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- Youthful innocence must ever be nurtured! Children deserve only love and devotion -- and should be protected at any cost! In truth, they are our future. Our living legacy to the parade of endless tomorrows! So speaks Odin!
- -- Odin
Appearing in "The Old Bait and Switch!"Edit
- Various Asgardians
- Leah Princess (Only in flashback)
- Marcy Steele (Only in flashback)
- Kevin Masterson (Only in flashback)
- Bobby Steele (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Old Bait and Switch!"Edit
Thunderstrike attacks an Asgardian caravan carrying the golden apples of Idunn. Mephisto has ordered him to steal one in exchange for freeing his son Kevin, but Eric can't do it. He figures out what Mephisto's plan is, and sets the stage. Mephisto really wants Thor's soul, so Eric alerted Hela that Mephisto is basically claim-jumping. While Mephisto is distracted, Odin frees Kevin from Mephisto's claim.
Appearing in "The Thermal Man Is Back!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Thermal Man Is Back!"Edit
Jim Redfield orders the Thermal Man to be activated and it begins running amok, killing civilians. Code:Blue rolls without the office of the mayor's approval, to try and stop it. Thunderstrike arrives to lend a hand, and they manage to defeat the Thermal Man, but Captain Conklin's husband Paul is killed in the attack.
- No special notes.
The apples of Idunn are, in Norse mythology, the source of the gods' constant and necessary rejuvenation.
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
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