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    Default REVIEW: Thor: God of Thunder, #18

    Thunder Gods and dragons fill the pages of "Thor: God of Thunder" #18, written by Jason Aaron with art from Das Pastoras.


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    Sorry, I don't get the art. I found it muddy and a little sloppy. I generally like looser styles that are painted (e.g.: Greg Tocchini on Last Days of American Crime).

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatGobo View Post
    Sorry, I don't get the art. I found it muddy and a little sloppy. I generally like looser styles that are painted (e.g.: Greg Tocchini on Last Days of American Crime).
    SPOILERS BELOW
    I enjoyed it .... untile the end... final fight scene that wasnt
    Cyclops was right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatGobo View Post
    Sorry, I don't get the art. I found it muddy and a little sloppy. I generally like looser styles that are painted (e.g.: Greg Tocchini on Last Days of American Crime).
    Agreed, the art just didn't do it for me. Especially when compared to the art for the previous few arcs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatGobo View Post
    Sorry, I don't get the art. I found it muddy and a little sloppy. I generally like looser styles that are painted (e.g.: Greg Tocchini on Last Days of American Crime).
    Ditto. In fact, I found it close to ugly -- like bad water colors applied over rough pencils. The story was fine, albeit nothing especially memorable.

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