There are many incredible looking comic books out these days, but one of my favourite-looking series at the moment is thanks to the incredible art of Russell Dauterman and colourist Matthew Wilson in The Mighty Thor. Here's some choice bits of art from their wonderful work.
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In this week's issue of The Mighty Thor, Thor's trusty hammer gets to do something totally strange, and unlike anything we've seen it do in a long time. But while people are freaking out about this strange "new power," it's not really new. It's more of a mix of some weird and wonderful things the hammer's done in the past.
You might have noticed that for the past few years, Thor has not been a title used by the man who's been Thor since 1962. The role has been taken up by none other than Jane Foster, and she's been doing a damn good job. But although her adventures are continuing, the Odinson is finally back with a comic of his own.
The ultimate unlock in Smite's 2016 World Championship-funding Odyssey is finally live, and I get a chance to put Ragnarok Force X Thor through his paces.
Whoa. Then again, Thor entering the Disney princess circuit would also give people a reason to never, ever retire the whole "Disney princesses as ." Hmm.
One of those people is Loki actor Tom Hiddleston. The other is not.
There are going to be some disappointed moviegoers in Shanghai, that's for sure. As noted by Kotaku reader Mox Factor, the Shanghai Bona Insun International Cineplex accidentally (accidentally?) used a fan-made Photoshop image for a Thor 2 promotional image in the theatre. A Chinese micro-blogger originally uploaded the image.
Really? Thor? Here now for a moment of brightness in a day filled with grim news and controversy: This video from Leigh Lahav and Tom Trager that reimagines Thor: The Dark World as an episode of Arrested Development.