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Mighty Thor #5 (Believe the mad desert women Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Thu Sep 01, 2011 9:43 am

Man, when you’re used to Olivier Coipel, Koi Pham filling in is a bit jarring. His work did look pretty good, but nowhere near the level Coipel has been at in this book. I hope #6 is all-Olivier all the time. At least he drew the Thor/Surfer and Odin/Galactus fights, as those were just epic as hell. The way he drew it and the way Fraction wrote was just amazing, each punch was momentous. Apart from that, the best thing about this book is how Fraction writes Volstagg, just hilarious. I’m intrigued by how this story will end, and especially how it feeds into Fear Itself.

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