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Volstagg jr

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RE-man

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Subj: Honestly I have to Wonder if Marvel Tries to Alienate Thor Fans
Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 at 06:18:19 pm EST (Viewed 44 times)
Reply Subj: Thor: The Deviant Saga #3
Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 at 05:13:13 pm EST (Viewed 368 times)

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Ok, a rematch with TUTINAX and Thor gets his ass handed to him again!

Can someone tell me how powerful this character is?? I mean, this isn't a good long tussle where Thor fights with all his might, use all resources, survives a nuclear bomb, battles the Serpent, Mangog, Destroyer, or even Hulk! At least with these other outcomes, Thor is still fighting and you can see that it can go either way at times, BUT with TUTINAX...holy crap, he takes Thor down in the first fight in just a few blows, but this issue is even worst...he takes Thor down even faster! so what's going on here?? Thor is taken down again like a big brother of 16 pushing his little brother of 10 yrs old into the dirt!

Is he that powerful?? That all it takes is a few pages for Thor to lose??

Mr. Rodi - What the hell is going on??


In Rodi's other Thor mini, Astonishing Thor, Thor didn't do much of note. How does a writer think having the lead character get his ass kicked every other issue against a throwaway character builds interest in said character. I glanced at this turd of a comic in the store and I see Thor ends up looking like concrete inspector again. The story doesn't appear to be very good, the least he could do is give us good fight sequences. The fight was very short and frankly wouldn't have been very good if Thor was the winner.


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