Jason Aaron’s Thor Run Ends Not with a Bang, But with a 4-Issue Mini-Series in King Thor #4 [Preview]

Jason Aaron’s epic Thor run finally ended with War of the Realms… but things are Marvel don’t die quickly and suddenly (unless they’re a new comic launched as an “ongoing” and suddenly stealth-canceled without warning in the solicits). Thus, Aaron’s run needed a 4-issue mini-series to truly wrap things up, and the final issue of that, King Thor #4, is in stores next week. We’ve got a preview below.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

Basically, Gorr is killing the universe, and Thor can’t stop him. Of course, this takes place in a future that will be rewritten by another writer in the future, so it doesn’t really matter, but we’ll just go with it for now.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

This preview is all over the place though. First, we see Thor ending the world.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

But will this come to pass?

King Thor #4 [Preview]

You could always read spoilers in the library, where they’ve got a bunch of outtakes that didn’t make it into Aaron’s run proper.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

Like Thor the God Cop.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

Or Thor the Living Planet?

King Thor #4 [Preview]

There’s always room for a commercial for Aaron’s other book.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

And some waxing philosophical besides.

King Thor #4 [Preview]

King Thor #4 hits stores on Wednesday.

KING THOR #4 (OF 4)
OCT191014
(W) Jason Aaron (A) More (A/CA) Esad Ribic
THE FINAL CHAPTER OF THE YEARS-SPANNING, AWARD-WINNING SAGA!
The sun has gone black. Midgard isn’t far behind. The entire Multiverse is dying – and with it, the last of the gods. A millennium ago, the God of Thunder heard a whisper: “Gorr was right.” Now Gorr the God of God-Butchers ascends to his final murder: the All-Father of all existence. Plus, a who’s who of Jason’s past THOR collaborators and a few surprise guests help close out the story in thunderous style!
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $5.99

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