Post Your Favourite Thor Pictures

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  1. GNR

    GNR Well-Known Member

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    Braithwaite had some nice visuals in Secret Invasion Thor.I'll scan some later.

    Loved the mini by the way.
     
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  2. 3dman27

    3dman27 super-hero wannabe

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    more please
     
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  3. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    He's been my favorite comic artist since I was a little kid reading PAD's Hulk with Deodato on pencils. Take it from a Hulk fan, he does one of the top 3 Hulks of all time, easily. Keown, Gary Frank, and Deodato are the best Hulk artists ever, and his art was 100% better during Bruce Jones' run on the Hulk.

    And his work on T-Bolts and now on Dark Avengers is just the best he's ever been.

    Speaking of Gary Frank, Hulk, and Thor...
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  4. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    More Deodato...
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    This picture proves that both Thor and Deodato are awesome.
     
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  5. TheCorpulent1

    TheCorpulent1 SHAZAM!

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    Ah, Red Norvell. What a tool.
     
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  6. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    PAD is funny as hell. All of his comics make me laugh without trying too hard.
     
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  7. TheCorpulent1

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    Eh, PAD's one of those guys I'm concerned about whenever he writes Thor, but otherwise he's aces.

    Red's a *****. All Thor's imitators are, to some extent, compared to the real deal. I gotta post the pics of Thor utterly wiping the floor with Eric Masterson later. Same powers and Masterson even has Mjolnir, but Thor still beats the holy f***ing hell out of him. :)
     
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  8. SuperFerret

    SuperFerret King of the Urban Jungle

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    Thor's immortal-ish, he's had a very long time to hone those powers, where Masterson did not.
     
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  9. TheCorpulent1

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    Yep. Thus, Thor is totally better at fighting and thus Thor kicks his ass. :)
     
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  10. Kirk Langstrom

    Kirk Langstrom FRANCINE!!!!

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    Yeah, but Red kicked Thor's ass the first time the two of them fought.

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  11. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    And don't forget Beta Ray Bill!
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  12. TheCorpulent1

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    Beta Ray Bill did, too. But Thor ultimately proves to be stronger than either of them.
     
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  13. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    Hulk and Thor, the best rivalry in Marvel since Stan's days.
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    Cool Thor pic.
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    I miss Kurse.
     
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  14. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    Double-post!
     
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  15. TheCorpulent1

    TheCorpulent1 SHAZAM!

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    Yeah, Kurse was cool.

    But now, young Asgardians from the vastly underrated Thor: Son of Asgard series:

    There's li'l Thor, of course (with not-so-little Hera):
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    Li'l Balder:
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    Li'l Sif:
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    Li'l Loki:
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    And even li'l Brunnhilde, our favorite Valkyrie:
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    And li'l Thor again, just for kicks:
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    I wish we could get another mini-series from this period.
     
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  16. random_havoc

    random_havoc The Golden Guardian

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    Agreed. I love both versions of Thor, but visually, the Ultimate version blows the other ones out of the water.
     
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  17. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    Thor Son of Asgard was awesome. I heard that due to its popularity they were going to continue it. LIARS!

    Son of Asgard > Smallville.
     
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  18. TheCorpulent1

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    Well, they did continue it. It was initially only 6 issues but it got extended to 12.

    As for Ultimate vs. 616, I'll take the King Thor armor or Coipel's redesign any day. The only visually interesting thing about Ultimate Thor is the glowy discs. His hammer is like a bad anime weapon--ridiculously oversized and silly-looking.
     
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  19. Kirk Langstrom

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    We're getting an animated movie, iirc....
     
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  20. TheCorpulent1

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    Yeah, but it's by the same guys who've brought us the last few DTV movies, so I'm not particularly enthused. I mean, it's great exposure for Thor and I'm glad it's getting made, I just don't think I'll wind up enjoying it too much.
     
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  21. Vartha

    Vartha Mod of Thunder

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    I heard that and ignored that Son of Asgard was a take off of Smallville becasue TALES OF ASGARD was around YEARS before Smallville and Tales of Asgard was alot like Son of Asgard which you'll find out in a couple months with the reprints if you are familar with it.

    Marvel really needs to start a Tales of Asgard series FROM the mini coming out.
     
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  22. TheCorpulent1

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    I get the feeling that the Tales of Asgard reprints are Marvel's way of feeling out whether there's a real market for a new Tales series after the success of the Ages of Thunder one-shots. I hope I'm right about that and that whoever winds up on a new ToA series takes some inspiration from the Son of Asgard series. :up:
     
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  23. Mr. Green

    Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    Tales of Asgard is not the same thing as Son of Asgard.
     
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  24. Midnyte_Sun

    Midnyte_Sun Medianoche de Sol

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    And the pane right before it where Thor gives his rebuttal to Superman.
     
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  25. TheCorpulent1

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    They're very similar. Tales of Asgard features tales of various characters from throughout Asgard's history, including Thor and the rest of the current series' main characters in their younger years. Son of Asgard just stripped away the other stuff and focused solely on them. So it's like a more focused subset of Tales of Asgard.
     
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