- You said it yourself, Jormungand! The trouble with godhood is that it robs you of your finer judgment! And that is why we will never be the same. You are a mighty fighter, but in the end, you are only a selfish creature, while heroes... heroes have an infinite capacity for stupidity! Thus are legends born!
- -- Thor
Appearing in "Mjolnir's Song"Edit
- Midgard Serpent (Death)
Synopsis for "Mjolnir's Song"Edit
Thor and the Midgard Serpent begin their fabled battle, with Thor striking the Serpent with his hammer, and the Serpent smashing Thor with his tail. When the Serpent attempts to swallow Thor, the hero smashes out the Serpent's teeth. The two resolve to end the battle and unleash their full might against each other. Thor apparently slays the Serpent, but himself is apparently reduced to nothingness with only his armor remaining.
- There are no words adequate enough to describe this issue. It is one of, if not the, single greatest comics ever written. Would you know more?
- Thor faces his ultimate foe - the Midgard Serpent! Written by Walter Simonson and illustrated by Sal Buscema.
- The entire issue is composed of splash pages.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Thor Vol 1 380 on Marvel Unlimited.
- Thor Vol 1 380 on Marvel Digital.
- Thor Vol 1 380 on Comixology.
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