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Hollywood hustler Pluto has convinced Hercules to sign a contract with his agency…but only Thor sees Pluto’s true intentions. Thor and Hercules take to the battlefield once more, and this time, on the same side!

  1. "The Power of Pluto!" - (Lee / Kirby / Colletta) Thor recovers from his injuries in Asgard, while on Earth, Hercules falls into a trap set by Pluto!
  2. Tales of Asgard, Home of the Mighty Norse Gods: "Aftermath!" (Lee / Kirby / Colletta) The Asgardian gods deliberate over the coming of Ragnarok.


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Norse Gods, Greek Gods and... New Gods?! 0

Little did anyone know it at the time, but a Marvel Comic published in the mid 1960s would have great impact on the DC universe of today...  In 1966, Thor #128 had the Thunder God teaming up with the Son of Zeus, Hercules to take on Pluto and Hippolyta. But it wasn't this mixing of the Norse gods that are the mainstay of the Marvel Universe with the Amazonian Queen and Underworld King that are the mainstay of the DC Universe that would make the impact mentioned above.  No, it was the backup stor...

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