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    Thor #253 Nov 1976
    "Chaos in the Kingdom of the Trolls"
    Ulik, thinking Thor dead, goes to attack the dragon;
    Ulik defeats it and takes its eye, only to find Thor standing in his path;

    Thor manages to get the ruby from Ulik;

    Ulik tells Thor why he needs the ruby; The Trolls have accidentally dug through to another dimension,
    where lives the bestial Trogg; Trogg killed many trolls before they could seal the portal, but they need
    the ruby to seal it permanently; Thor agrees to help Ulik defeat Trogg if he can keep the ruby.

    Script by Len Wein, pencils by John Buscema (breakdowns) and Tony Dezuniga (finished art), inks by Tony Dezuniga

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    Tales of Asgard:
    the conclusion of
    "The Weapon and the Warrior!"

    Thor and the Storm Giant fight



    to a standstill

    Script by David Kraft, Art by Pablo Marcos

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    Thor #313 Nov 1981
    "Serpent From the Heavens"
    Thor returns to Asgard with the captive Tyr in tow, demanding to know what is going on.
    The two argue about who was at fault so Odin settles the matter by calling
    a convocation of the gods to decide whether Thor may reside in Midgard….

    Sigyn brings news of the convocation to Loki and he plots a way to have Thor sent back to Midgard.
    Loki goes to a hidden cavern where the troll Maurglon is imprisoned and offers to send him to Midgard
    where the monster can lure Thor to him and gain revenge for Thor’s defeating him in battle many years
    ago followed by Loki’s imprisoning him in the cavern for just such an occasion. The troll agrees
    so Loki transports him to New York City where he quickly begins wreaking havoc….

    The gods assemble for Thor’s tribunal and one by one they vote as to whether Thor should be permitted to reside in Midgard.

    The votes result in a tie—and then a servant comes bearing news of a troll causing trouble on Midgard.

    Sif puts in a late appearance and casts the deciding vote to allow Thor to return to Earth out of her love for him.
    Thor is set free and advises Odin not to banish Tyr for his presumption. His friends see him out to the Rainbow Bridge

    and Thor says farewell to Heimdall and Loki is miffed that he wasted a troll when the vote achieved his goal….

    Script by Doug Moench, pencils by Keith Pollard (layouts) and Gene Day (finished art), inks
    by Gene Day (pages 1-10), Chic Stone (pages 11, 16-18), Keith Pollard (pages 14-15),
    Frank Giacoia (page 19), Dave Simons (page 22) and Al Milgrom (page 23)

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    In the comics, Loki's wife is Sigyn Might the character show up in the future on Disney+ in Loki season 2?

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    Thor #135 Dec 1966
    "The Maddening Menace of the Super-Beast!"
    Thor and the New Men

    defeat the Man-Beast;

    The High Evolutionary takes the spaceship part of Wundagore to the stars.

    Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta

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    Tales of Asgard
    "The Fiery Breath of Fafnir!"

    Thor and companions fight Fafnir

    to find Volstagg.


    Script by Stan Lee, penicls by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta

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    Thor #194 Dec 1971
    "This Fatal Fury!"
    Attempting to prevent the forced marriage between Loki and Sif,
    Thor is knocked away from his hammer; As the 60 second limit ticks down,
    Thor is at risk of changing back into Donald Blake as three Storm Giants
    approach for the kill; One of the Storm Giants grabs Thor, however is
    forced to drop him when the transformation between Thor and Blake
    shocks the giants hand; This gives Donald Blake a moment
    to rush toward Thor's hammer and become Thor once more.



    Script by Gerry Conway, pencils by John Buscema, inks by Sal Buscema

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    Quote Originally Posted by 616MarvelYear is LeapYear View Post
    Superman and Thor
    "The Mystery of Thor-El!"
    Ha,ha,ha! That is funny! Thanks for posting this. By the way I finished reading all the Thor by Kirby and Lee doing it on my own. Sorry I did not do it in here but I still would like to get back to this thread. Too many things I want to do and not enough time.
    My art main influences are Richard Corben, Frank Frazetta and John Buscema. For old school comic book heroes with an edge check out my patreon

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    Thor #254 Dec 1976
    This issue reprints Thor 159,
    "The Answer at Last!"
    After completing a surgery successfully, Dr. Donald Blake returns
    to his apartment where he begins to ponder about the secrets
    of his double identity; Namely, is he really Thor or Donald Blake?;
    And if he is the latter, what happened to the original Thor?;
    Drifting to sleep, he dreams about going to Asgard in his godly form
    and asking Odin for the answers that have been plaguing him;
    Hearing this request from Asgard, Odin decrees that Blake shall be
    told the truth and when Blake awakens, Odin appears before him
    and tells him the fate of what happened to Thor many years ago;
    Odin tells of a time when Thor was brash, arrogant and reckless;

    Of how Thor lacked humility, and to teach it to him,

    he recast him on Earth as Don Blake.

    Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Vince Colletta

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