Thor Already Shirking His Kingly Duties in Thor #16 [Preview]

Thor #16 hits stores this week from Marvel Comics, concluding Jason Aaron and Mike Del Mundo’s run on the title ahead of the King Thor epilogue to Aaron’s entire multi-year run with the character and dealing with the fallout of the War of the Realms. We’ve got a preview below.

Thor #16

Such a monumental issue, the cover wraps around to the back!

Thor #16

And a recap page will get you up to speed on the events of War of the Realms, and Thor’s new position as the All-Father of Asgard.

Thor #16

But instead of attending his coronation, Thor is spending time on Midgard as usual, helping to rebuild a church trashed during the war.

Thor #16

Meanwhile, all of Asgard is waiting for the All-Father to arrive.

Thor #16

Which does not make Odin very confident in his decision.

Thor #16

But as Jane Foster: Valkyrie and Heimdall know, Thor runs on his own schedule.

Thor #16

Thor #16 is in stores on Wednesday. Hopefully, Thor will show up to the party eventually.

THOR #16
JUN190903
(W) Jason Aaron (A/CA) Michael Del Mundo
ALL-NEW WORLD FOR THE GOD OF THUNDER!
Thor has disappeared! That’s all we can say without spoiling the epic, Midgard-shattering conclusion of WAR OF THE REALMS –
but trust us, you won’t want to miss this issue, which is the kickoff of Jason Aaron’s final Thor story!
Rated T+
In Shops: Aug 28, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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