Aaron and Dauterman’s Mighty Thor #1 Reprinted in 3D and a Polybag for April

Marvel continues to reprint classic comics in high-tech 3D, though this time it’s one of a more recent vintage getting the treatment. Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman’s Mighty Thor #1 will be re-released in April in mind-boggling (read: headache-inducing) 3D, and locked inside a polybag to prevent you from ever opening it lest you spoil its collectors’ value.

With Aaron, Dauterman, and colorist Matthew Wilson teaming up once again for War of the Realms, Marvel’s biggest-ever super-mega-crossover event in April, it seems like the perfect time to relive this 2016 relaunch in one entirely new dimension. If that sounds good to you, you’ll need to shell out $7.99, or perhaps $15.98 if you want to keep one in the bag for posterity.

Check out the solicit below, and view Marvel’s full April solicitations here.

MIGHTY THOR 3D #1 (POLYBAGGED)
JASON AARON(W) • RUSSELL DAUTERMAN (A/C)
Jane Foster brings the thunder like you’ve never seen it before — in eye-popping 3-D! When Jane lifts the mystic hammer Mjolnir, she is transformed into the Goddess of Thunder — the Mighty Thor! Her enemies are many, as Asgard descends further into chaos and a looming war threatens to spread throughout the Ten Realms. Yet this new Thor’s greatest battle will be against a far more personal foe: the cancer that is killing her mortal form. It’s a legend in the making as the multi-layered writing of Jason Aaron and the larger-than-life artwork of Russell Dauterman leap off the page in three dimensions! Polybagged with a pair of 3-D glasses! Reprinting MIGHTY THOR (2015) #1.
40 PGS./Rated T+ …$7.99

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