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THE MIGHTY THOR #706 sees the end of Jane Foster’s time as the goddess of thunder.
What aspiring artist and comic book lover hasn’t dreamt of someday seeing their artwork grace the pages of a Marvel comic? Marvel announces their 2018 inductees into Young Guns, a program designed to highlight the work of early-career comic book artists.
MIGHTY THOR #701 has War Thor battling the Mangog. There’s solid art by James Harren and Dave Stewart, but it all seems to be about building up the Mangog.
MIGHTY THOR #23 turns an epic battle between Thors into a timely message on war. Jason Aaron crafts his usual brand of mythic storytelling, while Valerio Schiti and Rain Beredo follow along with beautiful artwork. In times of growing tension, this is an essential read.
MIGHTY THOR #17 was a wonderful read with amazing artwork and the kind of captivating dialogue that keeps you wanting more. Overall, this issue flowed nicely from start to finish and provided fans with the type of quality fans have come to expect from this series. Well done.
In a year full of ups and downs and Trumps and Hillarys, the world of art still came through with some of the best feminist comics ever. Here’s seven of ’em!
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