Volume 2 last edited by pikahyper on 02/12/22 07:14PM View full history

    Thor's main concern in this batch of stories is his love for the mortal Jane Foster. Carried over from the stories reprinted in Vol. 1, Odin continues to be betwixt and between about Thor's obsession with a mortal woman he cannot have. Loki knows a good opportunity when he sees one, and in many of these stories we see the evil half-brother of Thor use Odin's simmering dissatisfaction with his "most favored" son to insinuate dark ideas and grievous punishments into the mind of Odin the all-father.

    Reprints: Thor and Tales of Asgard from Journey into Mystery #101-110.


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    Slowly but surely the God of Thunder makes some progress. 0

    The Mighty Thor stomps his way through the streets of New York in a rage. His anger becomes apparent as he has grown frustrated with his father, Odin, due to him forbidding Thor to marry or even so much as love a mortal woman by the name of Jane Foster. This soon causes Odin to act. -summaryWhen I sit back and re-read plenty of these 60’s Thor stories. I find it to be no wonder The Incredible Hulk would eventually gain steam and become Marvel’s premier powerhouse. The Mighty Thor qui...

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