The Mighty Thor, Volume 5: The Death of the Mighty Thor (The Mighty Thor (2015) #5)

The Mighty Thor, Volume 5: The Death of the Mighty Thor (The Mighty Thor (2015) #5)

Marvel Legacy hits Asgard with a bang, with...the death of the Mighty Thor! The final judgment comes as the Mangog arrives. The War Thor will meet the beast head-on, but even the bloodthirst of this Ultimate hammer-wielder may pale in comparison to the Mangog's might! The battle rages even as Jane Foster's cancer takes a turn for the worse, and she might not have to wait f Marvel Legacy hits Asgard with a bang, with...the death of the Mighty Thor! The final judgment comes as the Mangog arrive...

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Title:The Mighty Thor, Volume 5: The Death of the Mighty Thor (The Mighty Thor (2015) #5)
Author:Jason Aaron
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Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:136 pages pages

The Mighty Thor, Volume 5: The Death of the Mighty Thor (The Mighty Thor (2015) #5) Reviews

  • Robin
    Jul 18, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

  • Martha
    Jul 25, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

  • Jacob
    Aug 08, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

  • GrilledCheeseSamurai
    May 20, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

  • Ron Bailey
    Jun 27, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

    Neuv??iteln? silný zakon?ení éry Jane-Thor, která m? celkov? sice moc nebavila, ale m?la dost silných chvilek - a v?t?ina z nich byla práv? tady. Jednozna?n? 5*. ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this arc. ...

  • Scott Lee
    Jul 17, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

  • Katie
    Jul 13, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Jun 30, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

  • Albert
    Apr 29, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

    Neuv??iteln? silný zakon?ení éry Jane-Thor, která m? celkov? sice moc nebavila, ale m?la dost silných chvilek - a v?t?ina z nich byla práv? tady. Jednozna?n? 5*. ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this arc. ...

    A lovely, moving sendoff for one of the best characters to emerge in the last decade of comics. Brought tears to mine eyes. End of a great era for Thor. ...

    This made me cry so much! Thanks! ...

    What an amazing story - had me cheering, laughing, and crying - love you, Jane Foster! ...

  • Sevia
    May 08, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

  • Dan
    Jun 24, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

  • Travis Berketa
    May 29, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

  • John
    Jul 29, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

  • Gerry Sacco
    Jul 19, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

  • Liz
    May 13, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

  • Sean Thompson
    Jul 02, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

  • Kevin Carey
    Jun 26, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

  • Fraser Simons
    Jun 20, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

  • Adam
    Aug 01, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

  • Roy
    Jun 30, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

  • Laura Lawson
    Aug 08, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

    Neuv??iteln? silný zakon?ení éry Jane-Thor, která m? celkov? sice moc nebavila, ale m?la dost silných chvilek - a v?t?ina z nich byla práv? tady. Jednozna?n? 5*. ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this arc. ...

    A lovely, moving sendoff for one of the best characters to emerge in the last decade of comics. Brought tears to mine eyes. End of a great era for Thor. ...

    This made me cry so much! Thanks! ...

    What an amazing story - had me cheering, laughing, and crying - love you, Jane Foster! ...

    Save Jane Foster!!! A great story and look forward to seeing what happens in the world of Thor - all parts! ...

  • Artemy
    Jul 09, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

  • Michal Vámoš
    Apr 26, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

    Neuv??iteln? silný zakon?ení éry Jane-Thor, která m? celkov? sice moc nebavila, ale m?la dost silných chvilek - a v?t?ina z nich byla práv? tady. Jednozna?n? 5*. ...

  • JosĂ©
    May 17, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

  • Ramon
    Apr 29, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

    Neuv??iteln? silný zakon?ení éry Jane-Thor, která m? celkov? sice moc nebavila, ale m?la dost silných chvilek - a v?t?ina z nich byla práv? tady. Jednozna?n? 5*. ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this arc. ...

    A lovely, moving sendoff for one of the best characters to emerge in the last decade of comics. Brought tears to mine eyes. End of a great era for Thor. ...

  • Josh
    Jun 14, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

  • Malum
    May 17, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

  • mercedes
    Apr 25, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

  • Pierpaolo Ciappetta
    May 02, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

  • Elliot
    Jul 29, 2018

    Ugh, I have such conflicting feelings about this volume. I really liked Jane Foster Thor even if the last couple of volumes were not good, and I never wanted her to leave the mantle behind even if her tenure as Thor was meant to be temporary from its very start, not just because of her...

    This has been a beautiful ending to Jane?s story. This volume starts off with Mighty Thor #700, a dazzling 55 page issue that I reread regularly. The scenes with Karnilla give me chills every single time, and the fact that we are allowed to see just slightly into what is to come is s...

