Odinson and Then Some

PostAvatar_Euge┬áChris and I (and Curt. And like 10 of our friends) saw Thor 2 last night. I won’t spoil any of it, but safe to say, I liked it a whole lot more than Iron Man 3, if only because it played on the universe a lot more. I can understand why these Phase 2 movies want to establish the characters in their own stand alone worlds. Iron Man 3 was as much about “Tony Stark” as it was “this guy in the Avengers,” and by the same token Thor 2 was about Thor in Asgard, and the Asgard lore. But it still managed to touch lightly on the fact that he existed in a world with the rest of the Marvel universe (although that old joke about SHIELD never being around when you really need them rings true for this one too). But I dug it. A lot. Like I said, I’ll talk more about it after people get a chance to see it.

I’m not going to lie. The LBFA machine this week has been full of car troubles, illness, and a ton of other things tugging at our time. So give us a minute, we’ll get it all back to zero and move ahead with some semblance of a schedule.

So leave your thoughts about Thor Dos in the comments, and stay tuned for more comics and shiiiiiiiieeeeeet.



  1. Mrs. Nesbitt of Star Command

    Thor 2 made me laugh more than I expected


    chrishaley Reply:

    Me too!


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  3. Devasteitor

    as a mexican… WE COULD SEE THOR 2 THE LAST WEEK!!! HELL FUCKING YEAH!!! and yes… it was awesome =D


  4. Cleon

    Iron Man 3 really is this years punching bag for action movies


  5. Fancycwabs

    Ladyfriend found it too silly–I had to remind her that it was, in fact, a movie based on a comic book.

    I had to scrap the law of Stan Lee cameos due to Iron Man 3′s wretchedness, but Thor 2 would have certainly fit the pattern.


  6. David

    I misread Thor Dos as Thor do’s, and thought you were talking about hairdos.


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