The Legacy of Thanos – part one!
When a universally loathed foe kidnaps Thor‘s baby sister Laussa and drags her so deep beyond Hel that not even Sif’s All-Sight can see her, the God of Thunder must call upon the one ally who has traveled so far into the unknown before: Rúna.
But what dark secrets of Asgard‘s bloody past lay beneath the frozen waters?
Un Cómic MásTorunn offers a brilliant start to a new arc where Thor must stop a new and dangerous cosmic conspiracy by Thanos and for that he must investigate the past of his grandfather Bor. Perfect balance between mythology and mystery.
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: A thrilling, intense mystery that caught my attention from the first and kept it throughout as Gronbekk reveals more interesting and engaging twists throughout. There is great tension throughout the story and I love the parallel stories with Thor and Runa. The trek through the hidden world is compelling and I love all of the dangers the characters face within it. I look forward to seeing where this story goes next. The Art: Klein continues to deliver some beautifully detailed and engaging art in this issue. The art style is perfect for these characters and I love the immersive nature of the panels.
ComicBook.comThere's just enough of a balance between pathos, exposition, and (brilliantly-rendered by Nic Klein) action sequences. I'm definitely excited to see what the future holds.
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Comic WatchTorunn Grnbekks first outing as Thor writer teases a creepy new mystery while making exciting additions to Marvels Thor mythos. And as always, every page of Thor is gorgeous to boot.
Marvel Heroes LibraryA new story arc with a focus on Thanos, not a regular Thor supporting player, is intriguing as it also involves Thor’s baby sister Laussa and the search of a black Infinity Stone.
The Comicbook DispatchThor #29 kicks off a brand new story arc that looks like it will finally focus on that vision Thor had about Thanos. The comic delves right into the meat of the story and goes from point A to B to C to get everything set for the journey to come with Thor and Runa as he sets out to rescue his baby sister Laussa from Corvus Glaive.While the story isn't that excitable, it does get there near the end and sets up the next issue for even more action for both the heroes and the villain. Nic Klein's return to art on the book is a welcome surprise and makes the book look good like in previous story arcs in this series.
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