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Norvell

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Subj: Re: Empyre #6 Thor.
Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2020 at 03:20:28 pm EDT (Viewed 149 times)
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Hi all I just read this from someone on CBR about Thor in issue 6

This is interesting to say the least and it’s really long overdue. However, I think writers may overlook it. I’m glad that someone has decided to look at Thor as the protector of Earth in more ways than one. It’s a real shame that series wasn’t released. It would have been great to see more of his relationship with his mom.

Here’s the One thing that I really liked was Thor's power-up. It's really a shame his tie-in leading up to that moment got cancelled, but it was nice seeing what his quest was for, and I think it really payed off. Man, his whole speech there and power showcase was cool. I mean, come on, he was channeling power from Gaea and controlling all flora across the world! How amazing is that? I wonder if he's gonna keep this sort of power in future stories or if writers are just gonna conveniently ignore it. I think he should keep it. I really like the idea of Thor having nature-based powers other than just thunder.


What do you think?





My impression is that Thor called in a favor and that it was actually Gaea, acting through Thor, who shut down the Cotati.


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