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Subj: Re: WotR - Journey into Mystery #1: Spring may not have sprung yet but Marvel has...
Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 at 05:15:41 pm EDT (Viewed 77 times)
Reply Subj: Re: WotR - Journey into Mystery #1: Spring may not have sprung yet but Marvel has...
Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 at 08:15:16 am EDT (Viewed 77 times)



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      I don't think he has any way of getting to where Thor is. Otherwise he'd go there instantly. Lockjaw he ain't, sadly. Say, I wonder if Lockjaw could get to where Thor is.

    I don't keep complete track of Thor stuff, but isn't there still a Bifrost portal?


I think Malekith destroyed it.


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    Thori can fly, at interstellar speeds even. It's not fancy teleportation like Lockjaw, but he can get around.


Cool! Interstellar! That's even better than modern Krypto, I think.


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    At any rate, I'm not sure I would call Thor his master. Thori is sapient (capable of speech).


I love it when people use the word "sapient" - it's one of my favorite words. A lot of people use "sentient" when what they really mean is "sapient" - to which I say in my most Victor Von tone: "Bah."


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    He goes where he pleases and chooses his own companion (he likes Daimon Hellstrom too).


Hellstrom needs to appear in War of the Realms. Ares (son of Zeus) showed up so now we need the Son of Satan (or Mephisto or whomever he's the son of nowadays). And who doesn't want to see Hellstrom with a dog?


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    Often, he's even been with Hela (and even her alt-universe version Leah). He is a Hel Hound, after all.


I wonder what he thinks of Garm.


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      That name drives me nuts. Gaea is the GREEK goddess of the Earth. (sigh)

    Every mythological Earth goddess is her.


Really? Wow!


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    I do suggest reading the Avengers Arena series (18 issues)


TPB Purchased! 25 dollars. Nice art!


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    and its followup mini, Avengers Undercover (10 issues).


Not yet purchased.


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    While I didn't like the outcomes for several characters, it was a good story. X-23 is also in it (it's not just Avengers kids).


Looking forward to reading it.






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