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Tag Archives: Thor
Wednesday! Glorious comic book day! Check out our post to see what we’re looking forward to reading this week, and let us know what you’re picking up as well. Our pick of the week: Thor #1 Story: Jason Aaron Art: … Continue reading
The cover to Thor #1, by Russell Dauterman with colors by Frank Martin Jr. is completely rocking my world, as is the new Thor logo, which is so clever that I have no idea how they hadn’t done it before now. Thor … Continue reading
It’s shaping up to be a big year for announcements at San Diego Comic Con, and we here at GRCT are on pins and needles waiting to see what Marvel has in store for their panel tomorrow, even if none … Continue reading
“What do you think of the news about Lady!Thor?” This question has been running rampant through the blogosphere and beyond since Marvel’s announcement last week. As a comic book fan of the female persuasion, I lost the ability to count … Continue reading
Thor by Mark Brooks & Sonia Oback
I am a make up junkie. That’s just a fact. Inglot Cosmetics have always been a company I’ve eyed for a while because I’ve always heard good things about them, and they have an awesome customize it yourself freedom system … Continue reading
Our coverage of New York Comic Con continued this past Friday with Marvel’s REvolution panel, which detailed even more of the new titles launching in the coming months. The panel included such big Marvel names as Axel Alonso, Tom … Continue reading
Come on, everyone has to realise that today Marvel’s Thor movie is available to buy (FINALLY). I know that I am jumping in excitement and couldn’t wait to get my hands on a copy. To celebrate GRCT is sharing some … Continue reading
I managed to catch a screening of Thor at my local theater this past weekend. To be honest, back when they first started promoting Thor (way back before Iron Man 2, if my memory serves), I figured that it’d be … Continue reading