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Thor Vol 1 211


Thor Vol 1 211

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Fandral (Earth-616)
Fandral the Fleet
And thou shalt battle beside us this time, Great Mouth -- Not behind us as ere before!
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Voluminous Volstagg
Verily thou dost insult me!
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Verily, thou art a great weight!
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Appearing in "The End of the Battle!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The End of the Battle!"Edit

Thor manages to grab Mjolnir before 60 seconds are up. Meanwhile, Ulik and his army of trolls attack the surface. Thor and the other earth-bound heroes try to stop them. They manage to defeat them and send them back to their caves, but Fandral tells Thor that Balder has gone mad.

  • As seen on page one, this issue is Story#1296-Z.
  • This issue contains a letters page, The Hammer Strikes. Letters are published from Kim "Howard" Johnson, Les Baptiste, Matt howarth, and R.J. Bedard.

  • The Mighty Thor is abducted to Ulik's underground lair last issue in North Korea. However, they both emerge in Manhattan. That is a bit of a geographic stretch in this editor's opinion.

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