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Subj: Re: Thor #9 Summary...
Posted: Thu Dec 29, 2011 at 07:10:16 pm EST (Viewed 236 times)
Reply Subj: Thor #9 Summary
Posted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 at 01:36:59 pm EST (Viewed 384 times)


> THOR #9

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Surprisingly, it was a pretty good set up - accepting what we know at this point at face value. The only bad part was the casual return of Terminus and the handling of the Avengers. Didnt care for the neediness of Cap (for Taranus), the bloodgory solution of Stark, the window dressing of a mute Spidey and those other 3 Avengers just there for the team posing. The unclear chronological progress for the construction of Asgardia is sidebar frustrating too.

All the Asgardian content held my interest. Though Kelda did seem a bit more ugly and naive than she should be. And Surfer volunteering his entrails to vultures did seem a bit morbid for morbid sake.

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