If you've been keeping up with Marvel's Fear Itself, you're already aware that Thor has been having a pretty rough time lately. Arguments with his dad (who happens to be the omnipotent Allfather of Asgard), the looming threat of Galactus and a battle against the hammer-wielding Worthy who threaten to destroy the world -- it's safe to say that the dude has a lot of problems right now.
We've been hearing about Matt Fraction's upcoming run on "Thor" for a while now, and it's been resolicited for September 22nd, so mark your calendars. In the meantime, if you need a reason to get MORE excited, check out this advance preview of his first issue -- "Thor" #615 -- illustrated by Pasqual Ferry and colored by Matt Hollingsworth, where Sif rides out to meet the thunder god before the shattered ruins of Asgard, and they talk about what a huuuge douchebag Loki is. Seriously, that guy.
Sue Storm's jet crashes in the frozen wastelands of Siberia in Ultimate Fantastic Four #47, kicking off Ghosts, a brand new three-part story arc by acclaimed writer Mike Carey (X-Men) and fan-favorite penciler Mark Brooks (Ultimate Spider-Man Annuals). Featuring the Ultimate introduction of some of Marvel's most notorious Russian characters, including: the Red Gho
There's one superhero on everyone's mind and it's the sentinel of the spaceways himself-the Silver Surfer! Starting this Wednesday, get prepared to experience the past, present and future of the Silver Surfer as Marvel celebrates one of the most unique heroes to ever grace the pages of a comic book.
In Silver Surfer: Requiem #1 (of 4), the titular hero returns to Earth to consult with hi
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