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eBook Thor by Dan Jurgens  John Romita Jr, Vol. 2 download ISBN: 0785146326
Author: Dan Jurgens,John Romita,John Buscema
Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (March 3, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 184
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Dan Jurgens is an American comic book writer and artist. He is best known for creating the superhero Booster Gold, and for his lengthy runs on the Superman titles Adventures of Superman and Superman (vol. 2), particularly during The Death of Superman storyline

Dan Jurgens is an American comic book writer and artist. 2), particularly during The Death of Superman storyline. Other series he has been associated with include The Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1), Thor (vol. 2), Captain America (vol. 3), Justice Dan Jurgens is an American comic book writer and artist. He is best known for creating the superhero Booster Gold, and for his lengthy runs on the Superman titles Adventures of Superman and Superman (vo. .

John Salvatore Romita, professionally known as John Romita Jr. (/rəˈmiːtə/; born August 17, 1956), is an American comics artist best known for his extensive work for Marvel Comics from the 1970s to the 2010s

John Salvatore Romita, professionally known as John Romita Jr. (/rəˈmiːtə/; born August 17, 1956), is an American comics artist best known for his extensive work for Marvel Comics from the 1970s to the 2010s. He is the son of award-winning artist John Romita S.John Romita Jr. is the son of Virginia (Bruno) and comic-book artist John Romita S. one of the signature Spider-Man artists since the 1960s.

By Dan Jurgens & John Romita Jr. Vol. 2. Issue Number: TPB vol. 02 Publisher: Marvel Cover: Holiday 2010, 2. 9 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Trade Paperback, 184 pages. Rate trending movies in seconds and rise to Ultimate Status.

Collecting Thor (1998) written by Dan Jurgens and illustrated by John Romita Jr. ( and John Buscema (.In Thor after defeating the robot Replicus (last seen way back in Thor Thor arrives late as Jake Olson for a football game with his fiancee Hannah

Collecting Thor (1998) written by Dan Jurgens and illustrated by John Romita Jr.In Thor after defeating the robot Replicus (last seen way back in Thor Thor arrives late as Jake Olson for a football game with his fiancee Hannah. After the game he travels to the realm of the Rock Trolls in an attempt to find out what has happened to Asgard, but finds little help.

2 TP from Dan Jurgens and John Buscema, published by Marvel Comics. Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR. When Perrikus and the Dark Gods of Narcisson take over Asgard, it's up to Thor to save the day - along with unlikely allies in Hercules and the indestructible Destroyer!

2 TP from Dan Jurgens and John Buscema, published by Marvel Comics. When Perrikus and the Dark Gods of Narcisson take over Asgard, it's up to Thor to save the day - along with unlikely allies in Hercules and the indestructible Destroyer! And - The Thunder God juggles his new mortal life as Jake Olson with his heroic responsibilities, and faces a deadly battle against Doctor Doom!

This story is a reprint of the comicThor Vol 2 Featured Characters: Thor. Supporting Characters: Hannah Fairmont (First appearance). Amanda Fairmont (First appearance). Demitrius Collins (First appearance). Jake Olson (Only appearance; dies)

This story is a reprint of the comicThor Vol 2 Featured Characters: Thor. Jake Olson (Only appearance; dies). Colonel Preston Case (First appearance). Sif (Only in flashback). Loki (Only in flashback). Perrikus (First appearance; voice). Captain America (Steve Rogers). Iron Man (Tony Stark). Hawkeye (Clint Barton).

by John Romita J. John Buscema, Dan Jurgens. When Perrikus and the Dark Gods of Narcisson take over Asgard, it's up to Thor to save the day - along with unlikely allies in Hercules and the indestructible Destroyer. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780785146322.

John Romita, John Buscema. Thor: Love and Thunder. 11. Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers.

John Buscema penciler. artist. Kevin Somers colorist. Liz Agraphiotis letterer. Mark Bernardo colorist.

When Perrikus and the Dark Gods of Narcisson take over Asgard, it's up to Thor to save the day - along with unlikely allies in Hercules and the indestructible Destroyer! Plus: The thunder god juggles his new mortal life as Jake Olson with his heroic responsibilities, and faces a deadly battle against Doctor Doom! And who is Marnot? Guest-starring Jane Foster and the Fantastic Four! Collects Thor (1998) #9-13 and Thor Annual 1999.
Comments: (4)
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great experience!
Gholbirius
Buy this book! it cleverly wraps up what book one started. The art is inspired and the writing is brilliant. You won't be let down.
Talrajas
After returning from an interdimensional adventure Thor found Asgard deserted and in ruins and proceeds to... spend the first book doing nothing useful. With this second book things slowly get on track. Thor at last learns who his foes are the evil (EEEVIL!) Dark Gods, a group of wonderful character designs that really deserved a better story. They look incredible but never really get a personality other than EEEVIL!, OK one of them rhymes, is that a personality? We never really get a handle on what their abilities are, what their motivation is (EEEVIL!), where they come from or why Odin didn't think to warn anyone about them.

But anyway Thor confronts them only to lose but then returns with a crew of heavy hitters. Thor even offers a decent answer for why he didn't bring the Avengers, Fantastic Four, X-Men and Power Pack to the party - "this is an affair for the gods". Still it might have been nice for him to at least warn everyone there's an army of Dark Gods coming and they might want to be ready. Who knows, maybe he left Captain America a voice mail.

The battle is suitable epic with explosions and shouting and lasers and punching. The end is a bit of an anti-climax as the Dark Gods just disappear. Odin reassures us they will never bother anyone again and um, OK, I guess so then. No need to follow up.

And that's the problem in a nutshell. This book marked a back to basics treatment for Thor (with other Marvel characters getting something similar) but sometimes tired cliches resurface.

The last book finally clears about the mystery of Marnot, who forced Thor to take on his new secret identity and it's a neat answer. Though, like a lot of this book, it doesn't hold up to much examination (seriously Odin, that was your plan? really?).

As with book 1, the mediocre to weak writing is greatly improved by John Romita Jr's art. Jurgen's Thor run eventually got much more interesting with Thor breaking the superhero mold and trying to fix the world. But these early issues are not all that impressive.
Truthcliff
The Mighty Thor, vol. 2 collects Thor #9-13 and Annual 1999, all originally published in 1999. Like the previous volume, the production quality is good: medium-gloss paper with a solid, flexible binding. There is no bonus content.

Story-wise, Thor, vol. 2 continues Thor's multi-issue battle with the dark gods begun in Thor, Vol. 1. As with the first volume, Dan Jurgens' plot is heavy on action (most of it in a cosmic vein) but light on human drama and Norse mythology. Each issue save the Annual involves some kind of spectacular battle, usually with a God or God-like being--including, at one point, Zeus and his Greek brethren. What little additional plot there is depends heavily on back story from Thor, Vol. 1; readers unfamiliar with that volume may thus have some difficulty fully following the events of this one. The Annual, on the other hand, features a brief and largely self-contained story accounting for Thor's delayed return to the Marvel Universe after Heroes Reborn: The Return. Though these are not terrible stories, they suffer a sometimes unbearable script that assigns stilted and overly archaic speech to Thor and his fellow Asgardians. Though Thor's speech has always been "ancient-sounding," Jurgens takes it to ridiculous levels here. Nearly every issue, for instance, includes multiple exclamations of "I Say Thee, Nay!" As for the art, John Romita Jr.'s pencils are excellent and his layouts often gorgeous.

If you enjoyed Volume 1 of Jurgens and Romita Jr.'s run, you'll enjoy this one as well. Otherwise, this is probably a book worth skipping, especially given how many other excellent Thor graphic novels are in print.