Thor #19 Preview: Have You Seen Thor's Hammer?

Dear readers, it's Friday night, and as promised in the sacred covenant between Bleeding Cool and you, we bring you Friday Night Previews, a marathon of previews of all the DC and Marvel comics coming out next week that screams: "Jude Terror will have to write less articles during the week thanks to this." A clickbait headline here, a snarky SEO-keyword-rich sentence or two there, and these previews are ready for your reading pleasure. Thor has lost his hammer again in Thor #19, in stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics, and this latest storyline accomplishes one thing very well: it makes us wonder what the hell is going on at Marvel that Thor can't go six months without a storyline about no longer being worthy or losing his hammer or losing his mojo or whatever… but we're pretty sure they make a pill for it. Check out a preview below.

THOR #19
DONNY CATES (W) • NIC KLEIN (A) • Cover by NIC KLEIN
Variant Cover by Gary Frank • Variant Cover by MAHMUD ASRAR
Thor Infinity Saga Variant COVER by Ema Lupacchino
"GOD OF HAMMERS" STARTS HERE!
Mjolnir has gone missing! And nobody, not even the powerful eyes of Lady Sif, is able to locate it. So Thor must turn to the last person he wants help from…Odin. For until the hammer is found, nobody in the realms is safe! Artist Nic Klein is back for the twists and turns not even the All-Father is ready for!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

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