Appearing in "Behold... the Living Planet!"Edit
- unnamed Rigellians
Synopsis for "Behold... the Living Planet!"Edit
Continued from last issue.....
Thor and the Rigellian Recorder have traveled into the "Bio-Verse" where they meet Ego the Living Planet. Wanting to have a dialogue with with the two visitors, Ego changes his environment to one that the two visitors find familiar, and creating a Asgardian themed Avatar to show them around, as well as give them a show of his vast powers.
While on Earth, Jane Foster and Porga have arrived in a European town where they dine and talk about whom Porga is seeking. Porga decides to wait until his colleague Count Tagar arrives to tell her anymore. When Tagar arrives, he is at first uninterested in the woman's presence however changes his mind upon hearing that Jane is a nurse and finds her medical skill a potential use to them. Tagar then explains to Jane that they are seeking out a man known as the High Evolutionary.
While back on Ego the living planet, Ego explains to Thor that he intends to beat Thor in combat, rationalizing if he can defeat the Thunder God, then nothing can stop him from taking over the world. Dissolving his avatar, Ego forms an army of anti-bodies to battle Thor and the Recorder. Forced with fighting these mindless drones and deal with Ego constantly shifting the planets shape. Fighting off the anti-bodies, Thor and the Recorder are then sucked into the arterized tunnels of Ego's being.
Meanwhile, on Earth, Tana Nile has arrived at a local police station demanding that the Chief of police surrender the world over to her. The officer doesn't believe her colonization stake on the planet and so to prove it to him she commands the Command Planet and orders them to increase the speed of the Space Lock on the Earth, a request which is denied by the ruling Rigelians who also provide no answer behind their actions. While back on Ego, Thor recovers the Recorder and then casts a powerful spell to create a thunderstorm on Ego that causes him significant damage. Ego then considers the contest won and Thor the victor and allows the Thunder God and the Recorder safe passage out the Black Galaxy, telling Thor that any means of entry into his Bio-Verse will be barred in the future. Thor then speeds back to Rigellian space in order to free the Earth
This story is continued next issue...
Appearing in "Tales of Asgard: Valhalla!"Edit
Synopsis for "Tales of Asgard: Valhalla!"Edit
Story continued from next issue...
With the arrival of the Stallion of Doom, Thor and the Warriors Three prepare their enemy Harokin for his final journey into the land of the dead. Bringing the body out for the Stallion, all gathered await the arrival of Hela the Goddess of Death to come and escort him off to Valhalla the home of the warrior dead.
The weakened Harokin rides the Stallion of Doom to Valhalla and soon finds renewed vigour and strength when he crosses into the land and sets the Stallion to charge forward into his life of eternal combat.
While back in the realm of the living, Thor and the Warriors Three toast Harokin as a great warrior.
- "Valhalla" is reprinted in Thor: Tales of Asgard by Lee & Kirby #5
- No trivia.
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