Thor #146

    Thor » Thor #146 - If the Thunder Be Gone! released by Marvel on November 1967.

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    If the Thunder Be Gone! last edited by mshirley27 on 09/10/20 10:05AM View full history

    Sif and Balder watch helplessly as a de-powered Thor faces a debacle with the Circus of Crime. Will Odin find the mercy to make his son worthy again?

    -- If the Thunder Be Gone!

    Starring Thor

    "The Origin Of... The Incomparable Inhumans"

    Starring The Inhumans


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    Thor, stripped of most of his power, is a pawn of the Circus of Crime. How did he get in this mess? Just like the Avengers back in Avengers #22, he was forced to get a ‘normal’ job. Whatever the case, it’s all pretty average, except the art which is definitely a cut above average.But the real excitement here is the backup story. “The Origin of… the Incomparable Inhumans!” has no separate writing and art credits. It is co-credited to Stan Lee and Jack Kirby – in other words, this is Jack Kirby’s ...

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