- I don't like having to sneak and hide. It makes me feel like I'm doing something wrong. But all I'm doing is what I swore I would do... When I was a little girl... standing over my mother's grave. I hide because I won't be stopped. And they would try to stop me... If they ever learned the truth. The world needs a Thor. That's all that really matters. We need a God who understands what it means to be humbled. To be mortal. A God who knows how precious life is. How delicate. A God who struggles everyday to live a worthy life. Who suffers so that no one else will have to. A God who loves the Earth enough to die for it. I am Dr. Jane Foster. And I will not stop being The Mighty Thor. Even though it is killing me.
Appearing in "The Woman Beneath The Mask"Edit
- Thor (Dr. Jane Foster) (Identity revealed)
- Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers)
- Black Widow (Natasha Romanova)
- Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew)
- Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff)
- Cul Borson (Possessing the Destroyer Armor)
- Malekith the Accursed
- Frost Giants
- King Laufey (Resurrection)
- Hugin (Cameo)
- Munin (Cameo)
- Norns (Mentioned)
- Valkyries (Mentioned)
- Bestla (Mentioned)
- Bor (Mentioned)
- The Unseen (Nick Fury) (Mentioned)
- Dark Elves (Mentioned)
- Light Elves (Mentioned)
- Midgard (Earth)
- Hel (Mentioned)
- Vanaheim (Mentioned)
- Asgard (Mentioned)
- Destroyer Armor
- Black Uru arm prosthesis
- Black Widow's Gauntlets
- Gungnir (Cameo)
Synopsis for "The Woman Beneath The Mask"Edit
Odinson leads Freyja and a host of female superheroes he considered as suspects behind the new Thor, to aid his successor against the Destroyer. Cul, who is controlling the Destroyer, relays what's going on through his fleshly body to Odin, who doesn't respond to his brother's questions on what course of action should he take.
Back at Roxxon, Thor tells Odinson that he shouldn't have brought his allies to her fight. Odinson demands that she tell him her true identity and he'd let her be but she refuses. Thor then attacks the Destroyer with Jarnbjorn, only to be blasted by the walking armor. Freyja stabs the Destroyer in the face, declaring that the only thing that dies is her husband's supposed omnipotence, reasserting her title as the All-Mother of Asgard. Cul takes affront at her treason and grabs her by the throat. But Freyja addresses Odin, demanding to know if he sees what he had wrought. Reluctantly, Odin calls Cul off.
As the heroines work to repair the damages oil fields and bid Thor farewell, Thor and Odinson are left alone. Thor starts talking about Malekith the Accursed and Dario Agger working together when Odinson interrupts her, stating that he knows she's Agent Roz Solomon. Thor gets defensive as Odinson states he will tell her the words that Nick Fury told him that made him unworthy of Mjolnir. Suddenly, to his surprise, Solomon appears in her flying car. Disembarking, she accuses Thor to blowing her operation with her conspicuous entrance. As Solomon turns to address Odinson, Thor takes her queue to leave. Flabbergast that he was wrong, Thor tears up the list and asks Solomon for a ride to the nearest mead hall, promising to pay for it.
On Asgardia, Freyja is refused entry into the throne room, as Odin wants to be alone for an unknown period of time.
On Jotunheim, Malekith and Agger have brought the Frost Giants the skull of Laufey, which they empowered with the blood of a hundred light elves that they slaughters previously to resurrect Laufey.
Meanwhile, Thor covertly returns to Asgardia and sends Mjolnir away. She mentally reminds herself that no one can know her secret identity, as the world needs a Thor who knows what if means to be mortal, as her costume dissolves, revealing Thor to be in fact Jane Foster.
- No special notes.
• The final battle with the Destroyer!
• Guest stars galore!
• A shocking return!
• And oh yeah...Thor’s secret identity revealed at last!!!
- No trivia.
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