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Mighty Thor #20 (Trust me Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Fri Sep 21, 2012 9:56 am

So I guess Loki is evil again right? Or is he? I honestly don’t know, at times it seemed like he was genuinely back to his old ways, but then at others it looked like being a triple-cross. Once again, you can blame all of this confusion on me not reading JiM. But apart from that, this continues to be epic Thor storytelling at it’s best, helped by fantastic artwork from Alan Davis, who is doing some of the best work of his career here I think. Seriously, this is JLA: The Nail level good. One of the things I liked best was how he drew Loki’s face differently when he was being ‘evil’, he didn’t look like a kid in those panels, but like his old self. I also continue to like how Fraction is using Volstagg not as a joke, which is refreshing. What was that thing at the end? A Hel-Wolf? Never heard of it before.
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Postby Tyr Stormbringer » Fri Sep 21, 2012 10:12 am

Agreed on all parts, and yes you are missing major parts of the story having not read JiM.

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