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by Tan Eng Huat,Jose Villarrubia,Bryan J. L. Glass

ePub Thor: First Thunder download
Author:
Tan Eng Huat,Jose Villarrubia,Bryan J. L. Glass
ISBN13:
978-0785151913
ISBN:
0785151915
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Publisher:
Marvel; First Edition edition (March 16, 2011)
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Subcategory:
Graphic Novels
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1819 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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641

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3. Thor: First Thunder. Bryan J. Glass, Tan Eng Huat (Illustrator), Jose Villarrubia (Illustrator). Published by Marvel (2011)

3. Published by Marvel (2011). ISBN 10: 0785151915 ISBN 13: 9780785151913.

Witness the legend reborn with a modern touch by Harvey Award-winning writer Bryan .

Thor: First Thunder 5 issues. Volume Published by Marvel. A retelling of Thor's origin. Glass and drawn by Tan Eng Huat. Short summary describing this volume. Revealed for a new generation: the origin-and first year on Earth-of the God of Thunder! Who is the enigmatic Doctor Donald Blake? What is the secret that drives him to travel the world, seeking its challenges, and how does it connect him to the banished Prince of Asgard? Collected in Thor: First Thunder. José Villarrubia 5. Brian Haberlin 5. Tan Eng Huat 5.

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Thor First Thunder Comics – 2010. Glass (Author), Tan Eng Huat (Illustrator)

Thor First Thunder Comics – 2010. Glass (Author), Tan Eng Huat (Illustrator). And can Thor defeat the mutant Sandu who possesses power great enough to make even a Thunder God kneel? Meanwhile, what part does the vengeance of Loki continue to play in discovering the truth behind Thor's banishment from Asgard? Plus, is the relationship of Don Blake and Jane Foster doomed before it can even begin?

Bryan J. Glass (The Mice Templar) and acclaimed Eisner-winning artist Tan Eng Huat. Thunder - For other uses, see Thunder (disambiguation). Thunder is the sound made by lightning.

Witness the legend reborn with a modern touch by Harvey Award-winning writer Bryan J.

Writer: Bryan J. Glass. Artist: Tan Eng Huat. Publication date: November 2010 - March 2011.

Revealed for a new generation: the origin-and first year on Earth-of the God of Thunder! Who is the enigmatic Doctor Donald Blake? What is the secret that drives him to travel the world, seeking its challenges, and how does it connect him to the banished Prince of Asgard? Why has Thor been exiled to walk amongst mankind-and battle threats from beyond the stars? And before the entire saga is over, how will he react when confronted by the likes of Tony Stark, Reed Richards and his devious brother Loki? Witness the legend reborn with a modern touch by Harvey Award-winning writer Bryan J.L. Glass (The Mice Templar) and acclaimed Eisner-winning artist Tan Eng Huat (SILVER SURFER: IN THY NAME)! COLLECTING: Thor: First Thunder #1-5
  • I'm not a Thor fan, at least not yet. I picked this up because I found it in good condition for less than a dollar, and because I'm trying to find something to read enjoy from Marvel.

    This is the story of Thor's first year as a Super Hero on Earth. Unlike the movies, Thor has an Alter Ego like most Super Heroes. But unlike most Super Heroes, his alter ego is actually a separate person with their own personality, memories, and social life. Donald Blake is a physician with a bad leg, not only is he the vessel for the hero Thor, but he actually acts as Thor's Jimminy Cricket. He brings humanity to the God of Thunder. I found that a bit interesting, and I have to wonder why the movies chose not to use this angle.

    Thor battles Loki, and a couple other villains, and even Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four, trying to discover why he is teathered to Donald Blake, and forced to live on Earth, away from his home in Asgard.

    Some plot points kind of don't make a lot of sense to me, I was left with questions that didn't get answered. And although I get the reasoning behind Thor's Shaspearian speak, I have never liked listening to it for prolonged amounts of time. There's a reason it's a dated form of communication. The art style is not very good either. Too many little lines make the characters look like they have sandpaper for skin, and Loki looks like the freaking Joker.

    This comic didn't make a Thor fan out of me. But it made me more interested in the series than the movies ever did. I think I may look into his 60's comics sometime to get a better understanding of the character.

  • I bought this novel not knowing what to expect. I was a little disappointed with some of the artwork. I love Loki but he's drawn in almost every frame looking more like the Joker in a Loki suit. This artist also is not as good at drawing women as he is men. His females look a bit scary to me. Luckily the story is mostly males. The story itself is sort of a retelling of the origin story of Donald Blake as Thor so a lot of it will be very familiar to those who know the Marvel history of Thor. All in all I really liked it, so I just took off one star for the artwork problem. There is no credit given for the covers but the cover of issue #2 is famous -Loki on the throne but in a painted form that makes him look sexy and dangerous, where as the rest of the book, he looks like he escaped from Arkham Asylum.

  • This was an interesting way to flesh out the early stories from the Stan Lee/ Jack Kirby run on Thor, but the artwork isn't to my liking. It gets better later on, but only so much, don't regret buying it. Only recommend to hard-core Thor readers like myself.