Remember in the early days of Thor comics when “Tales of Asgard” meant an outing of fantasy based on Norse mythology and storybooks? Well, they all kept true to their target audience which was to give family entertainment and this means entertainment for the whole family and readers of all ages. Nowadays, a “Tale of Asgard” meant that it is a story that may be more realistic in terms of the time when and where the story takes place. This means that such tales would be portrayed … more
A tale of war, and how the gods can affect the lives of men as well as how mortals can affect men. More of a tale of savagery and realistic portrayal of magic and superstition. Not your typical Thor comic, more of Thor as a warrior god than Thor the member of the Avengers. A good "Tale of Gods and Men"... see full review here.
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