Appearing in "For the Life of Asgard!"Edit
- Thor (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Gaea (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Egyptian Gods
- Chinese Gods
- Hindu Gods
- Celestials (Only in flashback)
- Uni-Mind (Only in flashback)
- Young Gods (Only in flashback)
- Jahaharel Patel (Only in flashback)
- Carter Dyam (Only in flashback)
- Chandra Ku (Only in flashback)
- Jason Kimball (Only in flashback)
- Mark Cadmon (Only in flashback)
- Catherine Moranis (Only in flashback)
- Chi Lo (Only in flashback)
- Raoul Hernandez (Only in flashback)
- Gregor Buhkarov (Only in flashback)
- Kiana (Only in flashback)
- Bridget O'Hare (Only in flashback)
- Mira (Only in flashback)
- Ego-Prime (Only in flashback)
- Incan Gods
- Viracocha (Cameo)
- Aztec Gods
- Tezcatlipoca (Cameo)
- Eskimo Gods
- Persian Gods
- Japanese Gods
- African Gods
- Buluku (Cameo)
- Celtic Gods
- Aboriginal Gods
- Native American Gods
- Hanan Pacha
Synopsis for "For the Life of Asgard!"Edit
Gaea, cradling Thor, recalls the past events which led to the death of Zuras, and all the Asgardians. Gaea then heals Thor, and when he awakens, he looks on his birth mother for the first time, and she reveals herself as Mother Earth. She reveals the truths of Thor's birth, and how the Sky-Mother's conspired to create the Young Gods to appease the Celestials. She then reveals that all the other Asgardians are dead, but if he can gain a portion of life-force from the other pantheons, he may be able to revive them. The pantheons gladly give up a portion of their power, except for Shiva. Thor battles him for it. Thor defeats him and then uses the granted power to revive Odin and the Asgardians.
- No special notes.
- Thor strives to restore Asgard to eternal life.
- No trivia.
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- Collected in Thor: The Eternals Saga TPB #2
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