- We'll rebuild. Asgard...Manhattan... the world. We'll rebuild it all. Like the rest of the world, we'll dig deep and find the strength to get out of bed tomorrow morning and start all over again. The Avengers will bury our dead, mourn our losses... And then get back to work...
Appearing in "Thor's Day"Edit
- The Mighty (Only Appearance)
- Iron Fist (Danny Rand) (Joins Team)
- Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) (Joins Team)
- Dr. Strange (Stephen Strange) (Joins Team)
- Iron Man (Tony Stark) (Joins Team)
- Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff) (Joins Team)
- Hawkeye (Clint Barton) (Joins Team)
- Red She-Hulk (Betty Ross) (Joins Team)
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Joins Team)
- Wolverine (Logan) (Joins Team)
- New Avengers
- Secret Avengers
- Serpent (Cul) (Death)
- Thule Society
- City of Asgard (Ruins)
- Dark Asgard (Destruction)
- New York City
- Brooklyn (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Arlington National Cemetery
- Hammer of Skadi
- Hammer of Mokk
- Hammer of Nerkkod
- Hammer of Greithoth
- Hammer of Skirn
- Hammer of Kuurth
- Hammer of Nul
- Hawkeye's Asgardian bow
- Iron Fist's Asgardian mace
- Spider-Man's Asgardian stingers
- Wolverine's Asgardian claws
- Savage Sword of She-Hulk
- Dr. Strange's Asgardian staff
- Ms. Marvel's Asgardian axe
- Black Widow's Asgardian swords
- Iron Man Armor Model 38
- Twilight Sword
- Black Widow's Gauntlets
- Captain America's Shield (Repaired)
- Captain America's guns
- Mockingbird's Battle Staves
Synopsis for "Thor's Day"Edit
Outside Broxton, Captain America lets out a spew of bullets as the Serpent, his Worthy and the Thule Society converge on the World Tree. By the portal to Asgard, Iron Man and Thor have returned, with dwarves from Svartalfheim, bearing the weapons he forged with the mystical metal Uru and were blessed by Odin. The weapons are distributed to Doctor Strange, Hawkeye, Iron Fist, Red She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man, Black Widow and Wolverine, and they all go to aid Captain America in the defense of the world.
In Broxton, as family gather in a basement, one father, named Rick, decides to go and assist the Avengers in defending his home, declaring that he shall not live in fear anymore.
The Serpent transforms into a massive dragon and battles Thor while the Avengers take on the Worthy. When Thor throws Mjolnir into the Serpent's mouth, it is bounced close to Cap's position. Rick arrives with a host of Broxton's citizens and helps him up. Picking up Mjolnir, Cap declares that today, they are all Avengers now, and shouts, "Avengers Assemble!"
As the battle rages on, the Serpent declares that humanity shall end. Thor retorts that for all the time he spent imprisoned underwater, he knows nothing about humans, nor what they are capable of. Just as Odin prepares Asgard to march on Earth and destroy it, Thor slays his uncle with Odinsword Ragnarok, and dies in the arms of his father, fulfilling the prophecy, while the hammers of the Worthy flee their hosts. At the same time, as with the Serpent's death, all the chaos around the world is subsiding.
The day after the battle, while the Avengers prepared Thor's funeral, Odin take his brother's corpse, whom he calls Cul, to Asgard, cast out all the other Asgardians and locks himself alone with the body to guard it until the end of times, blaming himself for not saving his family.
Sunday, they bury Bucky in Arlington National Cemetery. Monday, in Svartalfheim, Iron Man is helping the dwarves melt down their Asgardian weapons, as they have completed their purpose. The dwarves also give Iron Man Cap's reforged shield, infused with Uru, making it stronger than ever, though retaining a scar. Wednesday, the Avengers stand in Manhattan, as Cap declares it a new day, when they rebuild the world and mourn the lost. Thursday, Broxton, Rick helps out his neighbor mow his lawn.
Above Broxton, an Asgardian portal is briefly shown.
Appearing in "Epilogue 1: Friday"Edit
- unnamed scientists
- Thule Society (Only in flashback)
- Odin (Only in flashback)
- Serpent (Only in flashback)
- Worthy (Only in flashback)
- Gungnir (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Skirn (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Mokk (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Greithoth (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Angrir (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Skadi (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Nul (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Kuurth (Only in flashback)
- Hammer of Nerkkod (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Epilogue 1: Friday"Edit
Waking chained to a table, Sin finds herself surrounded by surgeons. Though they attempt to sedate her, their leader, Malpractice swats the syringe away and helps her remember how she came to be there, and the two plot the future.
Appearing in "Epilogue 2: Saturday"Edit
- Bruce Banner (clone) (First appearance)
- Unspecified desert
- Hulk/Banner's mind
Synopsis for "Epilogue 2: Saturday"Edit
As Hulk seeks peace after the ordeal of being possessed by Nul, Banner rages in their shared mind at how they lost control again. Screaming that he just wants to be left alone, Hulk chokes Banner into unconscious, and when Banner awakes, he finds himself in a desert separated from the Hulk. As Hulk leaves, Banner pleads for Hulk to tell him what happened.
Appearing in "Epilogue 3: Sunday"Edit
- Russian mercenaries
- Marcus Johnson (In a photograph only)
- Johnson's mother (Only appearance; dies)
- Taskmaster (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Deadpool (Wade Wilson) (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Paladin (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
Synopsis for "Epilogue 3: Sunday"Edit
An elderly man is informed by his assistant of the murder of a woman in Atlanta. The woman, the mother of Sergeant Marcus Johnson, has been killed by a Russian mercenary squad, with the riots caused by the Serpent's fear-spreading serving as cover for the crime. Satisfied at the result, the elderly man looks over a screen full of mercenaries as he informs his assistant that what Johnson holds is the "greatest secret in the world."
Appearing in "Epilogue 4: Monday"Edit
Synopsis for "Epilogue 4: Monday"Edit
Nul, Breaker of Worlds, finds himself free and briefly rampages through St. Sebastian as Hulk, who he'd recently possessed walks through a desert and realizes that Nul is loose. Traveling to New York City, Hulk asks Dr. Strange for help.
- Nul's fight with Dracula takes place in Fear Itself: Hulk vs. Dracula #3.
- Epilogues 1-4 serve as prologues to Fear Itself: The Fearless #1, Incredible Hulk Vol 3 #1, Battle Scars #1, and Defenders Vol 4 #1.
- Rick's son and wife are named in Fear Itself: The Home Front #7, where his story is expanded upon.
- - Tony Stark returns from the depths with a last-chance arsenal that will transform the Avengers from Earth's Mightiest Heroes...into Earth's Last Hope!
- It’s THOR'S DAY-- the day that everything ends!
- Double sized Finale with a little something extra for keen eyed
Cain Marko returns in Dark Avengers #180
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