 2014

    anything that has marvels thor in it is great to me. the plot, the scenes, everything. the updated history of thor in hid new home , keeps me coming back for more!!!!!. this from a 61 year old guy. go marvel! go THOR!!!!!

  • By Bobby Nash on June 3, 2016

    My Thor read-a-thon continues with The Mighty Thor vol. 3 by Fraction, Kitson, and Larraz with covers by legendary Thor artist Walt Simonson. A good read with an interesting antagonist in the Mares. Plus, the final fate if Don Blake. Good stuff from Marvel

  • By Jmaynard on May 22, 2014

    I was eager to read Fraction's Thor series after his highly entertaining Thor: The World Eaters. Volume 1 was a solid start and volume 2 built on that potential. And this is a strong conclusion to the series.Volume 3 opens with a brief story of Volstagg and Sif retelling a couple of Thor's youthful adventures, with the key point being how Loki manipulated the hero, despite the positive outcomes. Both are certain the reincarnated child Loki will grow to be the same man he was before. This was an interesting tale not only because it showcases how Thor is the only person who is willing to give this reborn Loki a chance, but it retells a familiar Norse myth with a new twist.The rest of the book is an original story of Thor's encounter with an ancient race of beings imprisoned by Odin because they invade people's dreams. The rub is that it is the only way they can communicate! The story had a lot of action interwoven into a strange surreal landscape. At the same time Thor is "battling" his dreams, Donald Blake - separated from Thor when he died - has gone to Amora the Enchantress for help. He wants to have a life, Thor's life! But, she's a trickster as well and her assistance will have unwelcome consequences.Overall, this was a very enjoyable read with strong storytelling and good supporting artwork. Highly recommended.

  • By Axel McAsset on October 30, 2013

    There may be spoilers ahead...The new republic of Asgardia encounters an old threat, long forgotten, as Thor faces one of his strangest encounters for some time.Dramatis Personae:The Mighty Thor; Odinson, God of ThunderHreidmar; dwarf scholar of NidavellirDr Don Blake, former human host of ThorAmora, aka Enchantress; sorcerer, bad personThe Keep; Amora's toy God, created by magicJeff Fischer; teenage goth delinquent, part of Death Metal band HAIL SATANIdunn, Gaea, Freyja; The All-mother, rulers of AsgardiaSif; Warrior maiden of AsgardHeimdall; All-seeing Watcher of AsgardHogun, Fandral and Volstagg; The Warriors ThreeHela, ruler of Hel, the underworldDonald Blake misses the life and godly presence he once had as the human host of Thor. He barters with the Enchantress to get those powers back, and she promises that she can turn him into a God. Thor and Hreidmar stumble across a hidden cave, once sealed by Odin himself. Breaking it open, the pair discover a long-lost race called the Mares - beings who can only communicate through dreams. Once the Mares make contact, Thor and Hreidmar are sucked into a collective dreamworld called the Marelock as their bodies lie still in the cave. The Mares, now free, roam about Nidavellir and find the World Tree, enabling them to escape into the nine realms. As they encounter more denizens of Asgardia, more and more beings enter the dreamy Marelock.Along comes Jeff, an emo loner runaway who dreams of a better life. Encountering the Mares as they filter into nearby Broxton, Jeff is caught up in the Marelock but is recognised as perhaps having the power to conjure a hero from his dreams. All he can think of is a creature called the Deconsecrator from the cover of his album - "It's like, everything metal. The blackest of Death Metal, man. Like this...just...consuming raging, unstoppable, destroying, just everything, like stupid people and lame crap and like, rednecks and drunk dads and...Deconsecrator's all about destroying everything, just, like forever." He is rather awesome.Unfortunately, Thor is transformed into this Deconsecrator and he starts rampaging through the Marelock.Meanwhile, the Enchantress has conjured up her own villain, using magic to decapitate Don Blake (but keeping his head alive!) and we have a new being called The Keep, with Godlike powers. The pair of them enter Asgardia, now under the spell of the Mares with everyone slumbering.Will Thor escape being possessed by the Deconsecrator? WIll the citizens of the nine realms escape the Marelock? How will the Enchantress and her Keep be stopped from her nefarious plans? WIll Dr Blake ever be reunited with his body?And what's Jeff's true role in all this?As Matt Fraction's reign at the helm of the Mighty Thor nears its end, he brings us yet another superbly crafted story of the Thunder God and his fellow Asgardians. The volume starts with issue 12.1 which is just a 'filler' from the end of the last volume to take us into this one. It has nothing to do with the main story as it's just Volstagg and Sif recounting tales of Thor's derring do over the eons. Then the main event kicks off and it's a thrilling ride, with stunning artwork by Pepe Larraz. Barry Kitson is on drawing duties for 12.1 and whilst good quality artwork, is not as good as Larraz in my opinion.It's a shame that Fraction's author duties on Thor ended not long after, as this is superior comic book fiction. Mind you, what came next is no bad thing either...

  • By law1349 on March 23, 2014

    Just flipping through this book, I thought it might be a bit cheesy. There is a character in the book called the Deconsecrator that looks like a death metal mascot. Once you read the story, you understand how he comes to be and how it makes sense. It's actually a really cool story involving more human characters than many recent Thor books of late. I actually feel like Thor was the weak link in the story. Fraction writes him to be a little foolish and headstrong like a younger Thor would act. I thought we were past this. For some reason, a lot of writers do this with Thor. Shouldn't a god have some intelligence? The first issue seemed very out of place with the rest of the book. It's numbered issue 12.1, so I can only assume it was part of a larger book. I'm not sure. Pepe Larraz's art is excellent. It's similar, but a bit more refined, to Pasqual Ferry's art (as seen in other Thor books). The covers were done by the legend Walter Simonson, and they look incredible. I wish he would at least draw a Thor mini-series or something. I miss his style.

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