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Thor: Thunderstrike

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To save Thor's life, Odin places his son into the body of human architect and single father Eric Masterson. And after living for months as Thor, facing such evils as the triple threats of Loki, Ulik and the Enchantress, will Masterson be willing to give up his life as a hero once the real Thor returns? It's Thunder God versus Thunder God, leading to the creation of the new hero: Thunderstrike!

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To save Thor's life, Odin places his son into the body of human architect and single father Eric Masterson. And after living for months as Thor, facing such evils as the triple threats of Loki, Ulik and the Enchantress, will Masterson be willing to give up his life as a hero once the real Thor returns? It's Thunder God versus Thunder God, leading to the creation of the new hero: Thunderstrike!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785156383
  • Publisher: Marvel
  • Publication date: 6/15/2011
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 861,301
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted December 28, 2013

    I was a big Thor fan back in the day, and became a Thunderstrike

    I was a big Thor fan back in the day, and became a Thunderstrike fan when Erik Masterson gave back the power of Thor to the Asgardian himself, who had gone through punishment from his father Odin, and some major identity crisis problems because of it.

    What I like about Eric Masterson is that he is human, he is fallible to the same problems we all are, and he fought hard to be a hero and protector that Asgard could be proud of representing Thor on Earth. Wielding a replacement mace crafted by Odin dubbed Thunderstrike, it is similar to Thor's Mjolnir, but the powers that are granted to Eric Masterson differ from when he wielded the power of Thor. His physical strength was not as immense as Thor's which was costly when he fought Bloodaxe, but his mace seems to have a very powerful mystic energy compared to Mjolnir, and also has incredible crushing force. Flight with the mace is also erratic and fast. I enjoyed watching Eric Masterson learn all over again how to use his new powers.

    Sadly, his comic did not last very long, but I enjoyed it while it did. I would very much enjoy his son getting a full series comic of his own.

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