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    I know this is pretty subjective thing, but I think Mike del Mundo is arguably the best, and surely "the most appropriate" artist for Thor in a long, long time. Ribic is great, but his style is not well attuned to otherworldly stuff, imo. His work is more about the physical aspect. More Conan than Thor, in other words. Why would Thor revel in otherworldly stuff, you ask? Well...

    And Dauterman, while good artist, is too slick for my tastes (speaking only in the context of the subject matter, of course). I know he's quite popular, but popularity should be a concern of marketing people, not mine.

    So, my answer to the question about the creative team I would like to work on the title after Aaron would be: del Mundo should stay, if possible.

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    Happy Thor's Day!!!

    Journey into Mystery #101 Feb 1964
    "The Return of Zarrko, the Tomorrow Man!"
    Loki convinces Odin to reduce Thor's power in punishment for loving Jane Foster,

    and then restores the memory of the Tomorrow Man so that he can come back in time and defeat Thor;

    He builds a powerful robot, and when Thor cannot defeat it he agrees to help the Tomorrow Man conquer the 23rd century

    Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by George Roussos (as G. Bell)
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    I'm the best there is at what I do, but what I do best isn't very nice.
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    "Tales of Asgard" back-up: "The Invasion of Asgard"

    Loki makes a hole in Asgard's defenses

    and lures Thor there to face an attack alone.

    Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by George Roussos (as G. Bell)
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    I hope whoever takes over from Aaron on Thor is able to write more consistent Asgardian dialogue, because the disparity between Asgardian characters talking like they normally do, albeit a fair bit brasher or more crass, and then talking like your average New Yorker in a Marvel book just really takes me out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    I hope whoever takes over from Aaron on Thor is able to write more consistent Asgardian dialogue, because the disparity between Asgardian characters talking like they normally do, albeit a fair bit brasher or more crass, and then talking like your average New Yorker in a Marvel book just really takes me out of it.
    I know what you mean. I can understand how difficult this type of dialogue can be, and I find it commendable that any writer is willing to do this task.

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    http://www.adventuresinpoortaste.com...eview-thor-10/

    Here's the preview for the next Thor comic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marge_23 View Post
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    Here's the preview for the next Thor comic.
    LFMAO Odin is destroyed beyond repair.

    Thor looking for hammers every chapter... nothing new.

    I'm dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marge_23 View Post
    http://www.adventuresinpoortaste.com...eview-thor-10/

    Here's the preview for the next Thor comic.
    Odin talking about mead, sleeping with a bunch of women, and how he's not really all that good an All-Father. Yep, it's Aaron's Odin .

    Dear lord, even when he has actual hammers Thor can't shut up about hammers .

    "You always were a mother's boy" that...sounds kind of offensive, I think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Odin talking about mead, sleeping with a bunch of women, and how he's not really all that good an All-Father. Yep, it's Aaron's Odin .

    Dear lord, even when he has actual hammers Thor can't shut up about hammers .

    "You always were a mother's boy" that...sounds kind of offensive, I think?
    Yeah this issue is supposed to really portray odin as an unfaithful drunk who has utterly failed in all aspects of his life...
    And yeah that line kinda had a nasty tone to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by marge_23 View Post
    Yeah this issue is supposed to really portray odin as an unfaithful drunk who has utterly failed in all aspects of his life...
    And yeah that line kinda had a nasty tone to it
    I'm not even remotely surprised

    I've said before I think someone's issues are being worked through

    Of course I could be wrong and opinions vary

    But it's same old same old I feel

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilderkin View Post
    I'm not even remotely surprised

    I've said before I think someone's issues are being worked through

    Of course I could be wrong and opinions vary

    But it's same old same old I feel
    Looking back at Aaron's other work...you might have a point.

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    I'm still predicting that this will be a semi-redeeming issue, but I have to admit it is not off to a great start.

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