Thor: God of Thunder, Vol. 1: The God Butcher Read Online Free - Part of the Marvel NOW! initiative!
Throughout the ages, gods have been vanishing, their mortal worshippers left in chaos. Now, Thor follows a trail of blood that threatens to consume his past, present and future. The only hope for these ravaged worlds is for Thor to unravel the gruesome mystery of the God Butcher!
In the distant past, Thor follows the bloody wake of murdered gods across the depths of space. In the present, the Thunder God discovers a forgotten cave that echoes with the cries of tortured gods...and is shocked to find himself among them! And thousands of years from now, the last god-king of a ruined Asgard makes his final stand against the God Butcher's beserker legions. As three Thors from three eras race to stop the God Butcher, the full extent of his vicious scheme takes terrifying shape!
COLLECTING: Thor: God of Thunder #1-5, plus never-before-seen extras!
|Title||:||Thor: God of Thunder, Vol. 1: The God Butcher|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
May 09, 2016
Come back, Jason Aaron, all is forgiven!
Okay, your crappy run on the Hulk is almost forgiven.
Ooo Wee! It’s a Thor book that’s more than just a volume only a momma can love.
There’s a God Butcher out there and he’s, um, butchering gods and talking a lot of smack as well.
God of War. Dead.
September 25, 2016
The Ultimate Thor Story
Thor is a superhero, of course, a member of the Avengers. He is also more than a superhero, though: He is a god. For starters, he has lived much longer than any other superhero: “There are thousands of years worth of memories rattling around inside my head.” As a result, hi...
July 15, 2016
The Gods of Indigarr are dead and all signs point to Gorr, the God-Butcher, a being Thor knows all too well. Can the Thunder god defeat the God-Butcher once and for all?
Most of the Thor comics I've read over the years were pretty forgettable unless Walter Simonson was involved. The God Butcher wa...
January 08, 2016
I've had a contentious relationship with Marvel and DC superheroes, but despite the massive amounts of money attached to these 'properties' and 'franchises', superhero comics are still being made that don't feel like spineless, compromised, manipulative piles of shit. This isn't news to plenty of...
July 30, 2013
Three Thors? Triple your pleasure, triple your fun!
This is my first comic book foray into the world of Thor, so I have no allegiances to previous incarnations or storylines. Despite my love of mythology, I have actively avoided Thor because a) he can look seriously ridiculous in that winged helm...
September 18, 2015
As a kid, I made mine Marvel. As I grew up, however, Marvel comics held less and less attraction for me. Maybe it was the fact that I was used to the gritty old '70s versions of all the favorites and the '80s brought in a bit of a more "slick" aesthetic. There were also some very cool indy comics...
September 11, 2013
This is the best thing that I've read out of Marvel Now yet. Aaron's take on Thor has the character as an actual god, full stop. The kind that answers prayers in person. And despite the lack of his regular Asgardian cast, he's still surrounded by gods and the trappings of godhood.
The story takes...
July 16, 2013
Jason Aaron + Thor = Sure Thing, right? Well... no. Jason Aaron is definitely one of my favourite comics writers due to penning the superb Scalped and the ongoing Marvel series Wolverine and the X-Men, but his more recent stuff like Thanos Rising and this Thor series have felt really lacking in t...
November 15, 2015
I heard a lot of hype for this run and believed it. I've invested a lot of pleasure reading in Jason Aaron and been rarely disappointed, so I was pretty psyched to finally dive in (once enough of the run was available on Marvel Unlimited to mean that I could devour a few trades' worth to really r...
October 30, 2015
Im not 100% sure how I feel about this one. Good not great. Maybe the feeling will improve by the end of this arc.