Appearing in "Spidey Saves the Day!" Featuring: The End of the Green Goblin!Edit
- Green Goblin (Norman Osborn) (Main story and flashback)
- Harry Osborn
- Anna Watson
- Dr. Bromwell
- Enforcers (Only in flashback)
- Mendel Stromm (Only in flashback)
- Human Torch (Only in flashback)
- Lucky Lobo (Only in flashback)
- Crime Master (Only in flashback)
- Ned Leeds (Vision)
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Spidey Saves the Day!" Featuring: The End of the Green Goblin!Edit
Pete is trapped by Norman Osborn who’s revealed himself to be the Green Goblin. Pete stalls him, mentioning Harry and playing with his emotions to get him to talk. Norman tells how he worked constantly to provide and always paid more attention to work than to his son. He reveals how Professor Stromm only borrowed money from a shared account, but Norman called the police reporting it as theft, leaving the company in his hands. Norman continues, saying Stromm had left formulas behind, and he decided to research them. As he was working on one, it exploded and hospitalized him. This transformation changed him and he planned to use his company’s resources to become a super-criminal. At home, Aunt May is worried sick over Pete not calling her and Anna Watson calls in Dr. Bromwell. Meanwhile, Betty Brant is in a train station realizing she must return to New York and face everyone but unsure how. Pete is still working on the steel bonds and the Goblin recounts when Spider-Man has fought him and skews them as victories. He finishes his story and frees Pete to fight him on even terms. As they fight, the Goblin pulls out stun bombs, an electrical whip, and finally a Goblin Cannon. As Spider-Man delivers a kick, the Goblin goes into a mixture of live wires and chemicals and a fire starts. Spider-Man rushes over not wanting to kill him, but Norman doesn’t know where he is or why he’s in costume. Not wanting to destroy his reputation or Harry’s feelings, he’s quickly changed out of his costume for the police to take him to a hospital. Pete rushes home and Dr. Bromwell has just sedated Aunt May. Aunt May begins to take care of Pete’s “fever” and Harry visits his dad in the hospital.
Appearing in "The Vengeance of the Thunder God!"Edit
- Harris Hobbs
- unnamed policemen
Synopsis for "The Vengeance of the Thunder God!"Edit
Thor was in the middle of a fight with the Absorbing Man, Crusher Creel, when he was alerted by Balder the Brave of the danger to Jane Foster; she had been kidnapped by Loki and brought back to Asgard. Meanwhile, the Absorbing Man, had wandered off to cause trouble without the hindrance of Thor. The Thunder God immediately went to face his scheming half-brother Loki. The two fought and exchanged insults, while Foster looked on in wonder and fear, not sure why she was the pawn in their fight.
Back on Midgard, reporter Harris Hobbs, helps the police in their search for Crusher Creel, the Absorbing Man, and explains to them what his powers are. Creel has in the meantime found a house in the suburbs, needing sleep and food, and walks in to take what he needs. Back in Asgard, Thor and Loki battle on, Loki tries to freeze the air around Thor, but he breaks out immediately, "The rage in my heart, the justice of my cause, the strength in my sinews, these are the spells which shall defeat the master of evil!!" At that moment, Odin causes an explosion of rock between them, and scolds them for engaging "in private conflict which hath not the approval of Odin". Loki then tries to blame the fight on Thor, claiming that he brought his mortal love, Jane Foster to Asgard to make her immortal as well, just as she faints, the strain of the ordeal too much. Odin is not sure who to believe, knowing that Loki is a trickster. He then calls for a "Trial of the Gods!" Thor then asks is father for 48 hours, to return Foster to her home and to defeat the Absorbing Man. After Foster is safely back in her home, Thor uses his powers to make her forget what she saw in Asgard.
Back on Earth, Creel is imposing his will on a couple in the Suburbs. They try to make him leave, but it is no use. Nearby, the police are closing in on him, while Thor arrives to help. The police find the house that Creel entered, while Thor tries to convince them not to try to take him down without his help.
Continued next issue.....
Appearing in "Tales of Asgard: Death Comes to Thor"Edit
Synopsis for "Tales of Asgard: Death Comes to Thor"Edit
The young Thor has found his way to the Three Fates (Urd, Skuld, Verdani), goddesses of destiny, in the hope they can tell him how to earn Odin's magic hammer. They tell him that he will have to met death first.
Returning to the palace, Thor learns from Balder that Storm Giants have seized his sister, the Lady Sif. Swearing to rescue Sif, Thor rides out only to be attacked by Giants near the castle of King Rugga. After opening a chasm with his hammer to capture the Giants, Thor enters the castle and confronts Rugga, who says he has given her to the goddess of death, Hela, in exchange for immortality.
Thor then confronts Hela, and offers to give his own life in exchange for Sif. So moved is Hela by his offer of sacrifice that she allows them both leave alive. It be a few days before Thor realized that he had faced death and so had won the Enchanted Hammer.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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