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bd2999

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makkari1

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Subj: Re: Unfortunately I still see the previous 'leaked' conclusion coming true...
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 01:36:54 pm EST (Viewed 136 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Unfortunately I still see the previous 'leaked' conclusion coming true...
Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 at 09:06:41 pm EST (Viewed 208 times)



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      1. Odin dies at the hands of Mangog.

    Sadly I believe you. Knowing Aaron's disdain of men in general this is the path he has chosen. I wonder how he got the writing job for Thor? Truly amazing to me. Since Aaron clearly has a bias against gods in general his has to bring Odin down for his crowning work. The sad thing is that Odin will probably die a coward, great work Aaron.


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      2. Thor has his metal arm destroyed.

    Thor shouldn't have it in the first place but I'm surprised that Aaron hasn't lopped off other body parts just throw salt in the wound. 


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      3. Jane becomes Thor one last time and throws Mjolnir into Mangog's mouth.

    Thor shot a godblast down his throat before it should work. Nothing new here.

    When did he do that? War Thor did lightening and Thor in Jurgens did anti-force.


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      4. Mjolnir/The cosmic storm sacrifices itself and the resulting explosion kills Mangog.

    I hope this retcon gets retconed.



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      5. Without Mjolnir, Jane reverts to her mortal form with only moments to live.[/qoute]

    Why is this book called Thor when clearly Thor is not the hero he used to be and Jane has taken his place. 



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      6. Dr Strange freezes her in time to prolong these last few breaths
    7. Dr Strange creates a new hammer from the amber liquid of the Fates, but it has no power source.

I think the way Aaron has written Thor Dr. Strange has more power than Odin so this isn't a problem for him.

To be fair, pending the incarnation of Strange one could argue he is more powerful than whomever. Sort of depends on the day and depiction for Strange.


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    8. Thor (the real Thor) sacrifices his immortal life to fuel the hammer to save Jane, his new golden arm binds him to the golden hammer
    9. Jane is given the new hammer, saving her life, the hammer has the personality of Thor; however...
    10. ...when Jane summons (the power of) Thor with this new hammer SHE switches places with him, meaning He is free while She becomes the personality of the hammer.

If Marvel editors allow this I'm done with Marvel



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