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Appearing in "A Night on the Town!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #30.

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Synopsis for "A Night on the Town!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #30.

Left to their own devices on the streets of New York, the Warriors Three hail a cab in search of adventure. They end up rescuing a young woman and eventually reunite her with her errant fiancé.

Appearing in "Ballad of the Warriors Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #13.

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Synopsis for "Ballad of the Warriors Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #13.



Appearing in "Prologue / Life with Volstagg"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #34.

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Synopsis for "Prologue / Life with Volstagg"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #34.

The Norn Sisters foretell of a wedding that needs to happen during Midsummer's Eve, otherwise all of Asgard and the Nine Realms will be cursed.

Volstagg sets off for the wedding, while the bride and groom are being observed by Loki. Angry that he was not invited, Loki turns the groom into a goat, which then runs off into the woods. Disguised as an old man, Loki hands over a different goat to the bride, claiming it to be the groom, and states that only a well in Wolf Castle will change him back.

Meanwhile, Volstagg waits at an inn for Fandral and Hogun when he is met by the bride. She asks him to take the goat to Wolf Castle, to which he agrees. Soon after, Volstagg and the goat bump into an old woman who gives him a donkey to replace his exhausted horse. As they approach Wolf Castle, the donkey turns a being of fire and takes them straight into the castle. Volstagg and the goat are then attacked by werewolf worshipers but they soon find the well they are looking for. Volstagg dips the goat in the well but nothing happens so he decides to head back.

Appearing in "Hogun's Goat"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #35.

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  • Asgard
    • Stag's Head Inn
    • Elf Wood

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Synopsis for "Hogun's Goat"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #35.

Continued from the previous issue, Loki uses another goat to trick another member of the Warriors Three onto a fool's errand. Hogun is charged with feeding the goat believed to be Mord fruit from the top of the tree in the Elf Wood. Accompanied by Mord's squire, Vilar, Hogun's distrust of the sprites that live there and his own stubborn pride make the journey more difficult than it could have been. He's almost overwhelmed by a serpent that lives in the branches of the tree until he relents and asks the sprites and Vilar for help. The sprites fly Vilar up to the serpent to tickle its chin with a feather, putting it to sleep. When all is said and done and the fruit fails to turn the goat into Mord, Hogun gives up and allows himself to share a rare laugh along with his companions.

Appearing in "Fandral's Follies"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #36.

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Synopsis for "Fandral's Follies"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #36.

Continued from the previous issue, Loki tricks Una's father with one more false goat, leading him to commission Fandral to take the goat to the Isle of Love and get help from the priestess of Freya. The Isle of Love is populated only by maidens tending to the Temple of Freya, all of whom are sworn to vows forbidding them to love until their apprenticeship is over. Fandral nonetheless relentlessly flirts with every maiden he meets. He convinces the boat girl that even though she breaks her vows with him, he'll take her with him and marry her. When she notices him wooing other women immediately afterwards, she runs off heartbroken and prepares to leap from a cliff. When Fandral finds out, he fights the temptation to avoid taking responsibility and goes to talk her down, apologizing for his behavior and relaying the assurance from the priestess that she won't be punished for breaking her vows.

The priestess confirms that Fandral's goat is also a real goat, and through her own sorcery recognizes Loki as the source of Mord's curse. She sends Fandral back to Asgard's meadows to take the appropriate next steps. As he leaves, as part of his penance he reluctantly hands the priestess a comically large scroll of all the ladies he promised to marry, swearing not to seek them out again.

Appearing in "How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm After They've Seen Asgard?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #37.

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Synopsis for "How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm After They've Seen Asgard?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #37.

The Warriors Three regroup and head to Loki's castle to rescue Mord, but they also send Vilar to inform Odin and Thor, who are with the party en route to the wedding. Loki sends his demon crows to slow the Warriors down, and when they reach his keep anyway, he takes the form of a dragon and bewitches them with illusions to disable them. Fandral sees a tempting lass, Volstag a frightening monster, and Hogun a simple door. With the lessons they learned earlier that day, each bests the illusion and takes the fight to Loki. The dragon attempts to flee with the goat Mord, but the timely arrival of Thor batters the beast with lightning until his magic gives out and both the dragon and the goat return to their true forms.

Later, the fateful wedding takes place as planned, and even Loki gets to attend, transformed into a goat by Odin.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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