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Thor #34

Comicscore Index
Generally unfavorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.


While Thor races Doctor Doom through time before Doom can tear reality itself asunder in his latest grab for power, they find Thanos at the heart of it all, finally revealing the power struggle that brought Thor’s grandfather, Bor, and Thanos to all-out war – the ultimate weapon, hidden away for millennia. But Doom will stop at nothing to control it!

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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 86

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Gronbekk crafts an engaging story in this issue. It’s an interesting journey through time for the characters and I really enjoyed how the story and the characters come together in exciting ways. I loved the inclusion of Thanos in the story and the three way conflict between him, Thor and Doom. The plot is exciting and filled with great moments that make me excited to see where it goes next.

    The Art: Gedeon and Davila deliver some beautifully detailed and thrilling art that perfectly complements the exciting and surprising story.

  • 80

    Un Cómic Más

  • 70

    First Comics News

  • 60

    Marvel Heroes Library

    Okay, I now confess that I am not following this story. Much of what I’m looking at has little connection to what has gone before. This story arc concludes with the next issue. I’ll be back then. This review may change, depending on what happens next time. Or maybe I just need a nap. Either way….

  • 50

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Thor #34 appears to be the penultimate issue of this story arc, where we see Thor vs. Dr. Doom vs. Thanos for the fate of a mysterious child who unsurprisingly turns out to be Hela. Don’t let Nic Klein’s cover fool you though, there’s very little action in this comic between these three and Juan Gedeon’s art sadly isn’t up to the task of bringing such a battle to life. It also doesn’t help that the comic wastes too much time on themes that are supposed to be grand but are poorly told and end up being extremely derivative of subject matter explored in past Thor runs. Unfortunately, this comic fails to deliver what should be an otherwise fun and epic comic featuring a battle between three of Marvel Comic’s most popular heavy-hitters.

  • 45

    Comic Book Revolution

    Thor #34 falls completely flat because of the narrative choices made. Even in the few positive moments that are all canceled out by writing that gets in its own way. It leads to what takes place in Thor #34 failing to have the epic tone you would expect from a story involving Thor, Thanos, and Doctor Doom.

  • 20

    The fresh ideas disappeared a long time ago, as this Thor run is limping to the finish line by throwing whatever it can at readers to try and get their attention. There’s no need for Thanos, Doctor Doom, Loki, and Hela to all be in this book, but they keep popping up so that they can be featured on the covers and hopefully sell a couple of extra copies. A sad end to a tumultuous run.

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