Appearing in "Graviton"Edit
- Arnold (Bystander)
- Hermione (Bystander)
- Judy Parks
- Joe Parks
- Iron Man (Only in flashback)
- The Vision (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Graviton"Edit
Thor works out with Wasp at Avengers Mansion. New to the knowledge that Thor is Don Blake, Wasp chats with Don all night. Meanwhile, Graviton returns from the gravity dimension. He goes to reunite with Judy Parks, only to find she's married and pregnant with Joe's child. When Judy says Graviton could have any woman with his power, he ponders and ultimately takes Bloomingdale's hostage, lifting the building above the ground and threatening the women inside to choose him or die. Thor intervenes but Graviton separates him from Mjolnir long enough for him to become Don Blake. He falls from the building, saving himself by striking his cane at the moment of impact. He obtains some drugs and jabs Graviton with a sedative, forcing him to lower the building or die in the rubble when it crashes. Once the building is landed safely, Thor reveals he had a stimulant to wake Graviton up if he didn't comply. He deposits Graviton within a void, pleased that his solution combines the talents of Thor and Don Blake, then heads for Chicago.
Appearing in "A Gathering of Evil"Edit
Synopsis for "A Gathering of Evil"Edit
Odin meets with Jolena and they again profess their love, but Odin knows they must be apart. Loki spies on them and spreads word to the Asgardians that Odin has been unfaithful. While Odin tells Frigga he's left Jolena for good, Loki allies with Tyr to overthrow Odin by capturing the Golden Apples of Idunn. They enlist Storm Giants, Fire Demons, Karnilla and Wolflings, but Hela refuses because of Odin's recent kindness.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Thor Vol 1 324 on Marvel Unlimited.
- Thor Vol 1 324 on Marvel Digital.
- Thor Vol 1 324 on Comixology.
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