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Anonymous said: Could you please hire Walt Simonson to handle Thor? Because it's obvious you fools have no right in even addressing Thor, let alone writing him.

kurtbusiek:

brevoortformspring:

Sounds like this might be the book you’re looking for then:

https://www.facebook.com/waltersimonsonsragnarok

One wonders how the extremist end of the Thor-fan spectrum would react if a modern Thor writer:

1. Gave Thor’s power to someone new that they’d never heard of.

2. Turned Thor into a frog.

3. Had Thor repeatedly enchanted and dominated by a heretofore unseen little sister of a Thor villain.

4. Had Thor defend himself against “deadly spears” made of ordinary materials by human hands.

5. Had the heroes of Valhalla amazed by the power of automatic weapons and secure themselves a bunch of them, later using them to great effect against foes they’d have been overwhelmed by otherwise.

And more, of course. It’s classic, masterful stuff, but I suspect much of it, if it happened today, would be greeted with charges of disrespecting the character and hating the fans.

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misterwalsh:

Really like how this page turned out from Secret Avengers #7. Was hoping people would physically spin the book around as they were reading…

This book is so much fun. You should be reading it.

misterwalsh:

Really like how this page turned out from Secret Avengers #7. Was hoping people would physically spin the book around as they were reading…

This book is so much fun. You should be reading it.

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the-spinner-rack:

Moon Knight Pin-Up by Kevin Nowlan from Moon Knight #28, 1983

the-spinner-rack:

Moon Knight Pin-Up by Kevin Nowlan from Moon Knight #28, 1983

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marvel1980s:

Doctor Strange by Michael Golden

marvel1980s:

Doctor Strange by Michael Golden

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X-Factor #228 by Peter David and Leonard Kirk

X-Factor #228 by Peter David and Leonard Kirk

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X-Factor #13 by Louise Simonson, Walt Simonson, Dan Green, and Petra Scotese

X-Factor #13 by Louise Simonson, Walt Simonson, Dan Green, and Petra Scotese

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Uncanny X-Men #172 by Chris Claremont and Paul Smith

Uncanny X-Men #172 by Chris Claremont and Paul Smith

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Thunderbolts #29 by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, Kim Jacinto, and Israel Silva

Thunderbolts #29 by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, Kim Jacinto, and Israel Silva

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ALL-NEW INVADERS #12JAMES ROBINSON (W)STEVE PUGH AND SPECIAL GUEST ARTISTS BARRY KITSON AND P. CRAIG RUSSELL (A)Cover by MICHAEL KOMARCKFEATURING ART BY LEGENDARY KILLRAVEN ARTIST P. CRAIG RUSSELL• In 1917, what brought together UNION JACK, IRON FIST, and FREEDOM’S FIVE? Would you believe…invading MARTIANS?!• Plus: THE WINTER SOLDIER sends the modern-day INVADERS to England to help SPITFIRE…but why?32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

I might have to get this issue. I really like the writing and Steve Pugh is a great artist, but Guru eFX ruins his art.

ALL-NEW INVADERS #12
JAMES ROBINSON (W)
STEVE PUGH AND SPECIAL GUEST ARTISTS BARRY KITSON AND P. CRAIG RUSSELL (A)
Cover by MICHAEL KOMARCK
FEATURING ART BY LEGENDARY KILLRAVEN ARTIST P. CRAIG RUSSELL
• In 1917, what brought together UNION JACK, IRON FIST, and FREEDOM’S FIVE? Would you believe…invading MARTIANS?!
• Plus: THE WINTER SOLDIER sends the modern-day INVADERS to England to help SPITFIRE…but why?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

I might have to get this issue. I really like the writing and Steve Pugh is a great artist, but Guru eFX ruins his art.

(Source: biggoonie)

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The New Mutants #39 by Chris Claremont, Keith Pollard, Dell Barras, and Glynis Oliver

The New Mutants #39 by Chris Claremont, Keith Pollard, Dell Barras, and Glynis Oliver