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Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

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Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

The final battle between Gorr and the All-Father of Existence!

THE FINAL CHAPTER OF THE YEARS-SPANNING, AWARD-WINNING SAGA! The sun has gone black. Midgard isn’t far behind. The entire Multiverse is dying — and with it, the last of the gods. An eternity ago, the God of Thunder heard a whisper: “Gorr was right.” Now Gorr the God of God-Butchers ascends to his final murder: the All-Father of all existence. Plus, a who’s who of Jason’s past THOR collaborators and a few surprise guests help close out the story in thunderous style!

Written by Jason Aaron
Art by Chris Burnham, Olivier Coipel, Russell Dauterman, Mike Del Mundo, Aaron Kuder, More…
Cover by Esad Ribic
Page Count 42 Pages
Release Date December 18 2019

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Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

Marvel Preview: King Thor #4

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