Promo for the failed 1988 “Mighty Thor” TV pilot
Hmm, I wonder why this didn’t get picked up. It’s clearly television of the highest quality.
Ron Frenz talks about the some the big moments of his career, the current state of Marvel and DC Comics, the Comics Industry as a whole and why there hasn’t been a Spider-Girl Digest for some time now.
“The god of thunder has seen the world he swore to protect crash down and mutilate itself. The state of the world has left him confronting a darkness within his own soul that he never knew was there. This new dark Asgardian roams the world with a new perspective, god help whoever gets in his path.”
Check out past characters from the roster here.
Avengers street art
MIGHTY THOR 1966 ep 1 PART 1
Thor Art For Sega by Mark Brooks
Artists’ comments: “I was contacted by Wayforward Games to to all the in game artwork for Sega’s Thor game for the Nintendo DS. I did over 20 pieces of art including all these pics of Thor which pop on the screen for dialog scenes.”
Here’s a Thor Wallpaper I through together from this drawing I posted a while back.
Edit: to get the full size you have to go here.
Who’s seen the new movie yet? How cool was it to see Thor do all his classic moves on the big screen?
I will be seeing Thor this weekend, and I couldn’t be more excited! Thor is the only Marvel Superhero I really love. Just look how bad ass he is.
And get to know Reilly Brown if you don’t already. He’s an amazing talent doing some incredible work on Marvel books. From his Cable & Deadpool run to the iconic Thorcules & Hercuthor fight in Incredible Herc, up to his issues of Amazing Spider-Man coming out in two weeks.
If you’re down near Greensboro, North Carolina stop by and say hi to Reilly and a slew of other creators at ACME COMICS this weekend for Free Comic Book Day.
We just released a free 16-bit-style platformer game called Thor: Bring the Thunder.
IT. IS. AWESOME.
See these screenshots? SO PERFECT. Go play Thor: Bring the Thunder.