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Thor by Dan Jurgens & John Romita Jr. - Volume 1 (Anglais) Comic – 7 octobre 2009

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Two of comicdom's classic creators collaborate as Thor returns from Heroes Reborn to find the gods of at least three pantheons against him! Plus: Who is the Destroyer, and who will be destroyed? Guest-starring Spider-Man, Namor the Sub-Mariner, and the Avengers! Collects Thor #1-8, and Peter Parker: Spider-Man #2.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Big and Powerful - The Way it Should Be 8 avril 2011
Par Steven W. Rhoden - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Comic Achat vérifié
If you like Thor this is one of the milestones in his character run you should pick up. Collections one and two are truly epic and recommended.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Now considered a classic run 1 juillet 2012
Par North London Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Comic
Dan Jurgens caused some upset with his run among much of the hardcore Thor fan base, with this, the first volume of a 70 issue stretch. Don't be fooled by those that only measure Thor greatness against Walt Simonson's classic run. There have been quite a few excellent Thor runs, and this surely now ranks among them. Yes, it lacks the soapy elements of DeFalco's run, but the characters are more human and accessible than, for example, Roy Thomas' second run, which incidentally, has yet to collected in trade form. What Jurgens does, and is best explemified in Romita Jrn's big splashy art is dynamic action and epic confrontations.
Dan and John's work here could be viewed as lacking the gravitas and mythical greatness of JMS latter, cut-short stretch, but certainly exceeds anything Matt Fraction (the current Thor scribe) has produced.

Inexplicably, Jurgen's run has yet to be collected in omnibus or oversize hardback collections, so these paperbacks will have to do, which is a shame. You'll probably not be able to stop at one though!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not a Classic, but an Essential to a Thor Fan 26 mai 2010
Par Tyler S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Comic
I had a lot of fun with this trade. It's like walking up a stairway of entertainment, because they do just get better and better. The little plot points kept me reading briskly to see what those little gems would become. Volume 1 delivers on nearly all of those subtle developments, but promises more in the next few chapters. What I loved about this Thor that was different from other writers' work, was the slow reveal constantly happening. In a lot of comics you see arcs begin and end in a heartbeat. This series slowly lets the story build become very entertaining. It wasn't my favorite run of Thor, but it was definately a fresh take on the hero.

I would reccomend reading Simonson as well, if not first. Straczynski's run is my favorite, with Simonson at a close second. Jurgens is great too, it just has strong competition. Romita Jr. is an amazing artist, whose work I can stare at all day long. So in the end, Jurgens work is a lot of fun. While is not as impacting as Simonson and Straczynski, it is solid enough to give me my strong Thor fix.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic art, muddled writing 17 mars 2015
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Not bad, but honestly I really just enjoyed this for John Romita Jr's artwork. The story seemed contrived and boring, and the death of Thor, in the first issue... you know, I can't help but think that Dan Jurgen's played this goofy card once before somewhere...
I didn't get much into the plot, I can't tell what happened to Asgard or the characters there, and the EMT alter-ego plot... I feel like I got thrown into the middle of a story I'm just not following. The art looked great though.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Volume 1 of Jurgens' disappointing Thor re-boot 23 avril 2011
Par G. Steirer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Comic
Thor, vol. 1 collects Thor #1-8 and Peter Parker: Spider-Man #2, all originally published between 1998 and 1999. Continuity-wise, this book follows immediately after Heroes Reborn: Avengers and Heroes Reborn: The Return. Production quality is good: thin medium-gloss paper and a solid, flexible spine. There are no extras save some variant covers.

Dan Jurgens' new Thor series was intended to be a re-boot of the Thor character, whose previous books had suffered dwindling sales throughout the 1990s. Unfortunately, there's little fresh in Jurgen's stories for this volume, which hitch Thor back up with a human avatar (who happens to be, like the last one, a medical practitioner) and re-introduce old love-interest Jane Foster. The over-arching plot--a slow, cosmic storyline involving an unknown menace--is seemingly modeled off of Walter Simonson's Asgardian epic from the 1980s. Unlike Simonson's run, however, Jurgens' stories offer very little human drama (or, for that matter, Norse mythology); instead, readers are treated to repeated battle sequences and somewhat irrelevant super hero team-ups. Fortunately, John Romita Jr.'s striking layouts provide the stories with some extra pizzazz. Fans of Simonson's run, however, may find Romita Jr.'s pencils a little too dark.

If you're a Thor fan, this is probably worth picking up, as it is essential history for the character. If you're just getting into Thor, however, a much better purchase would be either the extraordinary Thor by Walter Simonson Omnibus or J. Michael Straczynski's more recent series (collected in Thor Omnibus).
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