Marvel, Jason Aaron announced the end of his run on Thor
In the late evening of yesterday, with a message that is concise but unequivocal on his personal twitter account, Jason Aaron has announced that it is about to let Thor head which had taken the reins in 2012.
His run will end coinciding with the end of the event, War of the Realms:
My Thor run began in 2012, with GOD OF THUNDER #1. Since then I've written 80 something Thor issues across multiple series. And it's all been building toward THE WAR OF THE REALMS. Needless to say, I'll be looking to go out with a bang. Thanks for reading along the way. pic.twitter.com/GG4Swz8PBl
— Jason Aaron (@jasonaaron) March 4, 2019
Currently Aaron is writing Avengers and Conan The Barbarian. A few weeks ago, however, had made small updates on its series a creator-owned including the great Southern Bastard, and The Goddmaned also confirmed to be working on a new sci-fi series.
At this point, the scenarios for Aaron seem pretty clear: reduce the load of work for Marvel so that you can focus on his projects creator-owned. Unlikely to return to DC, where a few years ago he made under the aegis of Vertigo the excellent Scalped.
Even though it is still far from the end of the event, War of the Realms, of course opens up the whole-the writer to determine the successor of Aaron on Thor's head as a symbol of the recent years of Marvel and who collected the unanimous consent of readers and critics.
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