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Quote1 Now do you appreciate the sheer and simple beauty of my scheme, Loki? Hrinmeer will execute Thor ere he is cut down by the stalwarts of Asgard, aye -- but before he does, he shall first slay -- thy beloved wife -- the fair Sigyn! Quote2
-- Pluto

Appearing in "The Flame and the Lightning"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Flame and the Lightning"Edit

Pluto tours Tartarus to see his prisoners in torment. Loki contacts Pluto to remind him of their bargain[1] and that he hasn't gone after Thor yet. Pluto sends his astral form to the Flame and tells him he can have his revenge on Thor by serving him. Pluto gives his hellhound Cerberus to Flame as his mount. Loki telepathically contacts Sigyn and asks her to monitor Odin and ensure he doesn't suspect his involvement in the attack. At Mount Wundagore, a sudden tremor strikes the High Evolutionary's base. Thor senses it came from Hades and investigates, finding Cerberus and Flame. Flame defeats Thor and ties him to Cerberus so he can kill him before Odin's eyes. En route to Asgard, Flame journeys through Nastrond and kills three Asgardians. Sigyn comes across Flame on her way to Odin's palace and Flame tries to kill her. Enraged, Loki uses his astral form to possess Thor. Together, they defeat Cerberus, but Thor drives Loki from his mind to improve his dexterity, finally triumphing over Flame. Thor promises to keep Loki's actions secret from Odin. As Thor returns to Earth, Heimdall and Odin each briefly sense his presence.

Appearing in "Estranged Relations"Edit

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  • Mrs. Miller (Housekeeper)

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Synopsis for "Estranged Relations"Edit

Thor saves Danny from an avalance in the Rockies and learns that Danny ran away from home after having a fight with his father. Wishing he could put things right with his own father, Thor offers to bring Danny home. When Danny arrives, he learns that his father died while he was away. While Danny grieves, Thor wonders if Odin will die during Ragnarok without him by his side.

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This issue takes place in the earlier part of Thor #475.

Also features pinups by Joe Madureira, Brian Kong, and Mike DeCarlo.

Solicit Synopsis:
  • In a tie-in with this year's Avengers Annual, the astral forms of Pluto and Loki concoct a plan to kill each other's arch-enemy. Hold onto your hammers for the fabulous face-off between Pluto and Thor! 64 pages which include the ferocity of the Flame.


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