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Thor If Asgard Should Fall Vol 1 1
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Appearing in "When the Servitor Commands!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #242.

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Synopsis for "When the Servitor Commands!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #242.

Thor, Odin, and Jane leave the pyramid, and Thor uses Mjolnir to send it elsewhere. With the pyramid gone, Odin's full memory returns. Odin is furious that Thor is still with Jane Foster, and he is not welcome in Asgard until he has forsworn her forever. Thor flies Jane back to her apartment, where they find the Warriors Three. Before long, a gigantic hand crashes through the wall and grabs Jane. The four warriors defeat the Servitor, but before Thor can finish him off, he is stopped by Zarrko - who needs Thor's help.

Appearing in "Turmoil in the Time-Stream"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #243.

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Synopsis for "Turmoil in the Time-Stream"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #243.

Zarrko tells Thor and the Asgardians about the Time Twisters, beings traveling back through time from the 80th Century. And every time they appear on Earth, it is destroyed. They agree to go with Zarrko, but once in the time stream, they are assaulted by dinosaurs, Mongol warriors, and soldiers from the future.

Appearing in "This Is the Way the World Ends!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #244.

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  • Derek (First appearance)
  • Gayla (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "This Is the Way the World Ends!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #244.

The Time Twisters have arrived. Zarrko sends his people to attack them to determine their strengths and weaknesses. In Asgard, Odin banishes the Vizier to the Tower of Solitude until he summons him again, he then sends Balder to retrieve Igron from the dungeon. The Time Twisters tell Thor that they cannot abandon their quest. Derek comes to and swears that Zarrko will pay. The Time Twisters summon forth more warriors from throughout time to battle the Asgardians. The Time Twisters depart, causing the destruction of the Earth.

Appearing in "The Temple at the End of Time"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #245.

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  • Earth-794282 (First appearance) (divergent end of time)
  • Earth-7635 (First appearance) (divergent 50th century)

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Synopsis for "The Temple at the End of Time"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #245.

The five Asgardians have survived the holocaust, along with Zarrko, Servitor, and Derek. All of them, except for Derek, travel forward in time to try and stop the Time Twisters before they begin. Jane tells he who remains what the Time Twisters really do, so he terminates their life support. They all go back to 50th Century Earth. There, First Citizen Derek tells Zarrko that the world is no longer his. And since the Time Twisters are gone, the Asgardians return home.

Appearing in "The Fury of Firelord"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #246.

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Synopsis for "The Fury of Firelord"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #246.

The Asgardians are in Jane's apartment, when news comes on of Firelord leading a rebellion in Costa Verde. In Asgard, Igron is now Odin's advisor, and Balder believes Odin to now be insane. Back on Earth, Thor and Jane fight the rebels and Firelord, until Thor falls under the Gypsy's spell like Firelord.

Appearing in "The Flame and the Hammer!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #247.

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Synopsis for "The Flame and the Hammer!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #247.

Thor and Firelord attack the armies of President Elmirez. In Asgard, Odin charges Balder with treason and orders him tossed in the dungeon. Balder calls him mad and fights his way free. Jane manages to free herself and challenges Gypsy for Thor's freedom. During their fight, the soldiers move to kill Jane, which frees Thor from his spell. Jane snags the Gypsy's gem from her brow, which also serves to free Firelord. They then easily capture El Lobo's forces and deposit them to President Elmirez's forces.

Appearing in "There Shall Come... Revolution!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #248.

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Synopsis for "There Shall Come... Revolution!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #248.

Thor and Jane arrive home, only to find a sudden storm has sprung up. Thor tries to dispel it, but is struck by lightning instead. After forcing with all his might, it finally disperses. Back inside, Jane tells Thor that the Warriors Three have caused a traffic jam. Thor goes and "rescues" them, and when they return, they find Jane with Balder in tatters. He tells Thor of the madness that has gripped Odin. They travel to Asgard, only to be stopped by Heimdall and beset by the warriors of Asgard. They defeat the warriors and meet up with the rebellion in Asgard. They then go to free Vizier from the Tower of Solitude. But Odin has placed a storm giant to guard the tower, and Odin swears that Thor must die.

Appearing in "The Throne and the Fury!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #249.

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Synopsis for "The Throne and the Fury!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #249.

Thor goes to try and talk to Odin, but is prevented by the palace guards and a mystic field that even Mjolnir cannot penetrate. Odin has his men move the Odinsword to the throne room, where he can pull it from the scabbard at a moment's notice. The group goes to seek Karnilla's help in breaching the mystic barrier. Thor barely manages to get through before it reseals itself. Thor then confronts Odin, only to have him reveal that it's not really Odin at all - it's Mangog sitting upon the Odinsword

Appearing in "If Asgard Should Perish...!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #250.

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Synopsis for "If Asgard Should Perish...!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #250.

Igron tells Thor how he came across a diminutive Mangog in the dungeon. Igron then stole a portion of each Asgardians life force to bring Mangog back to power, which explained their lethargic state. After Odin regained his memory and left Earth for Asgard, he disappeared and never arrived. Igron then cast a spell to make Mangog look like Odin, and thus their plan was born. The guards then attack Thor and while he is distracted, Mangog strikes him down. Elsewhere, the warriors rally the people to their cause, but when they arrive at the gates, they see Thor shackled up like a scarecrow. As they strike, Mangog (back in disguise), transforms them all to animals. He finally snaps and kills Igron as well, which ends his disguise and everyone knows it's really Mangog and not Odin. Thor manages to break himself free, and races Mangog to the Odinsword. As Mangog beats Thor there, he vanishes away. Without the worship of the Asgardians, he no longer had any power to keep himself together.

Appearing in "To Hela and Back"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #251.

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Synopsis for "To Hela and Back"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #251.

Thor confronts the Vizier about the missing Odin's whereabouts. Vizier tells him that he has scanned everywhere, except the Dimension of Death, because he cannot see into it. Thor decides to ride there to look for Odin. Once there, Thor is confronted by the legions of the Einherjar. Thor sees a shadowy figure that looks like Odin. He fights his way to him, only to find it is Grombar, not Odin. Hela lets Thor leave unmolested from her realm.

Appearing in "A Dragon at the Gates!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #252.

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  • Dragon With the Ruby Eye

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Synopsis for "A Dragon at the Gates!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #252.

Thor goes to Mimir to find the missing Odin. Mimir tells him that before he answers, Thor must bring him the Ruby Eye of the Dragon that guards the golden gates to the Realm Below. Thor finds the dragon, but before he can attack it, Ulik arrives and fights Thor for the eye. They battle across a rock bridge surrounded by a sea of flames, until Ulik manages to knock Thor off.

Appearing in "Chaos in the Kingdom of the Trolls"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #253.

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Synopsis for "Chaos in the Kingdom of the Trolls"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #253.

Ulik, thinking Thor dead, goes to attack the dragon. Ulik defeats it and takes its eye, only to find Thor standing in his path. Thor manages to get the ruby from Ulik. Ulik tells Thor why he needs the ruby. The Trolls have accidentally dug through to another dimension, where lives the bestial Trogg. Trogg who has killed many trolls before they could seal the portal, but they need the ruby to seal it permanently. Thor agrees to help Ulik defeat Trogg if he can keep the ruby. Trogg though, is too strong, and Thor is forced to use the ruby anyway. Having lost it, Thor is mocked by the trolls for sacrificing the ruby for them.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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