Appearing in "How Green Was My Goblin!"Edit
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Spider-Man's Belt Camera
- Bat Missile
- Asphyxiation Grenade
- Pumpkin Bomb
- shotgun mike
Synopsis for "How Green Was My Goblin!"Edit
The Green Goblin is plotting his revenge against Spider-Man and plans to reveal his secret identity to the world. Meanwhile, Pete feels he’s coming down with something and visits Dr. Bromwell. During the visit the doctor tells Pete that Aunt May must not have any sudden shock or excitement to her or it could be fatal. As he goes to school, we see Harry Osborn being dropped off by his dad. When Harry asks if anything is wrong, his dad snaps angrily at him and Harry begins to worry. Pete sees what’s wrong and Harry starts confides in him his concerns much to the delight of Gwen Stacy. As Spider-Man webslings to clear his head cold, he finds a robbery in progress and starts to fight the gang of crooks. The longer he fights, the more suspicious he gets and finally is proven right when they hit him with a gas. This gas that Green Goblin has concocted prevents his Spider-Sense from working. As he exits the scene, he goes to change back to Peter Parker and the Goblin watches without being noticed. As the Goblin follows him home, he picks up his name on microphone and learns his true identity. The Goblin confronts him outside and begins his attack on Peter Parker. Pete fights to prevent Aunt May from knowing the truth but Goblin soon knocks Pete unconscious and wraps him in a steel alloy cable. As he has taken to the Goblin’s lair, Pete struggles against his bonds and since he’s confident in destroying Spider-Man, the Goblin reveals himself to be none other than Norman Osborn himself.
Appearing in "Onslaught of the Absorbing Man"Edit
- Absorbing Man
- Unnamed Enemy Agent
Synopsis for "Onslaught of the Absorbing Man"Edit
Continued from last issue.....
Thor creates a whirlwind hoping to blow Creel off his feet, but this too fails.
The reporter Hobbs reaches the scene and tries to help Thor by throwing sticks of dynamite at Crusher Creel. Creel mimics Thor's whirlwind and blows the dynamite back at him. Thor snatches Hobbs to safety before the sticks can explode.
Creel manages to escape and drives off in a stolen car. While gassing up the vehicle, he begins fantasizing about all of the things he can accomplish with his new powers. Creel destroys the gas station with his ball and chain, and then drives off towards a safe house.
Thor tracks him down and the two begin fighting once again. The fight continues for hours, with neither man showing any sign of slowing down. Suddenly, Thor's Asgardian ally Balder the Brave appears before him. He brings Thor to the Rainbow Bridge and tells him that Loki has gone after Jane Foster. Thor decides to abandon his fight with Creel, citing that Loki represents a more menacing threat. As the two Asgardians vanish, Creel, in his arrogance, believes that he has beaten Thor.
Appearing in "Tales of Asgard: The Invasion of Asgard"Edit
- Thor as a boy
- Norn Hag
- Ulfrin the Dragon
- Rime Giants
- Last of the Ice Giants
- Skoll and Hati the Wolf Gods
Synopsis for "Tales of Asgard: The Invasion of Asgard"Edit
Hearing of a threat to Asgard, the boy Thor ask the guardian of the Rainbow Bridge, Heimdall, if he can help guard the Bridge. When Heimdall sends him away, Loki sees an opportunity to destroy Thor. He leads Thor to a hole in rocks which defend Asgard, which Loki himself actually made. There a force of evil enemies attacks Thor. He battles gallantly, but is about to be transformed into a tree, when Odin arrives with his army and drives back the villains.
Thor's bravery outs him one step closer to being able to lift and claim Odin's Enchanted Hammer.
- No trivia.
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