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Jane Foster: Valkyrie #9 [Preview]

Thor Gets his Butt Kicked in Jane Foster: Valkyrie #9 [Preview]

but she's not sure she wants to!Of course, Thor doesn't seem to be giving her much of a choice.So it's an asskicking he will get.Thor doesn't stand a chance.Valkyrie #9 is in stores on Wednesday. VALKYRIE JANE FOSTER #9 JAN200918 (W) Jason Aaron, Torunn Gronbekk (A) Ramon Rosanas (CA) Mahmud A Asrar THE FALL OF ALL-FATHER THOR! Valkyrie and Thor[...]

Mattia de Iulis Joins Valkyrie: Jane Foster Creative Team in May

Mattia de Iulis Joins Valkyrie: Jane Foster Creative Team in May

Valkyrie: Jane Foster makes it past ten issues this May, a milestone for any modern Marvel comic And the book is celebrating with a brand new storyline and a new artist: Mattia de Iulis Valkyrie heads to Hel for this new storyline which also involves Loki, as revealed in Marvel's full May 2020 solicitations The[...]

REVIEW: Valkyrie Jane Foster #7 -- "Makes The Core Conflict Seem Super Contrived"

REVIEW: Valkyrie Jane Foster #7 — "Makes The Core Conflict Seem Super Contrived"

RATING: HONORABLE MENTION.VALKYRIE: JANE FOSTER #7Al Ewing & JASON AARON (W) • Pere Perez (A) • Cover by Mahmud Asrar TIME OF DEATH: NOW! Valkyrie teams up with Marvel’s Mightiest Medics to save the life of the ultimate patient — Death herself! With a universal force on the cosmic operating table, the end of everything is one[...]


Valkyrie: Jane Foster #4

In This Issue, a Hero Will DIE! Valkyrie: Jane Foster #5 [Preview]

Check out the preview below.Doctor Strange's soul is the prisoner of the Grim Reaper, and if he delivers it to the afterlife, he will claim the title of Valkyrie and Jane Foster will be screwed.Jane catches us up on the situation.As these two job candidates compete for their coveted position.As the battle rages, Mephisto watches[...]

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"Thor: Love and Thunder": Natalie Portman Talks Jane Foster's Return

Not only would Portman return to the role of Jane Foster, but she would also be wielding Mjolnir, the legendary hammer of Thor (Chris Hemsworth), as well Portman spoke with Entertainment Tonight while promoting her latest film, Lucy in the Sky.[caption id="attachment_1092212" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo by: Mike Smith/NBC[/caption] “They came to me with the idea and[...]


Valkyrie #2 [Preview]

Bullseye's Creepiest Fetish Revealed in Valkyrie #2 [Preview]

Valkyrie #4 by Jason Aaron, Al Ewing, and CAFU is in stores next week from Marvel Comics, as the titular Jane Foster does her best to cope with a first day on the job that didn't go so well...But first, a recap Get yourself up to speed.So since Jane failed to stop some D-list villains[...]



Will Jane Foster Become Thor Again? War of the Realms #2 Preview

Will Jane Foster Become Thor Again? War of the Realms #2 Preview

Thankfully, there's a place where everyone can seek sanctuary: the Sanctum Sanctorum of Doctor Strange! So that's where everyone is headed when this preview of next week's issue begins...And it's there we find Jane Foster, cancer-free, but feeling a certain familiar urge...Is it time to replace Thor again already? So soon? Well, someone does have[...]

Mighty Thor: At the Gates of Valhalla #1 cover by Nick Derington

The Mighty Thor: The Gates of Valhalla #1 Review – Looking Backwards and Forwards

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Goddesses of Thunder from the distant future use Time Diamonds to return to the past and pay their hero, Jane Foster a visit They struggle with this task and arrive at a few wrong locations before their destination Elsewhere in our time, Malekith tours the chaos and bloodshed he has wreaked across the[...]

