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Thor first appeared in issue 83 of "Journey into Mystery", witch reverted it's name to Thor with issue 126. Thus making this issue the 300th issue since Thor became the star of the book. Oh, and it is Walter Simonson's last Thor issue.

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Incorrect artist credit - but one of the greatest stories in Mighty Thor 0

Comicvine has credited Simonson for the art in this issue - it was illustrated by Sal Buscema. The readers are treated to his beautiful contribution - the characters lovingly rendered with clean lines and wonderful expression, and the story itself is filled with wonderful dialogue between Hela and Loki. It's one of the few times in Marvel continuity that I've noticed Hela referred to as Loki's daughter. A great panel exists in which Thor is choking the life out of her in a fight - and she turns ...

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