the mighty thor
In Mighty Thor: At the Gates of Valhalla #1, Jason Aaron is joined by Jen Bartel & Ramón Pérez to close this years-long chapter in the life of Thor,
The Mighty Thor has met an action-packed end. But in true Marvel Comics fashion, Jane Foster has one more end to her story as the Goddess of Thunder.
The new God of War game will take beloved antihero Kratos to the world of Norse mythology, where a certain hammer and its owner reside.
The Mighty Thor has hung up her hammer and passed away, but it may be for the better, because she had some real bad luck at the end.
Jane Foster's time as Thor has come to an end, but before she hangs up the hammer, she channels Game of Thrones in order to go out swinging.
Walter Simonson, legendary Thor writer and artist, will draw a variant cover for The Mighty Thor #706.
Jane Foster makes a desperate attempt to save Asgardia, but what does it mean for her future, both as a mortal and as the Mighty Thor?
Jane Foster's forgotten family members are revisited as "The Death of The Mighty Thor" races to its conclusion.
Everything in The Mighty Thor has been leading to the death of the Goddess of Thunder, and she accepts her fate with aplomb and dignity.
Death is coming for Jane Foster in the first look at the final chapter of Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's 'Death of the Mighty Thor' story arc.
Stanley 'Artgerm' Lau shared his variant cover for Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's Mighty Thor #705 ahead of the comic's March release.
Jane Foster's cancer finally catches up with her in our exclusive preview of The Mighty Thor #703, part four of Death of the Mighty Thor.
Marvel plans to release ten variant covers celebrating Jane Foster as Thor when the hero's saga concludes in March.
In a cover for Mighty Thor #705, part of the Death of Thor storyline, Jane Foster removes her helmet for the first time in her solo series.
Thor #700 gave us a glimpse of the future where the Odinson wields a golden hammer with a golden arm - this is what we think they're made of.
Instead of Jane Foster's death, Marvel's The Mighty Thor #700 saw another fan-favorite character fall at the hands of Mangog.