“Thor: First Thunder” travels again to the earliest days of Marvel’s tackle the Norse god of thunder.
Author Bryan J.L. Glass and artist Tan Eng Huat retell the early Stan Lee/Jack Kirby tales of Thor, together with alter ego Dr. Donald Blake.
Due to Thor’s vanity, his father, Odin, not solely banished the thunder god from Asgard, he stripped away his powers and hid him within the frail physique of Blake – a human who has no reminiscence of being Thor.
Whereas touring in Europe, the American doctor stumbles upon an alien invasion. Escaping the rock-hide aliens, Blake loses his cane. He finds a stick to assist him transfer and to make use of as a lever. Out of frustration, he faucets the cane which transforms into the mighty hammer Mjolnir and Blake into Thor.
Just like the outdated Nineteen Sixties comics, Thor and Blake swap locations all through this mini-series. Loki is current in addition to early Blake/Thor love curiosity nurse Jane Foster.
“First Thunder” is a tip of the hat to these early Lee-Kirby “Thor” points however it is usually an authentic work with loads of twists.
“First Thunder” ought to be a deal with for long-time Thor followers – it pays homage to the earliest days of the character – gone story traces, relationships and characters – whereas offering loads of new developments.
“First Thunder” proves that lightning can strike twice – in satisfying methods.