    Whoa. Awesome volume. Jason Aaron once again proves himself worthy to be the writer of Thor. Jane Foster is boss and this final volume of her as Lady Thor completely seals the deal for me. The very first oversized issue in this volume makes the whole book worth buying...not t...

    The end of an era. ...

    Great ending for a equally great comic! ...

    SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS It's hard to talk about this volume without talking about SPOILERS, so you have been warned. This was a solid four star book until the very end. So what happened to sour me on it? Well... Ever since the debut of this new Thor, we ha...

    Wasnt overly engaged in this as other volumes. Maybe because I read it as single issues. Still emotional and thoughtful, solid artwork. Was a good overall series although probably not Aarons best work. ...

    Man, I knew this day was coming, yet I?m still not ready for it. This is the final volume in the Mighty Thor run, and the name leaves very little for the imagination, doesn?t it? I?ve been both looking forward to and dreading this volume for months. But in truth I knew it was go...

    The Mighty Thor: The Death of The Mighty Thor pretty much spelt out what was going to happen, but the journey there was an excellent one. The Mighty Thor (a.k.a Dr Jane Foster) is caught up in a no-win situation; with the almost indestructible Mangog unleashed on Asgardia and, of cou...

    The title of this volume kind of gives away the ending doesn't it? But then again the whole run of Jane Foster as Thor has been leading to this point so it's far from unexpected. The War of Realms burns on and now the Mangog arrives, i.e a big monster that is stronger than the gods...

    When I first learned Jason Aaron was going to this whole "Goddess of Thunder" thing, I couldn't imagine (despite having loved pretty much everything he's ever done, especially the run on Thor which preceded this incarnation of the book) handing out a five star review for one of these v...

    I am going to miss the Hel out of this book. The art is the best part. I think Mighty Thor may have been the most consistently beautifully drawn comic series I know of. That alone will bring me back for rereads for ages to come. And the story gets back on track, probably because ...

    a fittingly disastrous end to this mess of an arc. With this final entry, the mighty thor has descended fully into the realm of parody. A shame, since I usually count on thor for a grittier, more serious storyline. Replete with infantile characterizations and insanely repetitive dialog...

    I?m surprised that this instalment has received such an outstanding rating here on Goodreads. With the amount of text that?s used, you?d think that readers would get bored and hope that the action would stay at a steady pace throughout the story, but apparently not. If it wasn?...

    Public library copy. The issue leading up to the death was a well written tear jerker, but everything else up to that point was scattered and distracting for me what with different stories and artists. I wish the book didn't have holds so I could have spent more time with it rather ...

    What a sad, beautiful way to end this series. The art was gorgeous, especially the movement in the fight panels, but the themes of love and sacrifice, really elevate this comic into something transcending the medium itself. This is a wonderful story, and things like this make me apprec...

    Un fumetto di supereroi. Un fumetto di Thor. Mai avrei pensato di arrivare a commuovermi con queste premesse. La storia di J.F. sarŕ una pagina della storia del Tonante difficile da dimenticare. E a dispetto delle critiche preventive. Aaron (e non dimentichiamo Dauterman) ha fatto un ...

    A epic, personal, emotional ending to Jane Foster's run as Thor. Surprising finish that felt right and fair to both the characters involved and the story. Jason Aaron truly created something special here. A fantastic series that absolutely sticks the landing. ...

    Jak u? story arc "The Death of the Mighty Thor" názvem nazna?uje, tady se docela vyplatilo mít p?ipravené kapesníky. Nikdy jsem Jane v MCU ani v komiksech moc nemusela, ale Jason Aaron tohle celé vymyslel opravdu na výbornou a zakon?il zrovna tak. ...

    Fantastic finale to Jason Aaron's lady-Thor. Story is heartfelt and exciting, while the art is among the best comics has to offer. Great comic! ...

    Jason Aaron is a treasure. ...

    Not a bad series but I am SO tired of his Loki who winds up doing wrong when he seems to be trying to do right. Thought these might be keepers but not for me. ...

    Surprisingly moving, great artwork. Love this run of Thor. ...

    100/100. El final perfecto para una de las mejores eras de Thor que he leído. ...

    Neuv??iteln? silný zakon?ení éry Jane-Thor, která m? celkov? sice moc nebavila, ale m?la dost silných chvilek - a v?t?ina z nich byla práv? tady. Jednozna?n? 5*. ...

    A satisfying conclusion to this arc. ...

    A lovely, moving sendoff for one of the best characters to emerge in the last decade of comics. Brought tears to mine eyes. End of a great era for Thor. ...

    This made me cry so much! Thanks! ...