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J. Michael Straczynski returns to Thor as the Thunder God prepares to battle Thanos in Death Notes special

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Writer J. Michael Straczynski will return to Thor, whose core title he revived alongside artist Olivier Coipel and wrote for years in an acclaimed run starting back in 2007, alongside a host of other creators for a one-shot titled Thanos: Death Notes.

How does Thor factor in? It's simple - Death Notes picks up on threads from writer Donny Cates and artist Nic Klein's current Thor run, which started way back when Thor got a preview of his own death back in 2020's Thor: Black Winter (opens in new tab) storyline.

In Thor: Black Winter, the Asgardian Thunder God got a precognitive glimpse at his own death, seeing a vision of Thanos surrounded by undead Marvel heroes and villains - and wielding Thor's hammer Mjolnir, encrusted with all six Infinity Stones as well as what appeared to be a seventh black Infinity Stone (a Death Stone, perhaps?) "Ever since the Black Winter gave Thor a glimpse of how he was going to die way back in Thor #6…Thor has been working to prevent this horrific fate," says editor Wil Moss in Marvel's announcement.  "In this Thanos one-shot, his quest brings him to look to Thanos' past for clues.

But in doing so, will Thor learn something of use, or merely realize that Thanos truly is inevitable?" Currently, Thanos is presumed dead after seemingly being killed permanently in Kieron Gillen and Esad Ribic's Eternals title.

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