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Thor: First Thunder

Dated to first appearance of
Thor outside of the “Age of Myth

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Includes Issues:Journey Into Mystery 83; Thor: First Thunder 1-5
Original Publication Dates:August 1962, November 2010 - March 2011
TPB Publisher:Marvel Comics
TPB Publication Dates:March 16, 2011
ISBN-10:0785151915 (Softcover)
ISBN-13:978-0785151913 (Softcover)
Pages:120[More Info]

Lists:Comics, Marvel Modern Age, Marvel Primary Continuity, Marvel Universe
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Unique Reading Order ID: 198007230000
Chronological List Value:2011.03
TRO Database Book ID:7549 [More Info]

4 Comments Post New »

  1. Marc wrote on at February 22, 2011 8:19 pm:

    Just noticed this one. This should probably go right after the first Thor Masterwork, as it’s a retelling of the character’s origin.


    Ian replied on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:26 pm:

    it includes the first issue though, right? Near as I can tell it comes between that issue and the rest of his adventures. I dated it to where the first issue is. I haven’t read it though, so I don’t know which is better to do.


  2. Marc wrote on at February 22, 2011 8:32 pm:

    Ah, good point. I just checked and the solicit says it takes place over Don Blake’s first year as Thor, but who knows how much time that actually translates to in the Marvel Universe…it could very well be they’re claiming that there was a year between JiM 83 and 84.

    I kind of wanted to give this trade a read before the movie comes out, and I’m pretty familiar with early Thor, so when I do I’ll let you know where it seems to go. For now it’s probably fine here though.


    Ian replied on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:34 pm:

    yeah, let me know. Way I figure it, it probably overlaps with the first masterwork, but I bet the first masterwork goes “farther” since the older stories tended to pack a lot more plot into one issue.


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