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Roxxon Presents: Thor #1

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Universal acclaim

Based on 8 critic ratings.

From the pages of The Immortal Thor – the Roxxon Age of Comixx begins!

In his secret identity as A.I. spokesguru Chad Hammer, the son of Odin knows Mama Gaea is a top priority for heroes and for business!

But when a group of insane environmental activists take “saving the Earth” too far, it’s time to show them the wisdom on both sides – as Thor!

But which God of Evil is prompting the kids to rebel?

Could it be… Loki, God of Evil???

Featuring an all-star cast of heroes! Minotaur! Executioner! Enchantress! And the Thor-Truck!

This is the story of The Roxxin’ Thor… and it’s a vital part of the “Absolute Absolution” mega-event!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Roxxon Presents: Thor #1 is a comic book artifact made real. It’s the issue that the Minotaur gives Thor to read, an issue that – with the help of Enchantress and Skurge the Executioner – will rewrite Thor’s existence to better synergize with the Roxxon Corporation’s corporate goals. As part of Al Ewing’s ongoing The Immortal Thor story, Roxxon Presents: Thor #1 is a crucial look at a core theme, what corporately-owned comics and other mass media could do – or is it, have done – to how we tell stories. And within these pages, Ewing makes the case for why that is a vitally important thing to consider.

  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    This turn of the arc begun in The Immortal Thor is brilliant and crudely creative, where it slaps us with our current reality and the banality that the city drives us with social networks, which are taken advantage of by corporations.

  • 100

    First Comics News

    This tie-in to The Immortal Thor is a comic book artifact that feels so real with the Roxxon Corporation putting out their own Thor comic that takes liberties with the character but is heavy on the corporate side (I still chuckle over Thor having an alter-ego known as Chad Hammer); The rewriting of Thor’s history makes for great satire (which Al Ewing has fun with) and shows that with an issue like this can have some edginess to it but at the same time, can get some laughs in, therefore making this a great read.

  • 100


    Roxxon Presents: Thor #1 is an interesting intellectual exercise. It is also uproariously funny, even as it makes you think. This is a fine comic in the tradition of the works of Dennis O’Neil and Dwayne McDuffie, and well worth reading.

  • 100

    Caped Joel

  • 90


    Roxxon Presents: Thor #1 is a fun experiment in taking a side adventure into a possible nightmare version of a corporatized Thor. Serving as a commentary on corporate greed with nods to real-world consumer options, this is an enjoyable and truly unique read.

  • 80

    Marvel Heroes Library

    Self-parody but self-parody with a purpose. The machinations of the rich and powerful are presented in a silly comic book, lulling the readers into a false sense of irony so that they miss the real dangers. I can only hope I’ve given an adequate view of the story as it works on several levels and is full of tiny details (such as hinting at the huge number of advertisements surrounding the comic story which have been “omitted” in the online version) with blatant product placement. This is one of the most “meta” Marvel comics I’ve seen.

  • 70

    Comic Watch

    Roxxon Presents: Thor #1 is an outstandingly funny, gloriously trashy satire of brand-sponsored comics.

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