(This review may contain spoilers).
I think all of the superheroes in Marvel (and probably DC, too) are quite interesting characters – but my favourite has become and still remains Thor – with Loki being my favourite villain.
This comic book was quite an interesting one. It was nice to see the other Avengers in the book as well. Thor might be more about the muscles and brawn than intelligence, but I do think it’s clear how honourable and how much of a good heart he has. And that seems quite clear in this issue.
It was interesting to see the different versions of Thor at the end of the book, too. I also really liked seeing the scene of Thor and Loki as children. I would have liked to see a bit more of their past together. I’m quite intrigued by how their relationship is represented in the fandom.
I did get a bit confused with all of the different gods appearing. It was good to see glimpses of Olympus, too. And I did also like seeing the images of the other Asgardian gods, even though there were only small glimpses.
This definitely makes me want to read more of Thor’s comics.