Comics Ate My Brain

December 13, 2007

Thursday Night Thinking

Filed under: thor, thursday night thinking — Tom Bondurant @ 11:56 pm
I’m not going to argue that the “Spidey refuses to give up and lifts the heavy machinery” sequence isn’t a classic of superhero comics…

… but these two pages with Thor-Frog are pretty effective too.

And, of course, it wouldn’t work if Thor-Frog weren’t THINKING!

[From “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner; or, It’s Not Easy Being Green!” in The Mighty Thor #365, March 1986. Written and drawn by Walt Simonson, lettered by John Workman, colored by Max Scheele.]

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2 Comments »

  1. What a fun two-parter this was. Not a hoax! Not a dream! In this issue Thor croaks!

    Comment by Anonymous — December 17, 2007 @ 8:20 pm

  2. The Thunder Frog storyline: the Greatest Comics Ever or the Greatest Achievement of the Human Race Ever?I think it may just lose out to agriculture, the wheel, and Black Belt Jones, but just barely.Unbelievably awesome stuff.

    Comment by Harvey Jerkwater — December 19, 2007 @ 7:24 pm


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