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Donald Blake (Earth-616)
Don Blake
I've never really been Don Blake...
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Thor Odinson (Earth-616) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition Vol 1 14 0001
Thor
...Only Thor...who stands ever alone
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Appearing in "The Coming of the Firelord!"Edit

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Other Characters:

  • Dr. Clement Holmes
  • Otto
  • Nurse Proctor
  • Joe
  • hospital staff

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  • Galactus Space Bubble


Synopsis for "The Coming of the Firelord!"Edit

Thor commands Mjolnir to return to him, and so it must. They continue their battle, while Hercules returns with the body of Holmes, and in drawing close, the spirit returns to his body. While Thor changes back to Blake to check on Krista, Firelord arrives on Earth, and at the selfsame hospital. Hercules and Firelord begin to battle, and Blake's cane is knocked out a window. Blake races to the ground and changes to Thor, and then he stops the battle, realizing who Firelord is - herald to Galactus. Firelord then summons Galactus, and Galactus plans to feast this day.

  • In this issue, Thor recalls that his trademark helmet has sentimental value to him. It was given to him as an adolescent from his father Odin.
  • This issue contains a letters page, The Hammer Strikes. Letters are published from Eugene R. Sanchez, Kevin Reid, The Dunlap, Jackie Biggers, Wakanda Con Enterprises, and Riley Foster.


  • No trivia.


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  • None.


  • The Grand Comics Database: Thor Vol 1 [1]

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