Appearing in "The Truth of History"Edit
Synopsis for "The Truth of History"Edit
Stanley and Olivier are in Giza discussing and arguing over the ancient past. Stanley believes that it once rained in Egypt to show such erosion patterns on the Sphinx, and Olivier is dismissing his claims. 4,000 years prior, Thor, Balder, Sif, and the Warriors Three storm Nedra's castle in the Menhir Mountains because she has opened a portal to Midgard, and such portals are forbidden by Odin. They stop her, but Volstagg accidentally falls through. Thor and the Warriors Three follow him through to try and rescue him, and find themselves in ancient Egypt. They stop what they believe to be a vicious taskmaster from whipping his workers, and then meet Neb-Maat the Pharaoh of the time. Neb-Maat plans to sacrifice them all to the Griffin. During their battle, the Griffin kills Neb-Maat, and Thor eventually kills the Griffin by causing a lightning storm to strike it. Thor decides to let it rain for a while, to refresh their crops and quench the thirst of the slaves.
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- Legendary writer-artist Alan Davis (FANTASTIC FOUR: THE END) sends Thor on one of his most epic adventures in history! The God of Thunder and his fellow Asgardians visit Midgard’s ancient Egypt…and leave behind a startling legacy that will change our world forever in this one-shot!
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- Collected in Thor: Trial of Thor TPB #1
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