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The God of Thunder and his fellow Asgardians visit Midgard's ancient Egypt...and leave behind a startling legacy that will change our world forever in this one-shot!

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Thor in Ancient Egypt Reads Like 'Tales of Asgard' Continuation 0

I first became a fan of Alan Davis' artwork back around the time of Batman and the Outsiders. No other artist working in comics seems to be able to capture the range of facial expressions Davis manages to give characters. But as much as I like Alan's art, I was skeptical - is he right for Thor? My fear was that his art style would be too cartoony for Thor, who seems best when he's played in the straightest, grimmest, most aloof and godlike manner. And then, I'd never read Alan Davis' work as a w...

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good at my price 0

Since I having hard time buying comics.but thanks to my birthday I got hands on something.anyway I love the story and the art along with my thing with history and the love of a classic writer and artist. Very nice story playing with myth and history on one of the oldest civilisations on earth....

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