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Thor: Gott des Donners 1 - Götterschlächter
Thor: Gott des Donners 1 - Götterschlächter
Thor: Gott des Donners 1 - Götterschlächter
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Thor: Gott des Donners 1 - Götterschlächter

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Im Laufe der Jahrtausende verschwanden zahlreiche Götter des Marvel-Universums und ihre Anhänger blieben im Chaos zurück. NUN geht der mächtige Thor dem Rätsel auf den Grund. Schon bald stößt er auf eine blutige Spur, die auch seine Existenz bedroht. In der Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft muss sich der Donnergott dem übermächtigen Gorr stellen. Wird Thor den Gottesschlächter aufhalten können oder selbst zugrunde gehen?
SpracheDeutsch
Erscheinungsdatum21. Okt. 2016
ISBN9783736727496
Thor: Gott des Donners 1 - Götterschlächter
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  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    The only Thor I read is when he is part of another team. I have not read many individual comics of Thor because the one I have were not the kind of stories I've liked, they've always bored me.

    I've seen high praises for Aaron's run and to start here. I heard to start with reading this one, since it leads to some awesome stories in the future. I have not read that far, but if they are anything like this, I can't wait to read it.

    In this Graphic Novel we see 3 POV from young Thor, present day Thor, and future Thor. All three Thors have encounters with a God Killer and we see the interactions they have with this being.

    The story and art is amazing and I'm excited to read some more Thor. I've added his stuff to my list to read, which I've never done before.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Jason Aaron made me care about Thor, which I haven't before now, so he did a good job. The writing is great, the art is pleasant, and while the time travel stuff can get confusing (especially when you don't know there's time travel going on) the book still satisfied me and left me wanting more.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Three Thors? Triple your pleasure, triple your fun! This is my first comic book foray into the world of Thor, so I have no allegiances to previous incarnations or storylines. Despite my love of mythology, I have actively avoided Thor because a) he can look seriously ridiculous in that winged helmet (I'm thinking more of the 60's and 70's incarnations here) and b) I'm not a fan of Thor-on-Earth (or Midgard) stories. For these reasons, Thor: God of Thunder is a good fit for me. The artwork by Esad Ribic is beautifully detailed and realistic, avoiding a contemporary look and opting for muted colors and shadows that give it a weighty, epic feel. Jason Aaron avoids too many Thor-on-Earth storylines and, with the exception of a very brief present day encounter with Ironman, Thor's visits to Midgard consist of 800's A.D. visits to Viking villages for some Asgardian R & R: battles, booze, and babes. Despite liking the character, it's always been difficult for me to suspend disbelief long enough to accept a Norse god in present day times--apparently I have no trouble with men in high-powered iron suits, green giants who are less than jolly, a super serum making a super soldier, hell, slap a cape on anything else and I'm buying--but the gods in the present day has always been a nugget I've had trouble swallowing (this is also part of my aversion to DC's Wonder Woman). Because Thor's interactions with Earth are almost exclusively limited to the place and time period of the people who worshiped him, this never bothered me one whit. Not one whit, I say!So, on to the story. Yes, as promised, there are three Thors: the young, arrogant Thor who has not proven worthy of Mjolnir; the present day Avenger Thor, who has begun to doubt the worth of the gods to mortals; and the future King Thor, who has succeeded Odin as the All-Father, but is a broken, crippled god waging war by himself. In all three stories, the enemy is Gorr the Godbutcher, a being who, for reasons known only to him, has made it his mission to destroy the pantheons of every culture and every religion throughout space and time. Possessing a curious weapon, Gorr butchers the gods, good and evil alike, to free mortals from their whims. As the three Thors desperately try to stop Gorr (in three different timelines), there will be aliens, time travel, gods never before seen, eternal cities, thunder and lightning, weapons with unpronounceable Norse names, and, by Odin's beard, there will be ale! It's a fun narrative, although the one bit that doesn't quite work for me is Gorr. I like his style, sure, but he looks like Lord Voldemort from Harry Potter. His motives are never quite clear and, when they are, seem pretty cliche. In addition, Gorr's weapon doesn't seem like something that would possess the power necessary to quickly dispatch hundreds of gods with some pretty awesome powers of their own. The idea of a slayer of gods is an intriguing one and I just wish there had been a more original concept behind the why and how of Gorr's death-dealing agenda.Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Holy mackerel! That was great!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This book goes back and forth between the past, the present and the future. Thor helps a planet restore their rainfall and survive. When he inquires as to why the local gods hadn't intervened in the matter he finds that many don't believe the gods exist anymore so he looks into it. Once he finds the gods dead he begins to look into other gods disappearances. Thor feels personal responsibility for the survival of The God Butcher to the current age due to an incident over a thousand years ago.

    I liked the book so far. I've always been interested in the lives of various mythologies and I found the detective work Thor did interesting. I am wondering what caused this man to go on the god-killing spree and wish that issue had been pulled into this volume rather then pushed into the next one.

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