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Thor #133: Review

Oct 1966
Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

Story Name:

Behold... The Living Planet!

Review & Comments

3 stars


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Thor #133 Synopsis by Marvel Comics
Thor and the Recorder land on Ego and the Living Planet manifests a face to address them, then reshapes his surface to appear Earth-like and fashions a human size body for himself. He tells Thor he is ready to conquer "all of space." 

In Europe, Porga, Jane Foster's fellow airplane passenger, introduces her to his associate Count Tagar, who wants to hire her as a teacher.

In the Black Galaxy, Ego plots to create multiple bodies he can use to conquer other worlds, but Thor holds his own in battle against humanoid anti-bodies.

At the police station, Tana Nile issues her demands to the police, but when she contacts Rigel to manipulate the space lock, they refuse on orders from the Grand Commissioner, who has also rescinded Tana's colonization.

On Ego, Thor summons a "universe-shaking thermo-blast" allowing him and the Recorder to escape into space. Humbled by Thor's escape, Ego decides to seal off the Black Galaxy from further intrusion and leave Rigel alone.

Story #2

Valhalla! (Tales of Asgard series)

Writer: Stan Lee. Penciler: Jack Kirby. Inker: Vince Colletta. Letterer: Sam Rosen.

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Knowing that the Black Stallion of Doom has come for him, the mighty warrior Harokin prepares for his last adventure. He girds himself in full battle armor and mounts the stallion. As he rides through the city, Hela, Goddess of Death, arrives to escort him into a desolate wasteland. As she can go no further, Thor and the Warriors Three behold as the skies open and they see the golden bridge to the waiting Valhalla, realm of the heroic dead. The fallen warriors of all times welcome Harokin, who rides up the bridge and into eternity…. Back at the city, Thor and his comrades drink to their departed foe….

Preview Pages
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Jack Kirby
Vince Colletta
Letterer: Art Simek.


Listed in Alphabetical Order.


(Goddess of Death)

Warriors Three
Warriors Three

(Fandral, Hogun, Volstagg)

Plus: Harokin, Tana Nile.

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