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    Quote Originally Posted by JKtheMac View Post
    Well this isn't a Dr Strange thread but I am not sure I agree with that. I think he has taken pains to run with the character, all be it split across two characters for a while, that Aaron left him. I am sure if you asked him he wouldn't feel like he is "fixing" anything.
    Probably not, but I won't argue with the results whether he intended it or not .
    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel22 View Post
    Waid certainly has fans, and I've liked a lot of what he's done, but I'm more interested in newer voices at the moment. I think he's fine, certainly experienced and technically competent, but I'm not excited to read more from him. Maybe if I were newer to comics or hadn't read so much of his stuff already I'd be more keen on the idea.

    But sign me up for Samnee on...well, anything, really. But a nice run on an Asgardian book would be awesome.
    Newer voices are fine but I'm at a point where I'd rather have a writer I can better trust or have faith in as far as Thor and his mythos is concerned.

    I guess I'd also be lying if I said I wasn't worried a newer writer would be more prone to just continuing with Aaron's interpretations instead of doing something different.

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    Rick Remender would be an excellent choice to write Thor.

    The way he handled Thor during his Uncanny Avengers run was amazing, and his use of Odin in just three pages was better than anything Aaron has written for Odin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wall-Crawler View Post
    Rick Remender would be an excellent choice to write Thor.

    The way he handled Thor during his Uncanny Avengers run was amazing, and his use of Odin in just three pages was better than anything Aaron has written for Odin.
    Loved his Thor in UA. I thought that was a great time for Thor with Remender and God of Thunder being so good.
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    Reading the early issues I'm really liking the Tales of Asgard section, so you get a present day Thor story then a story into Thor's or Asgard's past. I'm curious, having not read the current comics recently I know that TOA isn't around obviously, but is the structure still the same? I mean having a flashback story in addition to the main story. Or is it more like having a flashback but it affects the plot of the main story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wall-Crawler View Post
    Rick Remender would be an excellent choice to write Thor.

    The way he handled Thor during his Uncanny Avengers run was amazing, and his use of Odin in just three pages was better than anything Aaron has written for Odin.
    Yeah I could go for this

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    Thor #343 May 1984
    "If I Should Die Before I Wake...!"
    Fafnir is in New York on a rampage, screaming for the Son of Odin, and begins destroying buildings;
    Thor is unaware of what's going on because he's in Antarctica with Eilif;
    Thor tells him that he is proud of his reckless courage, but the granting of Valhalla is beyond him;
    Only Odin and the Valkyries can decide who sits in that realm;

    But Thor tells him that for old times sake, he will take Eilif's fate in his hands;
    For Fafnir awaits him in New York and he would take Eilif with him;
    Thor then calls to Odin to grant him a sign that Eilif be his shield bearer;
    After half an hour, out of nowhere, flies Cloud rider's

    and Thor's own chariot pulled by Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder;

    Script and art by Walter Simonson
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    Quote Originally Posted by 616MarvelYear is LeapYear View Post
    Thor #343 May 1984
    "If I Should Die Before I Wake...!"
    Fafnir is in New York on a rampage, screaming for the Son of Odin, and begins destroying buildings;
    Thor is unaware of what's going on because he's in Antarctica with Eilif;
    Thor tells him that he is proud of his reckless courage, but the granting of Valhalla is beyond him;
    Only Odin and the Valkyries can decide who sits in that realm;

    But Thor tells him that for old times sake, he will take Eilif's fate in his hands;
    For Fafnir awaits him in New York and he would take Eilif with him;
    Thor then calls to Odin to grant him a sign that Eilif be his shield bearer;
    After half an hour, out of nowhere, flies Cloud rider's

    and Thor's own chariot pulled by Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder;

    Script and art by Walter Simonson
    So freaking good

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    I think Saladin Ahmed might do a good job on Thor. I really liked his Black Bolt run, and I haven't heard anything bad about his run on Miles Morales or Ms. Marvel so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overhazard View Post
    I think Saladin Ahmed might do a good job on Thor. I really liked his Black Bolt run, and I haven't heard anything bad about his run on Miles Morales or Ms. Marvel so far.
    Hmm...I'd be interested in reading Ahmed's take on Thor .

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