m (Bot: Fixing Image Name)
m (Bot: Fixing redirects)
Line 16: Line 16:
 
| StoryTitle1 = "Whom the Gods Would Destroy!"
 
| StoryTitle1 = "Whom the Gods Would Destroy!"
 
| StoryTitle2 = Tales of Asgard - "The Summons!"
 
| StoryTitle2 = Tales of Asgard - "The Summons!"
| Synopsis1 = [[Thor Odinson (Earth-616)|Thor]] and [[Hercules (Earth-616)|Hercules]] meet again, and [[Jane Foster (Earth-616)|Jane Foster]] has inadvertently driven a wedge between them by making Thor jealous. The two come to blows, with a semi getting trashed in the process. Hercules punches a hole in the street so that the two tumble onto the roof of a subway car. After they reach a station, they find a demolition zone where they can finish their "discussion" without hurting anyone.
+
| Synopsis1 = [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] and [[Hercules (Earth-616)|Hercules]] meet again, and [[Jane Foster (Earth-616)|Jane Foster]] has inadvertently driven a wedge between them by making Thor jealous. The two come to blows, with a semi getting trashed in the process. Hercules punches a hole in the street so that the two tumble onto the roof of a subway car. After they reach a station, they find a demolition zone where they can finish their "discussion" without hurting anyone.
   
 
Meanwhile, [[Odin Borson (Earth-616)|Odin]] has reached a decision: Thor must be punished for revealing his secret identity to a mortal (Jane) and lose half his strength. Unwilling to mete out justice himself, he transfers the Odin Power to Seidring the Merciless, his favorite councilor, who simply points out of a window to carry out the sentence.
 
Meanwhile, [[Odin Borson (Earth-616)|Odin]] has reached a decision: Thor must be punished for revealing his secret identity to a mortal (Jane) and lose half his strength. Unwilling to mete out justice himself, he transfers the Odin Power to Seidring the Merciless, his favorite councilor, who simply points out of a window to carry out the sentence.
Line 38: Line 38:
 
| Appearing1 =
 
| Appearing1 =
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
*[[Thor Odinson (Earth-616)|Thor]] (Dr. Don Blake)
+
*[[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] (Dr. Don Blake)
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
*[[Hercules (Earth-616)|Hercules (Heracles)]]
 
*[[Hercules (Earth-616)|Hercules (Heracles)]]
 
*[[Odin Borson (Earth-616)|Odin]]
 
*[[Odin Borson (Earth-616)|Odin]]
*[[Balder (Earth-616)|Balder]]
+
*[[Balder Odinson (Earth-616)|Balder]]
 
*[[Jane Foster (Earth-616)|Jane Foster]]
 
*[[Jane Foster (Earth-616)|Jane Foster]]
 
*Unnamed talent scout
 
*Unnamed talent scout

Revision as of 06:14, 11 October 2009


Appearing in "Whom the Gods Would Destroy!"

Featured Characters:

  • Thor (Dr. Don Blake)

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Items:

Synopsis for "Whom the Gods Would Destroy!"

Thor and Hercules meet again, and Jane Foster has inadvertently driven a wedge between them by making Thor jealous. The two come to blows, with a semi getting trashed in the process. Hercules punches a hole in the street so that the two tumble onto the roof of a subway car. After they reach a station, they find a demolition zone where they can finish their "discussion" without hurting anyone.

Meanwhile, Odin has reached a decision: Thor must be punished for revealing his secret identity to a mortal (Jane) and lose half his strength. Unwilling to mete out justice himself, he transfers the Odin Power to Seidring the Merciless, his favorite councilor, who simply points out of a window to carry out the sentence.

Unfortunately for Thor, the loss of power comes at a crucial moment. Hercules topples an empty building onto him. His hammer, Mjolnir, saves him, but only barely. A final blow from Hercules drops Thor. The God of Thunder is beaten! A crowd gathers, and the talent scout (seen in previous issue) offers again to put Hercules in pictures; this time he accepts. Jane goes to Thor. Distraught, he tells her that he must regain his honor and is unworthy of her. As he trudges away, Odin (magically) tells her to follow.

Appearing in "Tales of Asgard - "The Summons!""

Featured Characters:


Supporting Characters:


Villains:


Other Characters:


Items:


Locations:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Tales of Asgard - "The Summons!""

  • Synopsis not yet written.


Notes

See Also

Footnotes



Like this? Let us know!

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.