The Immortal Thor #1

The Immortal Thor #1

Illustrated by: Martin Coccolo

Cover Art by: Alex Ross

Written by: Al Ewing

Release date: August 23, 2023

Marvel Comics

*Minor Spoilers Ahead

AL EWING, MARTIN COCCOLO & ALEX ROSS GIVE THE GOD OF THUNDER THE “IMMORTAL” TREATMENT! In Norse myths, they called him Thunderer. Vuer has he been called, and Hloriddi. The Gods know him as Asgard’s King, keeper of Mjolnir, hero of the tales. When injustice grips the Earth and ancient powers bring down the sky, he fights for those who cannot – and when the tale is done, we will know what that cost him. This is the story of THE IMMORTAL THOR. PLUS: A bonus page written by Jonathan Hickman – WHO ARE THE G.O.D.S.?

Marvel Comics’ The Immortal Thor #1 is a monumental exploration of the God of Thunder’s legacy, masterfully brought to life through the combined talents of Al Ewing, Martin Coccolo, and the legendary Alex Ross, who graces the cover with his iconic artistry. This comic is a grand testament to Thor’s enduring impact and stands as a compelling addition to the Marvel pantheon.

Al Ewing’s writing takes readers on an epic journey, delving into the depths of Norse mythology and transcending it to new heights. The various names Thor has been known by – Thunderer, Vuer, Hloriddi – evoke a sense of history and mythos, emphasizing his timeless role as both a champion and a king. Ewing’s narrative prowess shines as he explores Thor’s unwavering commitment to justice, showcasing his indomitable spirit in the face of ancient powers that threaten to bring chaos to the world.

Martin Coccolo’s illustrations are nothing short of awe-inspiring. The visual storytelling captures the grandeur of Thor’s world, from the majestic halls of Asgard to the battle-scarred landscapes of Earth. Coccolo’s attention to detail brings each panel to life, while his ability to convey raw emotion adds depth to the characters’ journeys. And with Alex Ross’ cover art, the comic is adorned with an image that not only captivates the eye but also encapsulates the essence of Thor’s immortal nature.

The heart of The Immortal Thor lies in the sacrifices and struggles that define the God of Thunder. As he fights for justice and stands up for those who cannot, Ewing’s exploration of the cost of heroism resonates deeply. The tale is both a tribute to Thor’s storied past and a foreshadowing of the trials that await him.

In addition to the main story, the inclusion of a bonus page written by Jonathan Hickman tantalizes readers with the enigmatic question: “WHO ARE THE G.O.D.S.?” This clever addition adds an extra layer of intrigue, hinting at mysteries that are yet to be unraveled.

The Immortal Thor #1 is more than a comic; it’s a celebration of a character who has captured the hearts of generations. Ewing’s narrative prowess, Coccolo’s dynamic artwork, and Ross’ breathtaking cover art coalesce into a work that honors Thor’s legacy while embarking on a new and exciting chapter. This is a must-read for both die-hard fans and newcomers to the Marvel universe, promising an epic journey filled with heroism, sacrifice, and the enduring power of the God of Thunder.

The Immortal Thor #1 is available on our weekly new comic wall and it can also be placed on your pull list.


The Immortal Thor #1: A Monumental Exploration of the God of Thunder's Legacy

Colors - 9.1
Design - 9.2
Illustration - 9.3
Narrative - 9
Subplot - 9.8


The Immortal Thor #1 is a new Marvel comic that explores the Norse mythology and enduring legacy of the God of Thunder. Written by Al Ewing, the narrative delves deep into Thor's commitment to justice and heroism, while Martin Coccolo's awe-inspiring illustrations capture the grandeur of Thor's world. The inclusion of a bonus page by Jonathan Hickman adds an extra layer of intrigue to the story. The comic is a celebration of Thor's character and a must-read for fans and newcomers alike.

Genre: Superhero
Series: The Immortal Thor | Illustrated by Alex Ross, Martin Coccolo
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