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[Library ebook] Thor Vs. Seth, the Serpent God (Mighty Thor)

Thor Vs. Seth, the Serpent God (Mighty Thor) Tom Defalco audiobook | *ebooks | Download PDF | ePub | DOC

#1934410 in Books 2011-01-05Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 10.25 x .50 x 6.75l, .66 #File Name: 0785146350192 pages | File size: 30.Mb Tom Defalco : Thor Vs. Seth, the Serpent God (Mighty Thor) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised Thor Vs. Seth, the Serpent God (Mighty Thor): 0 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Thor vs the Egyptian God of DeathBy Mike ShehanA story arc building up to Thor #400,The war with Seth was an admirable attempt at an historic story.The build up was excellent but the consequences in some respects were mild if fairly non-existent.Seth should have been a major recurring Thor villain as his threat and power level could have made him a step or 2 below Galactus himself.Instead its as if his sole


purpose was to provide Thor a challenge in preparation of his 400th issue.Then the character was relegated to a brief revival in the pages of Thunderstrike and even then he was significantly de-powered. And no writer since has even attempted to revive him.Oh well,i digress.This collection is a worthy Thor story in regards to adventure thrills and supporting cast.DeFalco's writing has always struck me (even at its best) as an above average Stan Lee (which is still not bad).His penchant for hammy and over dramatic dialogue shines here but i always enjoyed his Thor run. Ron Frenz's art is incredible (as always) and shows a huge Kirby influence.So its almost as if re-living the Lee/Kirby days with a little less pomp and grandeur.Epic build up and a pretty entertaining payoff help to make this collection worth the asking price.A highlight of DeFalco's run and a cool piece of Thor history,definitely check it out.4 of 15 people found the following review helpful. 1966?By SLAINEThis isn't a review as much as a question. It says this came out in 1966 but I remember this story back in 88' 89' was that a reprint? I'm sure it wasn't. Anyway I really enjoyed it back when I first read it and still have the copies today. The artwork was fantastic. The story collected here was kept entirely in Asgard and was mostly fighting - as I remember - lots of big names from Asgard involved. But this is only the tail end as the buildup with an invasion of asgard began quite a few issues earlier. The entire saga was quite good but it would have been much better to have had more of it collected here. Seth, the Egyptian God of Death, has set his sights on Asgard, and he won't stop until he's exterminated the entire race! It's an all-out war between the gods, with Seth pulling out all the stops and winning! But is it possible? Is Odin still alive? Guest-starring Earth-Force and the Black Knight! And what hope does Thor have against Surtur the FireDemon, the one villain Odin has never been able to permanently defeat? COLLECTING: Thor (1966) #395-400

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