Tracking down the best moments in comics we find this hidden gem from Doctor Strange #384 – the Read A Comic Panel of the Week for February 9, 2018!
This week’s Read A Comic Panel of the Week comes from Doctor Strange #384 from Marvel Comics.
Panel of the Week for Feb 9, 2018
Title: Doctor Strange #384
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Story: Donny Cates
Cover: Mike Del Mundo
Art Team: Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Jordie Bellaire, Cory Petit, Nick Lowe
Solicit: LOKI: SORCERER SUPREME Part 4! Doctor Strange has acquired the biggest weapon he could imagine to finally take back his Sorcerer Supreme title from Loki. But will it be enough? The life of someone Stephen cares about lies in the balance, and where Loki goes, innocent life doesn’t always stay safe…
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Travel back in time as Thor meets Thor in our review of Generations The Unworthy Thor & The Mighty Thor #1 from Marvel Comics.
Title: Generations The Unworthy Thor & The Mighty Thor #1
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Story: Jason Aaron
Art Team: Mahmud A. Asrar, Jordie Bellaire, Joe Sabino
Editor: Will Moss
On Comic Racks: August, 2017
Solicitation: When a battle goes south, Thor finds herself in ancient Egypt – facing a young Odinson! A misguided party of Vikings has bitten off way more than they can spear. But when the prince of Asgard answers their cries for help, he ends up in a fight no axe alone can win! And Apocalypse is not one for mercy. Can a not-yet-worthy god and a time-lost hero take on one of the world’s most powerful mutants at the height of his empire? And what does their encounter mean for the future of two Thors?
Review: Generations The Unworthy Thor & The Mighty Thor #1
Generations Mighty Thor and Unworthy Thor takes place in the past when Thor was unable to fully lift Mjolnir and he questioned his worth.
After hearing prayers from Midgard – from viking warriors invading Egypt – Thor flies to their aid and encounters En Sabah Nur, Apocalypse. Much to his surprise, the Mighty Thor joins the battle with a thunderous entrance.
Through the battle, Thor (Odinson) puts his pride aside and learns to fight alongside this new Thor and his viking compatriots. Along the way he learns that it isn’t his God-like nature that makes him who he is, but that its humanity that makes a Thor worthy.
This comic is filled with awesome artwork, a great standalone Thor story, and a good message.
4.5 out of 5!