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Karnilla: An Irrational Love Story Part 3 – The Torment of Balder Back Issue Ben Ben Smith I was never that interested in Thor as a...

A favorite Jack Kirby illustration: Odin carrying a weakened Thor in his own arms, showing the feelings of father over son. April 1966

A favorite Jack Kirby illustration: Odin carrying a weakened Thor in his own arms, showing the feelings of father over son. April 1966

Thor is the Asgardian God of Thunder and the son of Odin, the All-Father of Asgard , the Elder Earth-Goddess. Combining the power of both worlds, Thor is arguably the greatest and mightiest defender of both . Armed with his powerful enchanted hammer Mjolnir, Thor is the mightiest warrior of Asgard, a founding member of the Avengers and one of the strongest, most powerful beings on Earth.

Thor is the Asgardian God of Thunder and the son of Odin, the All-Father of Asgard , the Elder Earth-Goddess. Combining the power of both worlds, Thor is arguably the greatest and mightiest defender of both . Armed with his powerful enchanted hammer Mjolnir, Thor is the mightiest warrior of Asgard, a founding member of the Avengers and one of the strongest, most powerful beings on Earth.

Thor 186, cover by John Buscema & Joe Sinnott. In this classic issue, The Silent One leads Thor to Hela, who tries to kill Thor, but The Silent One gives his life to save Thor. Odin battles Infinity.

Thor 186, cover by John Buscema & Joe Sinnott. In this classic issue, The Silent One leads Thor to Hela, who tries to kill Thor, but The Silent One gives his life to save Thor. Odin battles Infinity.

A revival of the romance between Thor and Jane Foster in The Mighty Thor 131 August 1966, which has caused conflict between Odin and son. Stan Lee decides to break away from the past, and allows Odin to be flexible this time, providing this subplot to move into a different direction. A clever move for Stan Lee if he wants to build on this plot.

A revival of the romance between Thor and Jane Foster in The Mighty Thor 131 August 1966, which has caused conflict between Odin and son. Stan Lee decides to break away from the past, and allows Odin to be flexible this time, providing this subplot to move into a different direction. A clever move for Stan Lee if he wants to build on this plot.

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