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- Thou didst summon the Son of Odin -- immortal of great Asgard! Speak thy piece and let all in attendance know what thou dost require of -- Thor, God of Thunder!
- -- Thor
Appearing in "In Search of the Gods"Edit
- Hannah Fairmont (First appearance)
- Amanda Fairmont (First appearance)
- Demitrius Collins (First appearance)
- Jake Olson (First appearance) (Death)
- Colonel Preston Case (First appearance)
- Sif as a young girl (Only in flashback)
- Loki as a young boy (Only in flashback)
- Jane Foster
- Perrikus (1st Appearance - voice only)
Synopsis for "In Search of the Gods"Edit
Thor is called in, because a crazy man has taken a bunch of children hostage at the Ballon Bunch Daycare Center, claiming to be Heimdall. Thor arrives and listens to the man's story after freeing the hostages, and agrees to take him to Asgard to see if his story is true. When they arrive, they are both overcome by the devastation of the golden city, and the man realizes that he is not really Heimdall. Upset, Thor hurls Mjolnir, freeing a bunch of debris, and unknowingly, freeing Perrikus from his prison. Down at the docks back on Earth, Colonel Preston Case oversees the offloading of a large container, he's told that no one is supposed to touch it without Class A. He doesn't listen, and upon touching it, the container seems to explode.
Thor takes the man to a hospital, where he's met by Jane Foster, who agrees to take care of him, and tells Thor about the Avengers battle taking place down on the docks. Thor arrives to find the Avengers battling the Destroyer, now possessed by Colonel Case, who is intoxicated by the power. Thor uses all of his power to try and hold the Destroyer at bay, while the rest of the Avengers get the remaining civilians clear of the area. EMT's Jake and Demitrius have been also called into the area to try and help the injured. But during the battle, Jake is mortally wounded by flying shrapnel while trying to save a woman from a burning car. Thor advances on the Destroyer, but is pummeled down, and lowering his visor, the Destroyer kills the god of thunder.
- Previous Chronological Appearance of The Mighty Thor: Captain America (Vol 3) #7 followed by The Mighty Thor Annual 1999
- Next Chronological Appearance of The Mighty Thor: The Mighty Thor (Vol 2) #2
- Previous Chronological Appearances of Captain America: Captain America (Vol 3) #7 followed by Spider-Man: Made Men and then Excalibur #125 (Last issue of Volume 1)
- Next Chronological Appearance of Captain America: The Mighty Thor (Vol 2) #2
- Previous Chronological Appearance of Iron Man: Captain America (Vol 3) #7 followed by Incredible Hulk #465
- Next Chronological Appearance of Iron Man: The Mighty Thor (Vol 2) #2
- Previous Chronological Appearance of Hawkeye and The Scarlet Witch: Captain America (Vol 3) #7
- Next Chronological Appearance of Hawkeye and The Scarlet Witch: The Mighty Thor (Vol 2) #2
- Previous Chronological Appearance of The Destroyer: The Incredible Hulk #461
- Next Chronological Appearance of The Destroyer: The Mighty Thor (Vol 2) #2
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Thor (Marvel Comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Thor at Marvel.com
- Thor site at Marvel.com
- The Immortal Thor of Asgard
- The Thor Message Board
- Thor at The Complete Marvel Reading Order
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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