Appearing in "Into the Blaze of Battle"Edit
Synopsis for "Into the Blaze of Battle"Edit
Thor follows Loki through the portal, and then Loki transports the stones far away, getting rid of the evidence. Thor then asks Odin for permission to go to Earth to search for the stones. He arrives just in time to help save Jane and run off Enchantress and Executioner. Balder gets Jane home, while Thor begins searching for the Stones, where he is lead to Vietnam. He is then attacked by the Vietnamese, and knocked unconscious. He awakens in a hut, surrounded by a family that thinks Thor was sent by Buddha to destroy the guerrillas. Thor is then lead towards the Stones once more by Mjolnir, but is hampered by his cape, so he changes to Blake. Loki is watching though, and leads a group of guerrillas to him. Blake is captured and brought before Hu Sak, who wants to know why he is there. He doesn't answer, so the family from earlier is brought in. Blake manages to run off while Hu Sak is distracted, and transforms to Thor. Enraged, Hu Sak kills his own family, then realizes what he's done. Thor rescues Kim, the only survivor, and flies her to safety. Back in the camp, Hu Sak, realizing that Communism killed his family, detonates all the mortar shells, killing himself.
Appearing in "The Sword in the Scabbard"Edit
Synopsis for "The Sword in the Scabbard"Edit
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