Credit: Marvel First of all, let's look at the meat of the matter: for most of this issue, Donald Blake fights Throg, the Frog of Thunder, and his pal from the Inhumans, the teleporting giant dog Lockjaw Why? Well, he wants revenge on everyone touched by Odin's power to bear the mantle of Thor for leaving[...]
Throg, The Frog Of Thunder first appeared in the classic Mighty Thor #384 in the mid-eighties, written and drawn by Walter Simonson. Which is why, after not selling a copy for weeks, last night saw eighteen copies fly out of the door, at prices between $5 and $17 with a CGC 9.8 slabbed copy selling for[...]
The Asgardians of the Galaxy are Angela, Valkyrie/Anabelle Riggs, the Destroyer, Thunderstrike, Throg, and Skurge the Executioner They go to the Planet of Temples and are opposed by the Chitauri, trolls, and numerous other races Their goal is to track down and stop Nebula, the daughter of Thanos. Asgardians of the Galaxy #1 cover by Dale[...]
Meanwhile, Thor finds herself locked in tense combat with Jen Walters, the She-Hulk In Asgardia, the immortals struggle to keep Volstagg contained when the Ultimate Mjolnir lands once more within his reach. Loki and Laufey have just finished a victory against the mountain giants. We are given a glimpse into a future where King Thor rules Midgard, and[...]
The Mighty Thor #700 is a massive juggernaut of an issue that is truly worthy of its landmark status in the ongoing story of the God(s) of Thunder.