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Revealed for a new generation: the origin - and first year on Earth - of the God of Thunder! Who is the enigmatic Doctor Donald Blake? What is the secret that drives him to travel the world, seeking its challenges, and how does it connect him to the banished Prince of Asgard? Why has Thor been exiled to walk amongst mankind - and battle threats from beyond the stars? And before the entire saga is over, how will he react when confronted by the likes of Tony Stark, Reed Richards - and his devious brother Loki? Witness the legend reborn with a modern touch by Harvey Award-winning writer Bryan J.L. Glass (The Mice Templar) and acclaimed Eisner-winning artist Tan Eng Huat (SILVER SURFER: IN THY NAME)!

Includes a reprint of the first appearance of Thor.

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This is really just a retelling of Thor's origin, but for someone that hasn't read it yet, I thought it was a very good issue. The writer (Bryan Glass) did a very good job of portraying Thor and Donald Blake, though Loki seemed like every other arch nemesis in this, the issue covers a lot, some similarities between Thor and Donald Blake, that someone who hasn't read the original first appearance of Thor (myself) wouldn't know about. The art is good not the best i have ever seen, but it is good, ...

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