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Marvel Preview: Thor #17

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Marvel Preview: Thor #17

The shocking conclusion of ‘Revelations’ that no one will see coming is here!

THE EPIC FINALE OF “REVELATIONS”! Thor, ruler of Asgard, can now focus on just that – ruling! But with power comes truth, and Thor will learn that being king isn’t so simple. When havoc on Midgard begins, Mjolnir seems to have vanished under the Avengers’ watch. And Thor must learn more than one truth this day. The shocking conclusion of “Revelations” that no one will see coming is here!

Written by: Donny Cates
Art by: Michele Bandini
Cover by: Olivier Coipel
Page Count: 22 Pages
Release Date: September 29, 2021
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Thor #17

Marvel Preview: Thor #17

Marvel Preview: Thor #17

Marvel Preview: Thor #17

Marvel Preview: Thor #17

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