Thor: Love and Thunder, surprise the action figures of Bandai

Thor: Love and Thunder, surprise the action figures of Bandai


Not even the time to digest the new trailers of the upcoming Marvel Studios projects (we are talking about Moon Knight and Doctor Strange) that Bandai, in the total absence of other information on the Thor: Love and Thunder project, releases the very first images of what will be the protagonists of the film: Thor and Jane Foster as the new Lady Thor. We are as surprised as you are to see these images for the first time since in part they could (for some) represent a spoiler while for others they would do nothing but confirm what we have read in the rumors during these months, in the total absence of any trailer.

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The release of Thor and Mighty Thor taken from Thor: Love and Thunder is scheduled at the same time for the month of June 2022 (in Japan) at a suggested price of about 7000 Yen (about 70 euros each). having news on their official distribution (distribution rights, etc.) we reserve the right to update the news in the future with further and more precise information. In the meantime, if you want to recover some Thor action figures produced by Tamashii Nations, throw the hammer at this link.

Marvel's Thor celebrates the big 25 with another fight with Hulk and a look ahead at his future

Even for an immortal god who has lived eons, reaching a big round number in age means something to Marvel's Thor. This May, he's celebrating 25 issues of the current Donny Cates/Nic Klein volume with an oversized anthology issue.

Thor #25 main cover (Image credit: Gary Frank (Marvel Comics))

If you're thinking to yourself, 'Hey, didn't Marvel already announce another Thor issue would be one of these big anthology-size issues celebrating a big number?' Yes, you are right. April's Thor #24 will also be a big anthology celebrating a numeral achievement for the Thor series; using Marvel math, and counting up the number of Thor issues between all its nine volumes, Thor #24 will be the 750th issue of Thor.

But whereas Thor #24's credits listing is series writer Donny Cates and series artist Nic Klein with some creators from Thor's past such as J. Michael Straczynski, Walter Simonson, and Dan Jurgens, Thor #25 will be Cates and Klein with new creators to the Thor-fold - namely, writer Nadia Shammas and artist Martin Coccolo. 'And more' Marvel promises.

While the main story will continue the 'Banner of War' event pitting Thor vs. the Hulk, the additional stories will be looking ahead to 'possible futures of Thor and his friends' according to Marvel.

Thor #25 will come with a main cover by Gary Frank, and variants from a host of talent including John Romita Jr., Sanford Greene, J. Scott Campbell (three versions), Ron Lim, Geoff Shaw, Chrissie Zullo, and more. Check out those released so far here:

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Thor #25

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Thor #25

(Image credit: Chrissie Zullo (Marvel Comics))

Thor #25 goes on sale on May 4.

Verily, these are the best Thor stories of all time. 

Newsarama Senior Editor Chris Arrant has covered comic book news for Newsarama since 2003, and has also written for USA Today, Life, Entertainment Weekly, Publisher's Weekly, Marvel Entertainment, TOKYOPOP, AdHouse Books, Cartoon Brew, Bleeding Cool, Comic Shop News, and CBR. He is the author of the book Modern: Masters Cliff Chiang, co-authored Art of Spider-Man Classic, and contributed to Dark Horse/Bedside Press' anthology Pros and (Comic) Cons. He has acted as a judge for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, the Harvey Awards, and the Stan Lee Awards. Chris is a member of the American Library Association's Graphic Novel & Comics Round Table. (He/him)

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