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- Stupid Spider-Thing. You like old things so much? Take...Mjlo...Mljoni...Mlenn...Odin's hammer. Now Thor's. It very old.
- -- Mighty Thorr
Appearing in "Spider-Man vs Thor"
- Mighty Thorr (Thor Odinson) (Appears in flashback)
- Spider-Thing (Peter Parker) (Appears in flashback)
- Washington, D.C.
- New York (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Spider-Man vs Thor"
Thor and Spider-Man have been transformed into Hulks. Drawn to the Smithsonian Institute, Spider-Thing wanted to learn, while Thorr wanted to fight the A.I.Marines. Recalling some past experiences, the two suddenly came to blows....
While on a field trip to the Smithsonian, Peter Parker ran afoul of a bully who thinks that Paleontology is not a real science. When Peter defended a girl he was starting to like, the bully slammed Peter's head on the plaque. Seeing that his opponent is much larger than he is, Peter questions why he gets himself into these sorts of situations all the time...
Thorr and Spider-Thing are fighting it out in the middle of the museum. The wall-crawler still refuses to fight, so Thor throws Mjolnir at him, striking Spider-Thing in the stomach and sending him crashing through a wall. As Spider-Thing gets up, Thorr questions what he will teach his ally now...
Asgard, Centuries Ago:
After Loki bailed on him during a wrestling game with his friends, Thor finds Loki back at the palace of Asgard reading ancient scrolls. Furious, Thor grabs Loki and tosses him out a window, sending him landing in the mud below...
Thorr decides he knows what he is going to do to the Spider-Thing next. Thorr grabs Spider-Thing in an arm-lock and demands that he proclaim Thorr the strongest there is. Spider-Thing keeps telling jokes and with each one, Thorr smashes his face into the ground. With his nose bleeding profusely, Spider-Thing eventually gives in and admits that Thorr is the strongest. Thorr then tells his ally that they need to get back into the battle. By this point, a group of A.I.Marines enter the Smithsonian. Looking around, one of them recalls how he came here as a child and gets angry over how boring it was and orders his troops to smash everything in sight.
By this point, Thorr is about ready to smash Spider-Thing with his hammer once more. However, by this point, the transformation into a Hulk has caused Thorr's worthiness to waver, and the enchantments that protect force it to the ground. Suddenly, Spider-Thing hears the A.I.Marines smashing the displays in the other room and goes out to confront them. After knocking one of the Hulked-Out soldiers, he realizes that he is greatly outnumbered. Spider-Thing recalls how when he returned home from the Smithsonian and told his Uncle Ben what happened, his uncle recounted that Peter is strongest where it counts and that's all that matters. This encourages Spider-Thing to keep on fighting despite the odds.
Meanwhile, Thorr struggles to lift his hammer, furious that he is unable to lift Mjolnir. He thinks back to the time after his threw Loki out the window and had to answer to his father for what he had done. Odin chastises his son for acting without wisdom and informs him that to be worth he must fight with both strength and wisdom. Forgetting this lesson, Thorr apologizes out loud for forgetting his worthiness. Due to his repentance, Thorr is now able to lift his hammer off the ground. He then comes to Spider-Thing's rescue, fighting the A.I.Marines off of him. While Spider-Thing wraps all the displays in protective webbing, Thorr unleashes the full fury of his hammer, blasting the A.I.Marines out of the museum. Going back outside, Thorr and Spider-Thing make amends and upon seeing more A.I.Marines trashing Washington, they leap back into battle.
Appearing in "Personal Wreckage (Part 2)"
- Washington, D.C.
- New York (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Personal Wreckage (Part 2)"
Cyclops and Iceman have been turned into Hulks and have come to blows over IceHulk's inability to take things seriously. Hulkclops demands that IceHulk grow up and stop telling jokes. However, IceHulk refuses to stand down and the two fight it out in the street, their minds drifting back to a time when Bobby's constant pranks led to a fight between the two of them...
Fed up with Bobby's constant jokes, Scott starts a fight with him. Their brawl is abruptly ended by the telepathic command of Professor X who orders them to stop fighting immediately and report to his office. Once there, the Professor scolds Bobby for his behavior, telling him that he is one of the X-Men and therefore should act like it. He then sends Drake outside so he can talk to Scott alone.
Charles expresses his disappointment in Scott, telling him that as leader of the X-Men he needs to conduct himself at a higher standard than the others. He points out that Bobby is having a hard time fitting in at the school and suggests that Scott spend time to get to know him. When Summers complains about this, Charles tells him that this wasn't a request, but an order. When Scott leaves Xavier's office, Bobby is shocked when Scott invites him to hang out. However, wherever they go, Scott brings Jean Grey along with him. They go to dinner, roller skating, the movies, mini-golf, the carnival, and lastly they go swimming. Scott focuses all of his attention on Jean, ignoring Bobby who grows bored immediately.
Later, Bobby calls his father and asks him to come to visit. He's lonely since Hank and Warren go places he can't, and although Scott is trying to be his friend it's not helping. Unfortunately, his father can't make the time and when Bobby ends the call he begins to cry. This emotional outburst is witnessed by Scott who tries to empathize with him. Bobby is still upset, but Scott admits that he could be a better friend to him. Scott decides that he will try to be more understanding of Bobby if he cuts back on the jokes a bit. Bobby accepts this, but as they walk out of his room, he tapes a "kick me" sign on Scott's back...
The battle between Hulkclops and IceHulk begins to come to an end. With Hulkclops getting tired of fighting his ally, thinking that he will never change. Hulkclops orders IceHulk to stop playing jokes and walks away. However, IceHulk isn't going to give up that easily and uses his ice powers to write "Smash Me!" on Hulkclops' back.
It’s the final battle before the war! Find out what you’re favorite hulked-out heroes have been up to between the world-breaking events of WORLD WAR HULKS! The gamma-god of Thunder and a not-so-friendly Spider-Man are tearing up D.C. in a brawl of titanic proportions! Can the Asgardian and the wall-crawler overcome their savage impulses…or is it too late for these irradiated Avengers?!
Flashbacks in this story affect the chronology of the following characters: Spider-Man vs Thor
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