Doctor Strange #389 cover by Mike del Mundo

Doctor Strange #389 Review: The Terrible Trio

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Doctor Strange explains to us that the portal he opened in Las Vegas attracted not only Mephisto, but also Dormammu, Nightmare, and Shuma-Gorath. They warred over who would enter our dimension, and Mephisto won, which left the other three in some sort of Necro-Realm. Dormammu has a proposal for Doctor Strange and the […]

Wong and the Midnight Sons make their final stand against the hordes of Hell and the demonically-possessed Avengers. Before long, Mephisto himself arrives to gloat over having killed Johnny Blaze. However, Mephisto does not know that the Ghost Rider has become the king of Hell, and the tides may soon turn in favor of Wong. Doctor Strange: Damnation ends better than it began. While some of the deliberate lack of repentance on the part of Stephen Strange and the lack of focus on the members of the Midnight Sons that aren’t Wong and Strange does bother me, this final installment didn’t really get on my nerves as much as the first. Don’t get me wrong, this issue still has a myriad of problems that keep it from being required reading. This story was stretched to breaking point, and a good portion of what matters happened in the Ghost Rider issue. This book is a protracted third act. As far as plot-relevance goes, Blade, Doctor Voodoo, Bloodstone, Man-Thing, Scarlet Spider, Moon Knight, and Iron Fist may as well not be here. Even in their own tie-ins, Iron Fist and Scarlet Spider don’t really do anything important to the story. The follow-up story promises more with the Midnight Sons though, and that will hopefully come to something. Rod Reis’ artwork is a welcome presence in this book. His style lends itself to the ethereal and surreal nature of this setting and plot. The color gradience adds a unique atmosphere and generally looks quite good. Szymon Kudranski and Dan Brown handle the epilogue with the Midnight Sons and Doc Strange. The more realistic aesthetic does contrast Reis’ work in an odd manner, but it looks good too. Doctor Strange: Damnation #4 is a decent enough read. If you liked the rest of the story, you’ll like this one too. The fact that the story at least acknowledges that Strange’s idea was terrible from the start and ties it to personal problems helps a lot. Reis, Kudranksi, and Brown provide good visuals. Feel free to check it out.

Doctor Strange Damnation #4 Review: Finishes Better than it Started

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wong and the Midnight Sons make their final stand against the hordes of Hell and the demonically-possessed Avengers. Before long, Mephisto himself arrives to gloat over having killed Johnny Blaze. However, Mephisto does not know that the Ghost Rider has become the king of Hell, and the tides may soon turn in favor […]

Doctor Strange #388 cover by Mike del Mundo

Doctor Strange #388 Review: I Have No Jaw, but I Must Bark

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We relive Bats hopping into Doctor Strange's possessed body, and he shakes the Sorcerer Supreme of Mephisto's delusion. Bats tries to shake Stephen loose of the possession, but neither are sure how to do it. Worse yet, Strange keeps seeing a specter of Clea, and he keeps trying to chase her down. Despite […]

The Mighty Thor #705 cover by Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson

The Mighty Thor #705 Review: A Beautifully Sad Climactic Battle

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]We are taken back to the day when Jane Foster first picked up Mjolnir before rejoining the present, where the Mighty Thor is facing off against the Mangog Asgardia is nearing the sun, and Thor convinces its denizens to evacuate while they have the chance This just leaves Thor and Mangog to have it[...]

Doctor Strange: Damnation #2 cover by Rod Reis

Doctor Strange Damnation #2 Review: More Good Stuff to Balance Out the Problems

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Mephisto and his corrupted Avengers are holding Doctor Strange. This leaves it up to Wong and Bats to put together a team to save the Sorcerer Supreme. This team consists of Iron Fist, Blade, Elsa Bloodstone, Doctor Voodoo, Ghost Rider, Moon Knight, and the Man-Thing. With this motley crew, Wong lays out his […]

Mighty Thor #704 cover by Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson

The Mighty Thor #704 Review: Heart-Wrenching Reflection and Brutal Battle

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Jane Foster reflects on the great losses of her life—losing her mother to cancer, losing her father later on, and the death of her ex-husband and son—while sitting in the hospital On Asgardia, the Odinson and Odin himself battle the Mangog with all of their might However, all of their power isn’t even staggering[...]

Thor #703 cover by Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson

Thor #703 Review: A Bloodbath in Asgardia

All the while, Odin merely sits on his throne.Meanwhile, Falcon, the Odinson, Doctor Strange, and Roz all come to check in on Jane Foster at the hospital Her prognosis isn’t good Strange predicts that, if she were to become Thor one more time, it would likely kill her Jane has a decision to make; she[...]

Thor #702 cover by Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson

Thor #702 Review: Thor and Hercules Together Again

The chaos of the War of Realms, the desperation of Jane Foster’s health, and the terror that is Odin’s furthering madness all come together for a comic you don’t want to take your eyes away from.Plus, I’m quite happy to see the partnership of Thor and Hercules be rekindled in this issue[...]