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The Incredible Hercules: The Mighty…
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The Incredible Hercules: The Mighty Thorcules

by Greg Pak

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When terrible threats rise in Svartalfheim, the land of the Dark Elves, only Mighty Thor, Son of Asgard, can hope to triumph But what happens if the Odinson is temporarily unavailable? It's Hammer Time for Hercules as the Lion of Olympus gets his thunder on

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The Incredible Hercules continues to be one of the smartest and funniest comic books out there right now. This volume has two storylines, as Hercules and Amadeus Cho have split up while Hercules deals with a grade-school version of his father, Zeus, and Amadeus searches for his missing sister. On the Hercules side, we find Hercules impersonating Thor, and vice versa, and this leads to the greatest fight scene between two gods, ever. For Amadeus, his ability to take in all the elements of a situation and react perfectly is re-explained in a completely science-fictional, and cool, way: he is actually choosing which of an infinity of possible universes to inhabit at any given moment. I have read stories with similar ideas before, but it still surprised me here and at the same time made perfect sense. Both stories are well done, and the art is pretty good--playful for Hercules' story, a bit more realistic for Amadeus'. ( )
  lithicbee | Jun 1, 2010 |
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Are the wickedest queens always the comeliest?
I never understoor why you Asgardians had so much trouble with these elves. Throw a little iron in their faces and their magicks fall apart, right? I mean, you're covered in armor. And you're holding a sword! That's steel, man! Iron! Just hit them with it!
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