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Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

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Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

Where is Thor? Where is Jane Foster?

THE DEATH OF THE MIGHTY THOR Part 4! The Mangog has come to Asgardia. But as every god assembles to meet him, there is one noticeable absence. Where is Thor? Where is Jane Foster? Without their mightiest hero, who among the Asgardians can face the wrath of a billion murdered beings–and survive?

Written by: Jason Aaron
Art by: Russell Dauterman
Cover by: Russell Dauterman
Page Count: 25 Pages
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Release Date: January 17 2018

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Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

Marvel Preview: The Mighty Thor #703

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