Review: ‘Marvel’s Voices: Legacy’ #1 Brings Marvel Closer To Truly Being The World Outside Your Window

Representation matters. This phrase has always been true, but the last year has put it firmly into a new light

Read more

Dark Horse Collects ‘American Gods’ Comic Into Oversized Hardcover

Dark Horse Comics has announced a massive oversized hardcover collecting the complete American Gods comic. Adapted by P. Craig Russell

Read more

Review: ‘Future State: Superman Of Metropolis’ #1 Is A Mixed Bag With Promise

With DC’s Future State event launching full force this past week, readers got a glimpse of the future of the

Read more

Thor, Friend To The Wolves: ‘Ragnarok: The Breaking Of Helheim #4’ Reviewed

Thor, Lady, and Ratatosk finally cross into the realm of Helheim. What lies within is an endless supply of vicious and venomous serpents as well as a pack of wolves with a grudge against the God of Thunder.

Read more

A Mighty Ode To Thor And The Power Of Stories From King Thor #4

Gorr, the God-Butcher, has become the Necroverse, and Thor and Loki must make one last stand against the end of all things. Gorr threatens to consume and become all that is, and only through the true spirit of thunder can Thor beat back the God-Butcher

Read more

War In The Soul Mines From Ragnarok: The Breaking Of Helheim #3

Freyr knows Thor is in his Soul Mines, and the God of Thunder just quashed Freyr’s attempt at destroying him with the smelting flames. That means Freyr must deal with Thor himself. However, Thor has the slaves of the mine on his side, but Freyr is not without allies of his own.

Read more

Thor Undercover In Ragnarok: The Breaking Of Helheim #2

Thor has made his way into Helheim and come upon a fortress guarded by an army of Draugar. They take the God of Thunder in, not knowing who he is. The ruler of this fortress condemns Thor to the mines, but Thor will not willingly stay there long.

Read more

A World After Asgard In Ragnarok: The Breaking Of Helheim #1

Thor has seen to the funeral pyre for the gods for months now, but he hears the call of Odin’s voice across the lands. The God of Thunder goes to seek where his father’s voice came from while the beings who killed the Aesir plot his demise.

Read more