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in: Comics, Week 42, 1976, 1977 1977, January, Bronze-Age, Thor Vol 1, Quest for Odin, Archie Goodwin/Editor-in-Chief, Jack Kirby/Cover Artist, John Verpoorten/Cover Artist, Len Wein/Writer, Tony DeZuniga/Penciler, Tony DeZuniga/Inker, Glynis Oliver-Wein/Colourist, Irving Watanabe/Letterer, Len Wein/Editor, Thor Odinson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Warriors Three (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hogun (Earth-616)/Appearances, Fandral (Earth-616)/Appearances, Volstagg (Earth-616)/Appearances, Sif (Earth-616)/Appearances, Balder Odinson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Karnilla (Earth-616)/Appearances, Grand Vizier (Asgard) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Mimir Burison (Earth-616)/Appearances, Kronans/Appearances, Asgard (Realm)/Appearances, Asgard (City)/Appearances, Doomsday Star/Appearances, Mjolnir/Appearances, Starjammer (Asgard)/Appearances

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Synopsis for "Lo, the Quest Begins!"Edit

Thor returns to Asgard empty handed, but that was what Mimir was expecting. He did not want the eye, just to test Thor's honor. Mimir tells Thor that the answers he seeks lie with the Doomsday Star. They leave in the Starjammer, but get caught in a meteor storm and their sail is damaged. They land on an asteroid for repairs and come across a crashed spaceship and a group of dust covered statues. It turns out they are not statues, but the Stone Men from Saturn that Thor fought way back when, and they want the Starjammer. In their assault on the Asgardians, the Stone Men cause their own crashed ship to explode and begin breaking the asteroid apart. The Asgardians escape in their ship, leaving the Stone Men to perish

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