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Read ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Jason Aaron Of slave gods in the fight against Gorr But will it all be for naught as the clock ticks down and the massive Godbomb is triggered at last And after the dust clears what will be left of the universe's deities COLLECTING Thor God of Thunder 6 1. Wow Just wow This is my new favorite series And that's the first time I've said that about Marvel coming from a diehard DC boy Jason Aaron with Esad Ribic's stunning illustrations has created a mind blowing and balanced tale of epic violence and existential contemplation Gorr's tale and motivation is a classic revenge story but new with a twist of deep existentialism That fury that we as humans or creatures in his case have for a higher power when we suffer tragedy As if we are unrightfully being punished Which is something that I think most people myself included feel at some point in their lives That's true in the case of Gorr Loss after loss on a tidally locked planet of arid heat and total sunlight He seeks revenge on the gods that abandoned him instilling us with sympathy for a murderous and tragic creature Volstagg the Valiant makes a great point that for all of Gorr's hatred for gods he himself has become a god that punishes and destroys And we see just how hypocritical that is in the end

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Thor: God of Thunder, Volume 2: Godbomb Summary æ 108 É Somewhere at the end of the time all the gods of the universe are enslaved working to build a machine that will forever change the face of creation What is the Godbomb And what can Thor do to stop it While Gorr's master plan continues to unfold all hope for divinity is los Somewhere at the end of the time all the gods of the universe are enslaved working to build a machine that will forever change the face of creation What is the Godbomb And what can Thor do to stop it While Gorr's master plan continues to unfold. The origin of Gorr the God Butcher is revealed His family died trusting in gods that couldn't be bothered to help So Gorr has devised his own plan with the help of time travel He created a godbomb to annihilate every god who ever has and ever will live across all time in an instantThe only thing left standing in his way are three Thors from different time periodsGodbomb was a good conclusion to the tale of Gorr the God Butcher It's easy to see why Gorr turned out to be the way he was and how he grew to despise all the gods He's truly sympathetic because all he sought was help and what he got in return was seeing his entire family including his children die in front of himThe three Thors were interesting I really wanted to see of the All Father Thor because he's the character who has been seen the least among the threeGodbomb had some solid writing and I definitely enjoyed it

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Thor God of Thunder Volume 2 GodbombAll hope for divinity is lost when Thor finds himself in chains alongside his fellow gods And even as Gorr's dark origin is revealed along with the truth behind his bloody uest to butcher the gods three time bending Thors unite to lead an army. Guess I'm all alone here but I just didn't think Godbomb was all that greatI'm giving it 3 stars instead of 2 because I can't get my hands on Thor God of Thunder #1so maybe I just didn't understand what was going on in this volume Maybe volume 1 was stuffed full of awesomesauce Also I'm not a fan of Thor in Asgaard I like the Avenger version not the one where he does all the viking stuff So three time traveling Thors try to stop an alien who is trying to kill all of the gods I found that to be a bit confusing I mean how are they meeting up Does one of them have a time travel machine or does one of them have special powers that lets them do that Again maybe this is because I didn't read volume 1 so I'm trying not to be an ass about itStillI thought the concept of a 'god of bombs' was dorky Sorry but I giggled instead of gasped when the little green god finally told the librarian guy who he was But since this volume is named Godbomb I guess I should have expected that there would be a um god of bombsThe art was very cool in spots but at times it felt a little too watery for my taste I guess that was the point but I didn't love itNot my cuppa but most of the other reviewer's loved it