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in: Comics, 1976, 1976, March Bronze-Age, Thor Vol 1, If Asgard Should Perish, Gerry Conway/Editor-in-Chief, Rich Buckler/Cover Artist, Joe Sinnott/Cover Artist, Dan Crespi/Cover Artist, Len Wein/Writer, John Buscema/Penciler, Joe Sinnott/Inker, Glynis Oliver-Wein/Colourist, Joe Rosen/Letterer, Len Wein/Editor, Thor Odinson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Warriors Three (Earth-616)/Appearances, Fandral (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hogun (Earth-616)/Appearances, Volstagg (Earth-616)/Appearances, Jane Foster (Earth-616)/Appearances, He Who Remains (Multiverse)/Appearances, Artur Zarrko (Earth-6297)/Appearances, Servitor (Earth-6297)/Appearances, Time-Keepers/Appearances, Geirrodur (Earth-616)/Appearances, Protectroids (Multiverse)/Appearances, Earth-794282/Appearances, Earth-7635/Appearances, Mjolnir/Appearances, Time Cube (Zarrko)/Appearances

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Appearing in "The Temple at the End of Time"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:


  • Earth-794282 (First appearance) (divergent end of time)
  • Earth-7635 (First appearance) (divergent 50th century)



Synopsis for "The Temple at the End of Time"Edit

The five Asgardians have survived the holocaust, along with Zarrko, Servitor, and Derek. All of them, except for Derek, travel forward in time to try and stop the Time Twisters before they begin. Jane tells he who remains what the Time Twisters really do, so he terminates their life support. They all go back to 50th Century Earth. There, First Citizen Derek tells Zarrko that the world is no longer his. And since the Time Twisters are gone, the Asgardians return home.

  • This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[1]

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