This series confuses me.
I'm a massive Fraction fan and I'm a fan of Thor.
A mysterious race known as the "Mares", a species that communicates through dreams, are travelling through the World Tree to spread nightmares and terror around the universe. All the while, Amora brings her wrath to Asgardia, aided by a monster birthed from Don Blake's feelings of inadequacy. THAT SOUNDS AWESOME! It makes for a great story arc, and yet ...
There's just something that isn't clicking here for me.
And I think it is because of the portrayal of Thor. He's just going through the motions and things are happening to him: we don't get a sense of his thoughts, or emotions regarding these events. Where Invincible Iron Man focuses so much on the fall out and the emotional resonance of events in character moments, I haven't seen any of that from Fraction's Thor series. (Except when he first started with Thor lamenting Loki.) He's more a device than a character in the Mighty Thor.