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The Immortal Thor #11

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

FOLLOWING UP ON THE G.O.D.S. PAGE FROM IMMORTAL THOR #1! Tyr had vanished, and there were whispers of cosmic forces at work. And so, the children of Odin gathered in their father’s name – to search for one of their own. Regal Thor, fierce Angela, brave Balder, swift Hermod, quiet Honir, strong Vidar, cunning Loki, even Laussa the youngest, all were there…and another beside. Another, whose name they feared. This is the story of THE IMMORTAL THOR…and the lost son of Odin.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    This comic never ceases to impress and amaze in each of its installments, each chapter is a brilliant twist in this story that mixes Norse mythology with relevant current realities.

  • 80

    Nerd Initiative

    I loved every bit of the writing for The Immortal Thor #11. The dialogue from the characters was serious but you could still see a sibling-like humor between them. Personally, I think it would be very difficult to make a storyline involving so many strong characters and each of them still be able to shine, but Al Ewing nailed it. I can’t wait to see what Ewing does with The Immortal Thor #12.

  • 80

    The Immortal Thor becomes one of the early adopters of the new cosmic Marvel paradigm laid out in Jonathan Hickman and Valerio Schiti’s G.O.D.S., and it’s a fine fit. That’s partly because Al Ewing adeptly weaves the ideas Hickman threaded in G.O.D.S. into concepts Ewing explored in his Ultimates series in the wake of Secret Wars (another Hickman-penned tale). Having these two creators in conversation with one another is a delight and in no way derails the narrative of The Immortal Thor. Thus far, Ewing has fixated on redefining the nature of Marvel’s Thor in contrast to that of the mythological Thor. Reordering the Marvel cosmos fits right into that narrative. Ewing’s deliberate pace as he and artist Valentina Pinti assemble Odin’s offspring for their gathering helps convey the mythological scale of the tale, and the two skalds dueling for narration privileges is a solid comedic bit. Piniti’s art appears, at first, a bit plain and not up to soaking in the campfire tale atmosphere of the plot but that straightforwardness helps bridge the gap between the Asgardians’ world and the sleekness of the In-Betweener’s realm. Finishing off with an exciting mystery makes this another stellar The Immortal Thor issue.

  • 80

    First Comics News

    No review.

  • 80

    Caped Joel

  • 80

    Marvel Heroes Library

    A new story arc fools us by opening with Captain America then switching to Thorgathering all of Odin’s children, some totally unfamiliar to even the Marvelfans of longest standing. The issue spends most of its page count introducing us to these unknown characters before sending us off to a weird realm full of Skinner Boxes. Not a bad issue as it makes even the introductions lucid and interesting; now we have to do the same for the plot….

  • 40

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    The Immortal Thor #11 begins a new story with characters you’ve never heard of in supporting roles to rescue a character you’ve never heard of as a tie-in to another series whose story hasn’t been told yet. Ewing’s plodding pace gets even slower, and the guest artist’s talents aren’t up to Coccolo’s work.

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