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    Default REVIEW: Thor: God of Thunder, #8

    "Thor: God of Thunder" #8 from Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic is a rousing pulp slave tale as young Thor struggles against all odds and against the God Butcher on his weaponized world.


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    I'm enjoying the book. Its beautiful, evocative, poetic and interesting.

    ...one aspect its lacking in though is excitement. The story is so decompressed that action elements are few and far between. While this does give time for the slower moments to breathe, its at the expense of decent pacing.

    But the good outweighs the bad so I'll stick with it and hopefully the next few issues will have some dramatic action moments and future storylines won't be so interminably drawn out.

    Overall, good work team, just pick up the pacing Jason.

    ...oh, and shockwaves on the punches and hammer blows. This book needs impact shockwaves. I'll have to write in a letter and ask for MOAR shockwaves!

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