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Jane Foster and the Mighty Thor #3: Review

Aug 2022
Torunn Gronbeckk, Michael Dowling

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Part Three of Five

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3.5 stars

Jane Foster and the Mighty Thor #3 Review by (August 10, 2022)

Review: Okay story but growing increasingly hard to follow (for me at least). Some nice bits peek through and the art is quite nice for the story. Here’s hoping it all makes sense by issue #5.

Comments: A Promethium sword is the favored weapon of DC villain Deathstroke; If this is the same one, it shows that one can reach anywhere from Limbo.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Jane Foster and the Mighty Thor #3 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

Odinson awakens in the cavern beneath the world and finds his way out. Tyr is released from prison by the Enchantress. The mystery woman dons her mask for the last time, prepared to serve her lord….

In Limbo, Jane Foster, now in her Thor form demands to know of the demon S'ym where to find Thor Odinson. She hurls Mjolnir (inhabited by the spirit of Odin) at him and he bats it out of the way. She then draws Undrjarn and it transforms into the Promethium Sword….

The siege of Asgard: Runa battles the Dark Elves commanded by Arngrim a/k/a Kurse. He orders bombs to be dropped, sacrificing his own ship to kill Runa. The Valkyrie leaps overboard and nearly plummets into a huge purple hole but she is rescued by Mister Horse. On the ground, Volstagg takes on Ulik of the trolls, as Sif and Beta Ray Bill try to get the civilians to safety—but she sees a girl killed by a troll; Sif kills him and mourns the young life lost….

With the sword, Jane Thor defeats S’ym and demands to know where Thor is….

In flight, Runa locates Hildegarde and they plan to reach the highest of the enemy ships, intending to use their own weapons against them….

Jane sets out from Limbo aboard Skidbladnir with the Librarian along as guide. They have a philosophical conversation about the stars until they reach their destination….

Runa and Hildegarde reach the topmost of the Dark Elf ships but Tyr, unaware they are on the ship, destroys it with a catapulted explosive. They are hurled overboard toward the purple holes which are swallowing up everyone….

In a gentle pastoral place, Jane sees Thor running toward her; she tosses him Mjolnir but two arrows pierce his back. He falls into Jane’s arms and asks, “Who are you…?”

Michael Dowling
Michael Dowling
Jesus Aburtov
Ryan Stegman (Cover Penciler)
J. P. Mayer (Cover Inker)
Marte Gracia (Cover Colorist)
Letterer: Joe Sabino.


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