Thanos, one of many worst villains of the Marvel Universe, has a secret historical past with Asgard, the house of Thor. And in December’s Thor #29, visitor author Torunn Grønbekk and collection artist Nic Klein will dig into how Thanos ties into Asgard’s previous earlier than he takes on Thor within the current.
Thor #29 will observe November 30’s Thanos: Death Notes one-shot which invitations a number of creators to discover tales of Thanos and Thor’s previous, whereas additionally setting the stage for a giant battle between the Thunder God and the Mad Titan.
Dying Notes picks up on threads from author Donny Cates and artist Nic Klein’s present Thor run, which began method again when Thor bought a preview of his personal loss of life again in 2020’s Thor: Black Winter (opens in new tab) storyline.
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In that upcoming throwdown, Thanos will tackle Thor whereas wielding Mjolnir itself, studded with the Infinity Stones – together with a brand new black Infinity Stone. We’re guessing it is maybe a Dying Stone, as Thanos may even be main a military of undead Marvel heroes.
However earlier than all that, Thor #29 will dig into the deeper implications of Thanos’ hidden historical past with Asgard.
“There’s something extremely ingenious and daring about [regular series writer Donny Cates] and Nic’s Thor, and it has been an absolute delight to guest-write a narrative for this run,” visitor author Grønbekk states within the announcement.
“It is turning out to be simply the form of factor I like – massive swings, strong character moments, and deeply human options. Additionally, Nic is impossibly good. There’s a particular form of pleasure to see his pages come collectively. I do not assume I’ve ever had this a lot enjoyable making comics!”
Thor #29 goes on sale December 7, with a canopy from inside artist Nic Klein, seen right here.
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