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Asgard in Oklahoma? WTF

Straczynski on Thor
http://comics.ign.com/articles/767/767837p1.html
The book apparently come out in spring..what do u guys think?

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Read it before and even now I still think "huh?"

I'll give it a shot but I'm skeptical to say the least.


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Read it before and even now I still think "huh?"

I'll give it a shot but I'm skeptical to say the least.

well, the book is supposed to be "good"
Other than the Oklahoma thing, Im still very excited for Thor's return.

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Read it before and even now I still think "huh?"

I'll give it a shot but I'm skeptical to say the least.


I'll agree, but if Thor is screwed over in ANY way....

....Well expect JMS to find a stuffed Spider-man head in his bed.


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has anyone else noticed how the Marvel Universe has gone to hell since Thor "died"?

Seriously, the only good thing that has really happened is we finally got rid of the mess Grant Morrison created with those stinking mutants


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I'll wait, read, then decide.

In case JMS has forgotten, the continent of Asgard is nearly equal in size to the United States, not 10 miles by 10 miles. Will part of it sit in another dimension, along with all the entrances to the other worlds?
I have to see this on the page.


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the art will probably be great, considering coipel's ****ing amazing.


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Straczynski on Thor
http://comics.ign.com/articles/767/767837p1.html
The book apparently come out in spring..what do u guys think?


I like the idea.


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Ok... i really did not know where to say this. But i did some research the world comics and handbooks. It is true that Thor was meant to be more powerful than Hulk (he still is), Thor base strength was greater than Hulk. Thor was initially graded as class 95 compared to Hulk's 90 tons (base strength, it increases as he anger). Many of the big guns were class 90. The only characters that stood above Thor was Hercules and Abomination. Yes, Herc was the strongest (saying this as a Thor fan) until both The Worldbreaker and the God of Thunder was upgraded.


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Ok... i really did not know where to say this. But i did some research the world comics and handbooks. It is true that Thor was meant to be more powerful than Hulk (he still is), Thor base strength was greater than Hulk. Thor was initially graded as class 95 compared to Hulk's 90 tons (base strength, it increases as he anger). Many of the big guns were class 90. The only characters that stood above Thor was Hercules and Abomination. Yes, Herc was the strongest (saying this as a Thor fan) until both The Worldbreaker and the God of Thunder was upgraded.


Sometimes bios dont mean **** at all.


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Sometimes bios dont mean **** at all.


Yes. Read a comic - Thor, Hulk, Hercules and many others in the '100 class' have feats in the thousands, even millions of tons. Whatever. Those classes are only meant to indicate a minimum, not a maximum.


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Yes. Read a comic - Thor, Hulk, Hercules and many others in the '100 class' have feats in the thousands, even millions of tons. Whatever. Those classes are only meant to indicate a minimum, not a maximum.


They have propulsion feats at that level, but their lifting feats are usually significantly weaker. There are though exceptions, for example Hercules pulling Manhattan and thor lifting a Skyskraper.

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I loved it when Hercules Pulled manhatten.... that was the most hilarious comic of all time! Where did he get those huge chains!? How do you just "take" manhatten as a hostage?


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They have propulsion feats at that level, but their lifting feats are usually significantly weaker. There are though exceptions, for example Hercules pulling Manhattan and thor lifting a Skyskraper.


Thor's also lifted the Midgard Serpent. A feat a wee bit more impressive than lifting a simple sky scraper.


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the art will probably be great, considering coipel's ****ing amazing.



yes


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It seems to me that the Thor stories that took place in Asgard sucked horribly, but, his stories that took place on earth or in other places were awesome.
So, having Asgard on earth should take care of all the crap like the frost giants and trolls that never made any sense and simply have Thor being an Earth/space hero, like he's meant to be.

But, god, those Asgard stories sucked.....


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It seems to me that the Thor stories that took place in Asgard sucked horribly, but, his stories that took place on earth or in other places were awesome.
So, having Asgard on earth should take care of all the crap like the frost giants and trolls that never made any sense and simply have Thor being an Earth/space hero, like he's meant to be.

But, god, those Asgard stories sucked.....


What the f**k? blink


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