Based on the scenes I saw from it -
A. It seems to be another blunder in terms of depicting Thor by the animation dept. They would have been far better served to stay closer to Son of Asgard. In the opening they have Thor taking credit for beating sparring partners who are clearly "taking a dive" to him and when Sif calls him on it he tries to earnestly attack her while her back is turned.
Arrogant -yes. That would be fine. This is cowardice - not fine.
This is the second project Kyle has overseen where the character is depicted as somewhat less courageous than he has been in the comics and I just wonder if that's how he sees Thor? More likely we just don't have remotely similar concepts of what is a compelling depiction of a noble spirit at any age.
B. The animation looks OK not horrible not great just OK
I can't outright condemn it until I either see it or have a bunch of reviews/summarys to look at but it doesn't look promising.
Ugh, I really disliked this movie. We finally get a Thor animated feature, and it's this piece of crap. I'm actually ticked off as a result.
The Son of Asgard was a fun series but out of all the awesome Thor stories to tell, why would they pick this one? I just don't get it. Anyways, they failed horribly at adapting this, and took some of the main concepts of the Son of Asgard, then spun them around.
The depiction of Thor was horrible and the story dragged on. The only pro are the interesting emotional ties between Loki/Thor/Odin and some decent combat scenes. That's about it. I assumed this was going to be an adaptation of the Son of Asgard series, but apparently the studio and I have different understandings of the word if that was in fact their goal.
Hulk vs. Thor wasn't great, but at least Hulk fans could enjoy watching him smash everyone with the great animation.