- Once, you swore an oath upon this hammer, which can pierce the Nine Worlds and penetrate the veil between life and death itself, that if any of our voices were raised in summons, you would come, though every force in heaven and earth stood against you. And I wonder... if it can still find you, there in sthe darkness... and you can still hear the words. AVENGERS ASSEMBLE!
- -- Thor
Appearing in "Grace and Peace"Edit
- Jane Foster
- Rose Chambers/Sif
- Alarr (First appearance) (Death)
- Steve Rogers (Spirit)
Synopsis for "Grace and Peace"Edit
In Asgard, there are games taking place to try and quiet their warrior spirits, but a drunken fight ends in the death of Alarr, while Loki continuously speaks to Balder about how Asgard is a cage. Meanwhile, in New York, Don is having dinner with Jane to try and make up for the way he treated her before. They talk for hours, but eventually part ways warmly, and Don goes to the memorial for Captain America. Using Mjolnir, he summons the spirit of his friend to speak with him one last time. Steve tells him that he does not want vengeance for his murder, but he is hurt that the public is trying to turn the symbol of him into political nonsense. Thor lets him return to his rest, and flying up into orbit, short circuits all the satellites around the world. Giving his old friend a minute of peace and grace.
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- As Thor ventures further beyond the walls of the Shining City into Midgard, the sinister Loki begins to tip her deceitful hand. In spite of her promise to reform since being restored to life by the God of Thunder, Loki’s insidious moves against Balder, Thor, and the rest of Asgard start bearing poisonous fruit. The reinvented THOR builds to unbelievable heights, by writer J. Michael Straczynski (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) and Olivier Coipel (HOUSE OF M)!
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