Siege: Thor (Thor (Marvel Paperback)) Paperback – 5 Jan 2011
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Thor #607 starts the action right at the start of Siege: a prophecy fortells that Asgard will fall and the God of War will die. Heimdell is imprisoned and thus can't stop what is about to occur. Volstagg (on the run from Chicago following the "accident" that started Siege in the first place) is attacked by Ragnarok - the evil android/clone of Thor.
#608 continues the plot - the battle in Asgard told from Tyr and Heimdell's perspective, and the fight between Volstagg and Ragnarok underneath Asgard. As I'm not a massive Thor reader, I had no idea what was going on with Kelda and whoever Bill was...
Then comes Siege: Loki, which makes everything SO much deeper! Here, it seems that he was the one who had initially begun to whisper to Osborn, pretending to be the Green Goblin, and thus unsettling his mind. And then, there's a story about the Disir, and Loki makes a deal with the devil and Hela and... It just gets complicated! I know he's the God of Mischief and Mayhem, but I'm never sure what his plan is! Think Petyr Baelish from Game of Thrones and you won't go too far wrong! The art in this one is much more cartoony than the others in this book.
Thor #609 continues the Siege story following the Fall of Asgard (due to the Sentry), and Loki makes an appearance, telling half-truths to Balder in an effort to force him to abdicate, linking back to Thor #600.Read more ›
The art is consistently good and the plot feels mostly relevant.