Tell whomever you're talking to that it's the Silver Samurai who's kicking your ass.: Silver Samurai
My ass... doth disagree.: Thor
Heh. Not for long, Sailor Moon.: Silver Samurai
Appearing in "The Agger Imperative"Edit
- Silver Samurai (Shingen Harada)
- Exterminatrix (Oubliette Midas)
Synopsis for "The Agger Imperative"Edit
In Asgardia, Loki is over the comatose body of Freyja, confessing to her why he stabbed her from behind. While next to him, Odin is giving her a transfusion to try and help her. On Earth, in the Southern Ocean, Agent Solomon and Thor are searching for Ice Station Prime in order to try and actually rescue Dario Agger. They manage to find it, but a little to late. The Silver Samurai has already arrived and begun killing off the technicians. Thor and the Silver Samurai begin to fight, with her realizing that she can't just "lightning" him. Aboard Exterminatrix's jet, she is torturing Dario Agger to get more information out of him, when outside, two Roxxon helicopters flank the jet in order to try and rescue him. She jumps out of the plane and begins to attack them. Meanwhile, back in Asgardia, Agent Kurdle and Agent Krill are serving a search warrant on Cul in order to search Jane Foster's quarters. Cul is more than happy to let them if it means getting her out of his way. Below, Thor knows the Silver Samurai down, but he manages to escape and joins Exterminatrix after she has killed the Roxxon pilots. Back in Ice Station Prime, the Roxxon scientists tell Roz that the Agger Imperative has been initiated, and once it's started, only Dario Agger can shut it down. Roz tells Thor that the Agger Imperative is Dario Agger's final solution. It weaponizes Roxxon Island and aims it at Manhattan.
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- • Marvel’s most corrupt corporations are up to something sinister, but Thor and S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Roz Solomon are determined to stop them.
• At the heart of the ultimate white-collar crime? None other than the Silver Samurai and the Exterminatrix! • OH! And it turns out millions of lives depend on the God of Thunder saving Roxxon’s own evil executive Dario Agger.
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