Appearing in "Wings in the Night!"Edit
- Dr. Hernandez
- William Banks (First appearance)
- Dr. Jeffries
- Dr. Milton Meilicki (First appearance)
- Dr. Eugene Beaumont (First appearance)
- Dream Demon (First appearance)
- Mr. Banks (Father to William Banks)
- Odin (Appears in a dream)
- Loki (Appears in a dream)
- Sif (Appears in a dream)
- Balder (Appears in a dream)
- New York City, New York State
Synopsis for "Wings in the Night!"Edit
Thor answers a late night phone call from Ramon, asking Don to stop by the clinic for a "weird problem." On his way, Thor is distracted by an ethereal image, but when he investigates, finds nothing. At the clinic, Don and Ramon examine several entranced patients brought in by relatives. Meanwhile, the Dream Demon enters a woman's home and drains her energy, sending her into a trance. As Don leaves the clinic, he sees Dream Demon, changes into Thor, and pursues. His attacks pass harmlessly through the monster who eventually evaporates. The next morning, Blake visits a research institute where Dr. Beaumont shows him a biofeedback terminal he uses to treat sleep disorders. That night, Dream Demon attacks Blake while he's dreaming. Don wakes up and changes into Thor before any damage is done. Thor reasons that the attacks started when the biofeedback terminal went online, and he leads Dream Demon to the research institute, interrupting a treatment session. When Thor destroys the machine and wakes the patients, Dream Demon dissipates.
Appearing in "The Chains That Bind!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Chains That Bind!"Edit
Enraged at being shackled to Sigyn, Loki drags her to the palace and storms into Odin's throneroom where the All-Father is entertaining the visiting Aegir. Furious, Odin cows Loki by threatening to tie him to a blazing pit, chain him to a meteor, or have him drawn and quartered. Loki collapses and begs to be freed of the shackles, asking Odin to do it for Sigyn's sake. Touched, Odin dispels the shackles but banishes the trickster to the furthest reaches of Asgard.
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- The terrifying, nightmare-powered Dream Demon! Plus: Loki!
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