Appearing in "King Thor"Edit
Synopsis for "King Thor"Edit
In the far future, King Thor gives the last of the Light Elves a viking funeral, and reminisces on how alone he is. Alfheim is gone, Jotunheim is a wasteland and no one has seen a Giant for a thousand centuries. If any Dwarves survive, they have retreated so deep underground that they will never see the light of day again, and even the Trolls have disappeared. His attendants crowd him with a barrage of questions, but he has only one answer, to ready the Bifrost. His granddaughters follow him down to Midgard, where they spend the day trying to reseed the Earth with life. They realize that next week is King Thor's birthday and decide to get him a present. They sneak all the ingredients and spells, and use them to bring animal life back to the planet. They had to guess at a lot of things, but their thoughtfulness brings tears to their grandfather's eye. They tell him that there is still a little left, and using it, King Thor creates a new man and woman, naming them Jane and Steve.
Appearing in "Thor"Edit
Synopsis for "Thor"Edit
In Asgardia, the new Thor sits in a tavern just trying to have a drink, while she is insulted and attacked. Watching, the Warriors Three decide to join in and help her out. They wind up getting kicked out of the tavern, and they decide to have some more fun. They tell her that they do not understand how she is worthy, and that she needs to prove it. First to travel to Vanaheim, where they dare her to steal gold from a dragon, which she does. In Alfheim, they charge her to stealing a lock of hair from the Light Elf Queen. Instead of sneaking in like they claim the Odinson did, she just walks up, wakes up the queen and asks, which she gladly does, giving her a kiss on the cheek to send her on her way. They continue traveling throughout the worlds, having fun misadventures. Later, they agree that she is not their Thor, but she is Thor, and hope that she forgives them. She tells them that she had fun and wouldn't trade it for anything.
Appearing in "Young Thor"Edit
- Lars the Blitzer
- Ignar (Frost Giant)
- Light Elves
- Dark Elves
- Iron Man
Synopsis for "Young Thor"Edit
Many centuries ago, in Asgard, Thor, Loki and the Warriors Three are having a drinking contest, with Thor outdrinking everyone. But outside, evil has come calling. Mephisto has traveled into the past when Thor is at his weakest and plans to corrupt him, bringing Asgard under his own control. He bursts in and challenges Thor to a contest of drinks, and it goes about as well as expected. They have drinks with eyes floating in them, Gamma Slammas, Cosmic Rays, Ultimate Drunkifiers and Odin's Beards (with real hair). After losing, Loki sends Mephisto to where he will get to actually "touch" Mjolnir, the future where he gets pummeled by the Avengers instead of Loki. Thor wanders off hoping to finally be worthy enough to lift Mjolnir, but winds up passing out in his own vomit instead.
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- • Three stories featuring three Thors!
• Wrestling superstar CM Punk and Rob Guillory (Chew) on Young Thor’s idea for how to prove himself worthy of Mjolnir: a drinking competition! • Noelle Stevenson (Lumberjanes) and Marguerite Sauvage tell a tale of the new Thor! • And Jason Aaron on the Girls of Thunder’s quest to find the perfect birthday present for their grandfather, King Thor! How about a new Garden of Eden?
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