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Subj: Re: Could the God of Hammers be.. (Sorry for the broken link. Its FiXED)
Posted: Sun Dec 05, 2021 at 05:58:37 pm EST (Viewed 208 times)
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Just glanced through the issue and it still baffles me how Aaron has yet to be apprehended for his iconoclasm lol.

Although the short story by Ruocchio about a young King Arthur and Mjolnir was a surprise.



Ha-I had not thought of it but in terms of the comic book world it certainly fits. I am not sure why they added that second story. I do not think it has any relevance to the main arc but it was worthy of entry. Kind of reminded me of the old back-up stories in the old Avengers Classic mode. It was too short for any real analysis but it is interesting that Thor represents the old dying gods where Arthur represents the the coming of Christianity as the new way. The new still has some roots in the old. More likely it was just a way to fill out the last few pages. \:\-\)


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