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The Unworthy Thor #5 (Comics) Preview

What made Thor unworthy of carrying the mighty Mjolnir? We’re finally going to find out.

Journey into mystery

This is it! A mystery years in the telling will finally be unfurled! Once upon a time, the God of Thunder was rendered unworthy. Not by a great and terrible foe, but by a mere whisper. At long last, the contents of that whisper will be revealed! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your look inside THE UNWORTHY THOR #5 – the senses-shattering final issue! Superstar creators Jason Aaron and Olivier Coipel bring the thunder and give fans the answers they’ve been waiting for – just HOW did the Odinson become unworthy of his magic hammer Mjolnir? Is redemption on the horizon for the fallen son of Asgard? No matter what happens next, life will never be the same for the Odinson. No fan should miss out on the blockbuster conclusion – THE UNWORTHY THOR #5 – on-sale in comic shops everywhere on March 22nd!

The power of Thor

Finally, at long last we get to see what happened to make Thor unworthy. Marvel has been dangling this for a few years now, and it looks like we’re not only going to hear what that whisper entailed, but also maybe (possibly) see a return to form for the thunder god.

Don’t get me wrong, I thought the Jane Foster Thor shook things up nicely for the book. Thing is though, this is the world of comics, and there’s just no way that Thor wouldn’t eventually step back into… well, his shoes. He kind of is the Norse thunder god after all.

What will become of Foster when that happens is a bit of a mystery. The current version of the character has proven to be pretty popular with fans however. So with that in mind, I’m pretty sure she’s not going to be fading away. After all, when Eric Masterson was all done with his stint wielding the hammer back in the ’90s, he went on to become Thunderstrike- kind of a ‘Thor lite’. Could be there’s something similar on the horizon.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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