Journey into Mystery #118

    Journey into Mystery » Journey into Mystery #118 - To Kill A Thunder God! released by Marvel on July 1965.

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    To Kill A Thunder God! last edited by deactivated-62e5b6c75b65e on 07/27/22 11:27AM View full history

    "To Kill a Thunder God!" - (Lee / Kirby / Coletta) In yet another attempt to stop Thor from revealing his treachery to Odin, Loki has a mortal free The Destroyer that Odin created, and has it attack Thor!

    Tales of Asgard: "The Crimson Hand!" - (Lee / Kirby / Coletta) As he's preparing to set off in search of the cause of the breaking of the Oversword of Asgard, Loki has been creating additional problems for the thunder god.



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    Remember the giant robot from the Thor movie...? 0

    Thor is once again delayed from returning to Asgard before his 24 hour deadline. After he turns over a Vietnamese woman to U.S. servicemen, he's felled by a hunter who happens to be carrying gas pellets. Then the hunter (impelled by Loki) releases The Destroyer (the giant robot from the Thor movie, except that it isn't giant). Loki soon realizes that The Destroyer is capable of destroying Thor, for which he would be blamed, so he goes to warn Odin. But when Odin gave Thor a deadline, he must've ...

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