Thor #148

    Thor » Thor #148 - Let There Be Chaos! released by Marvel on January 1968.

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    All Asgardians on Earth have been removed of their powers! Who is behind this sorcery? Plus, the Wrecker’s first appearance!

    'Let There Be... Chaos!' - (Lee, Kirby) The wrecker, a hooded figure armed with a crowbar, is already on a crime spree in New York, but when the Norn Queen accidentally gives him the power of an Asgardian, can even the Mighty Thor stop him since Odin has stripped the Thunder God of his own powers?

    '...And Finally: Black Bolt!' - (Lee, Kirby) The origin of the Inhuman Black Bolt is revealed.



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    Standard Lee/Kirby Actioner 0

    Stan Lee and Jack Kirby liked to give standard thugs super powers during the 1960s. In a lot of ways, The Wrecker is just a twist on the Absorbing Man, a low life criminal, armed with an imposing looking weapon (this time a crowbar) who is given some sort of hazily defined superpowers that include super strength among others. Rather than creatively use their energy powers though, they inevitably duke it out in hand-to-hand combat with Thor. Which gives Kirby a chance to shine for at least a page...

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