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  • Hardcover: 136 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US (22 Oct 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785168435
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168430
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 1.3 x 26.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 402,330 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Culleton on 4 Nov 2013
Format: Hardcover
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Following on from Thor: God of Thunder, Jason Aaron, Esad Ribic and the rest of the creative team continue the tale of the God Butcher as he faces three Thor's, brought together through time to stop Gorr from unleashing his ultimate weapon of doom, the Godbomb, crafted for 900 years with one intent; destroy all Gods through all time.

This five-part story has the same epic-ness as Aaron's first volume. This time, the younger Thor is enslaved on Gorr's black world, where Gods from across the cosmos have been mining broken moons for Gorr's weapon, which is fuelled by the blood of deities. Thor finds his future self's granddaughters; Atli, Ellisiv and Frigg Wodendottir, the Goddesses of Thunder, and together they formulate an attack on the Godbomd.

Meanwhile, Thor the Avenger and ancient King Thor of Asgard sail through space to join forces with their younger self and face Gorr in one last battle. At each turn though, Gorr is able to thwart the attacks and it seems that he may just be able to carry out his deadly plan and wipe out all Gods from the universe once and for all.

With stunning artwork (including the covers) once more from Esad Ribic, this new era of Thor under the Marvel NOW! revolution just gets better and better. Visually breathtaking, with great scenes, great action and great dialogue, especially between the three Thor's, this story simply must be already among the great classic Thor stories Marvel has ever produced. When you have quality lines such as "Still a few billion light years, but we've got a good solar wind at our backs and ale a plenty." "We've no more ale." "Hela's pale bosom, boy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mice Guy TOP 100 REVIEWER on 25 Dec 2013
Format: Hardcover
The story which runs through issues #6-11 of Marvel Now’s Thor God of Thunder comic is collected as Thor God of Thunder: Godbomb. This concludes the Thor: God of Thunder story from the preceding volume, though it somehow lacks something the first half had. Maybe I read the first half expecting less that I got, and so read the second half expecting something much more. There is nothing wrong with this volume, and it delivers quite a lot, as we end up with the young Thor from the Viking age joining then God Squad – we even get to meet Allfather Thor’s granddaughters! I suppose that if you liked the first half of this story, then you will like the second half; and if you loved the first half, then you’ll like the second half.

THE SPOILER ZONE
Issue #6 is the origin of the God Butcher – who appears to have acquired a Venom-like symbiote to become the God Butcher. The rest of the story sees Young Thor kidnapped by the God Butcher and taken to his world where he has enslaved the inhabitants of Allfather Thor’s Asgard and is forcing them to build the Godbomb – a device that will kill all gods in the universe. Young Thor stages a breakout, but fails to achieve anything, but is fortunately rescued by the older Thors, who have sailed from Asgard to do final battle with the God Butcher. There is a bit more to it all than that, of course, as we meet some of the enslaved inhabitants of the future Asgard, as well as discovering the true nature of Shadrak, god of Bombs…

This is an entertaining adventure, with much wit in the scripting, especially in the way the time-travel paradoxes are actually discussed and eventually resolved.
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By Kanachi on 9 April 2014
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Arived quickly and in good condition. First graphic novel series that i've read for a while. Fantastic artwork and a great story. As with all time travel stories its kinda a bit funky, but knowingly so. The read heart of the story is in the morality the gods themselves and how Thor thinks/feels about what he battles.
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