BlueStreak wrote:BlueStreak's Review: Recalibrated to Compensate for Other Reviews in this Thread
There comes a comic once a generation that redefines the medium. Without a doubt, that comic is Thor: The Mighty Avenger #3. Plot and art are merged together in a spectacular array of sequential panels, moving from left to right in resplendent harmony. Thor: The Mighty Avenger #3 is more than a comic, it's a bold concept meant to be emulated in real life. Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee should be awarded Presidential Medals of Honor for contributing something so pure and wonderful into the world. These are our generation's Picassos whose art has distributed to the masses in twenty two page pamphlets of sheer awesomeness.
Hang on to these copies for future generations. In fifty years, your copy of Thor: The Mighty Avenger #3 will be worshiped as the holy book of a new religion, a religion built upon the principles of hope, love, and Asgardian hobos.
I'm having ADD issues today so I couldn't read this in one sitting, but what I did read has me siding with BlueStreaker. Love, nay, LOVE, the art.