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by Len Wein,Alan Zelenetz,John Buscema,Joe Sinnott,Charles Vess


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Thor: The Warriors Three. There are two stories included in the Thor: Warriors Three premiere hardcover. The first story, by Len Wein and John Buscema, have the trio on a bar hopping tour of New York City.

Thor: The Warriors Three. Marvel Premiere Classic. Their solitary adventures here attempt to prop them on their own feet and away from the Thunder God’s shadow. The writer plays to comedic effect the contrast of an urban human city and the more mystical origins of the trio.

The Warriors Three, first introduced in the Tales of Asgard feature but later . The lead off story (20 pages) by the way is by Len Wein and John Buscema.

The Warriors Three, first introduced in the Tales of Asgard feature but later folded into the main Thor feature when Tales of Asgard ended, are comic relief characters. The three are the Don Juan-ish Fandral the Dashing and the taciturn Hogun the Grim who play straight men to that wonderful homage to Shakespeare's Falstaff, the voluminous Volstagg. This is a compilation of the three's "solo" adventures (meaning in this context, without Thor). Also, artist Charles Vess doesn't seem to have a good grasp of Volstagg's stature. Sometimes he looks like a dwarf, sometimes a giant.

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Written by LEN WEIN & ALAN ZELENETZ Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA, JOE SINNOTT & CHARLES VESS Cover by CHARLES VESS Fandral the .

Written by LEN WEIN & ALAN ZELENETZ Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA, JOE SINNOTT & CHARLES VESS Cover by CHARLES VESS Fandral the Dashing, Hogun the Grim, Volstagg the Voluminous: They may not have made it into the mythology books, but they're living legends to this day - and some of their solo sagas are collected here for the first time! The Warriors Three tackle organized crime in Manhattan, then embark on an Asgardian quest that takes them deeper than ever before into peril - and into themselves! Featuring stories by Alien Legion co-creator Ala Zelenetz! Collecting MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (. .

Author Len Wein, Alan Zelenetz. Illustrator John Buscema, Joe Sinnott, Charles Vess. Unknown - Please report. Thor: The Warriors Three.

Thor : The Warriors Three. Book in the Marvel Premiere Classic Series). The Warriors Three tackle organized crime in Manhattan then embark on a perilous Asgardian quest.

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Thor: The God of Thunder! Daily Art News Updates Daily Comic Book Cover Rules: Respect other members No porn, or soft porn  . Even when Doug Moench was writing THOR, they were underwhelming (with definite exceptions) to say the least. Zelenetz wrote the WARRIORS THREE four issues of MARVEL FANFARE, drawn by Charles Vess. The difference is remarkable, and it's not just having the paramount page-after-page of Vess - those are good stories. r THOR, though, is not in that category.

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Fandral the Dashing, Hogun the Grim, Volstagg the Voluminous: They may not have made it into the mythology books, but they're living legends to this day - and some of their solo sagas are collected here for the fi rst time! The Warriors Three tackle organized crime in Manhattan, then embark on an Asgardian quest that takes them deeper than ever before into peril - and into themselves! Featuring stories by Alien Legion co-creator Ala Zelenetz! COLLECTING: Marvel Spotlight (1971) #30, Marvel Fanfare (1982) #13 & #34-37
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The Warriors Three, first introduced in the Tales of Asgard feature but later folded into the main Thor feature when Tales of Asgard ended, are comic relief characters. The three are the Don Juan-ish Fandral the Dashing and the taciturn Hogun the Grim who play straight men to that wonderful homage to Shakespeare's Falstaff, the voluminous Volstagg.

This is a compilation of the three's "solo" adventures (meaning in this context, without Thor). The first is from Marvel Spotlight #30 and is the best of the bunch in my opinion. It shows the three at liberty in New York and the "fish out of water" theme adds wonderfully to the humor. It's also drawn by the late John Buscema, inked by Joe Sinnott. It doesn't get any better than that.

The remaining tales are set in Asgard itself and don't work quite as well. The writing and art have a more dreamlike, fairy tale-like mood which, while it works well enough on its own terms, undercuts much of the humor. The three are also separated much of the time which usually doesn't work well. Also, artist Charles Vess doesn't seem to have a good grasp of Volstagg's stature. Sometimes he looks like a dwarf, sometimes a giant.

Nevertheless the book is very entertaining and I highly recommend it. The retail price is quite reasonable as well.
Gavigamand
I almost gave this 5 stars. It's near perfect old-school Thor that deserves a read from any Thor enthusiast. I had one issue with it, of which I'll explain later, but as a whole "The Warriors Three" is an awesome graphic novel. I loved how the main story was divided into individual tales of each warrior. I feel we don't get enough of them in Thor's series, and this comic responded and delivered to that need. All stories in the book are equally as entertaining, and there really isn't a single dull moment within. I make great comparisons to this and Ages of Thunder, both being very excellent. Vess's artwork is extrodinary, and some covers I'd actually love to have framed.

However, as a huge Thor fan, I loathe one specific problem in a few Thor stories. This idea that we have to inject American humor into Asgard is absurd at its most absurd. I didn't let it bother me until the very end where Volstagg craves a "double troll burger." It's not funny, it's just mocking the whole idea of norse mythology. If you want humor, give witty jokes that aren't influenced by Midgard. As soon as you have Gods saying "You rang" as if anyone on Asgard owns a phone, Asgard fails to be realistic and results in being a joke.

While the Warriors Three is nonstop entertainment, that old balance between humor and valiance is off. Simonson did it perfectly in his run, and Straczynski after him. It's pretty satisfying to say, however, that without Thor you can still have an awesome Marvel Asgard story. I'd definately read more if they gave it to me.
Coidor
Writer Alan Zelenetz and I created over a hundred pages of this material in the early to mid-1980s all under the sure editorial hand of Al Milgrom. The lead off story (20 pages) by the way is by Len Wein and John Buscema. For my part I absolutely loved doing these stories (!!!) and, since one of them: The Ballad of The Warriors Three was done VERY early in my career, learning as an artist. But Marvel Editorial in their infinite wisdom has chosen not to pay a cent in either reprint fees or incentives AND not even bothered to send a single complimentary copy to me. So I would suggest that you NOT purchase this book. Thanks, Charles Vess
Thor: The Warriors Three ebook
Author:
Len Wein,Alan Zelenetz,John Buscema,Joe Sinnott,Charles Vess
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Marvel; First Edition edition (September 8, 2010)
Pages:
136 pages
Rating:
4.3
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