Tracking Thor's return

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  1. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    I may be jumping the gun here (maybe nobody has this info) but i'd rather be safe than sorry

    Sooooo....

    Does anyone have any information regarding which issues I would need to read so as not to miss a moment of Thor's return?

    (excluding FF 536 and 537 which I already have)

    I'd rather not keeping reading FF if it has nothing more to do with Thor.
     
  2. supermarvelman Registered

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    civil war is the **** u have to read, but issue 1 just came out yesterday so hold your horses.
     
  3. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    I've read Civil War #1

    to be quite honest I was unimpressed.

    Also, what does Civil War have to do with Thor's return? Is he going to return during the Civil War?
     
  4. supermarvelman Registered

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    that id what i'm guessing

    I enjoyed CW
     
  5. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    Dont get me wrong. I enjoyed it too.

    But what can I say? I'm a sucker for hype, and CW has been hyped for months.

    Now that I have it in my hands, I dont see how its worth the hype.

    I'm jaded and overly demanding of so called BIG EVENTS, that's all.
     
  6. supermarvelman Registered

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    Give it a couple issues to let the **** hit the fan.
     
  7. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    yeah you're right

    I'm also impatient :O
     
  8. YJ1 Armed and Dangerous

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    Now that Cap is on the lamb, he should just go to Oklahoma and use the hammer until Thor returns. Remember, he's one of the few people who can actually lift and use the hammer's power. That would give Iron Man, Reed and Hank something to think about.

    Anyway, back to Marvel reality, DB probably doesn't stand for Don Blake. It has to be a clue meant to throw people off track. The sooner Thor returns the better. I'd like to see him kick the Sentry's ass right off of New Avengers.
     
  9. Colossal Spoons Paper boi

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    HA! That's funny :o
     
  10. Purple Man Registered

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    Makes me laugh too.

    I'd definitly put money on Thor returning during the Civil War.

    What side would a god choose during a civil war?

    Millar wouldn't pass up the chance to answer that question.

    Mark was previously supposed to write the story of Thors' return in a mini-series but the idea was scraped. I'm guessing for this.
     
  11. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    I'm thinking he sides with Cap on this one
     
  12. Mr. Green Where the Wild Hulks Are

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    Who else has those initials that would be signaled to go to Oklahoma?

    The simplest (and in this case, most obvious) explanation is usually the right one. :o
     
  13. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    I think its Donald Blake, you cant drop that obvious of a hint then go the other way. We call that cheap.

    Like for example:

    Everyone guess who this guy Ronin is

    HA! He's a girl suckers!

    (that was bad enough)
     
  14. bored One Sexy Lemur

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    DB: *shifts eyes* Err... Doom-bot.
     
  15. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    hah I suppose it could be

    not that doombot would be able to lift the hammer anyway
     
  16. Harlekin Business

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    Yes he would be able too. Artificial beings (such as the Air-Walker android) have been shown to be able to pick up the hammer.
     
  17. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    Fair enough
    but then what?
    its not like the doom-bot would get the power of Thor
    not that it matters since its Don Blake :D
     
  18. TheCorpulent1 SHAZAM!

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    No, we call those red herrings and they're used all the time in literature. Without them mysteries would never be interesting because people would figure everything out too quickly.
    I agree. He's sided with Cap against Iron Man before, he respects Cap a hell of a lot more than Iron Man, and he's probably not in favor of any paltry mortal law that would hinder the warriors of Midgard's effectiveness in protecting their world.
     
  19. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    Yeah he basically said as much in Earth's Mightiest Heroes when the idea to work for the Pentagon was brought up.

    Should be interesting. Expecially when it looks like the Sentry will side with Iron Man.

    Oh and given where the Sentry's power level seems to have settled at, I think Thor could take him
     
  20. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    Very interesting. I hadnt heard about this
     
  21. bored One Sexy Lemur

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    You guys realize I was joking when I said Doom-bot, right?
     
  22. TheCorpulent1 SHAZAM!

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    I figured. It'd be funny and much more surprising than Donald Blake, though. If they wanted to make Thor's return a comedy, that'd be the way to go. The explanation of why a Doombot is traveling with engraved baggage would probably be hilarious just by itself.
     
  23. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    Its a sentient Doom Bot that wants its own life, and Thor's hammer. :p
     
  24. Vartha Mod of Thunder

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    As far as I've Heard and Read, Thor is supposed to return during Civil War they haven't said just the Civil War Title
     
  25. bkhedr Man of Mayhem

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    Cool
    the important thing is that its not going to be continued in the Fantastic Four
     

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