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jazzbass6

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Jase

Subj: Re: Why is it just about every non-comic Thor story I can think of features Thor learning a lesson in "humility?"
Posted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 at 03:01:48 pm EST (Viewed 93 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Why is it just about every non-comic Thor story I can think of features Thor learning a lesson in "humility?"
Posted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 at 08:55:43 am EST (Viewed 117 times)

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    I can agree with your assessment. In all the stories that have existed since '62, you would think that he would have learned his lesson by now. I'm kinda of getting tired of this as a plot device.



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    I would rather Thor go the Conan route. Conan was honorable and noble in his own right, but he would f*ck you up six ways to Sunday if you got in his grill. I think Fraction was trying to do this with his portrayal lately, but I can't be sure. I don't mind Thor having a bit more bite and edge to him. I mean, if I want to read about a boy-scout with a stick up his ass, I'll drop Thor and go read Superman.


If these past few months was Fraction seriously trying to give us Thor by way of Conan, then no thanks, I'll take the boy scout. At least Action Comics has been interesting lately.


I never said he was doing it well, I said I think that is what he is trying to do.


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