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Comic Book: Thor (1966 series)

What This Book is About:
Thor's flagship title, establishing him as one of the greatest of Marvel's heroes. Cover title is The Mighty Thor. Begins at #126, continuing the numeration from Journey into Mystery.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Mar 1966 to Sep 1996
1966
N/A

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Thor
Thor

(Odinson)
Warriors Three
Warriors Three

(Fandral, Hogun, Volstagg)
Loki
Loki

(Loki Laufeyson)
Plus: Balder (Balder the Brave), Sif, Karnilla (Norn Queen), Surtur (Surtur the Fire Demon).
Thor #126
Thor #126

(Mar 1966)

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Thor #276
4 stars

Thor #276

October 1978
"Mine...This Hammer!"
Script: Roy Thomas
Odin, weakened by his giving some of his power to protect Balder from permanent death, is helped back to his throne by Thor and Sif. The All-Father then orders the beginning of the trial of Loki. [...]
Thor #277
4 stars

Thor #277

November 1978
"Time of the Trolls!"
Script: Roy Thomas
In the wake of Red Norvell’s powerful rampage in Asgard, reporter Harris Hobbs blames himself for the deaths of Thor and his assistant Joey. But Thor is very much alive and has recovered from the villain’s attacks. Loki takes great delight in explaining how all these events came to pass. [...]
Thor #278
4 stars

Thor #278

December 1978
"At Long Last--Ragnarok?!"
Script: Roy Thomas
Thor, leading the warriors of Asgard, confronts Hela and her evil forces on the Rainbow Bridge; the Goddess of Death awaits the coming of the Midgard Serpent to launch her attack. Meanwhile, Odin broods, Balder clings to life, Harris Hobbs despairs over his guilt…. [...]
Thor #279
3 stars

Thor #279

January 1979
"A Hammer in Hades!"
Script: Don Glut
[...]
Thor #280
3 stars

Thor #280

February 1979
"Crisis on Twin Earths!"
Script:
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Thor #281
3 stars

Thor #281

March 1979
"This Hammer Lost!"
Script:
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Thor #282
3 stars

Thor #282

April 1979
"Rites of Passage"
Script:
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Thor #283
3 stars

Thor #283

May 1979
"Suddenly--The Celestials!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #284
3 stars

Thor #284

June 1979
"The City of the Space Gods!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #285
3 stars

Thor #285

July 1979
"Deviants and Doormen!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #286
3 stars

Thor #286

August 1979
"Mayhem under Manhattan!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #287
3 stars

Thor #287

September 1979
"Assault on Olympia!"
Script:
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Thor #288
3 stars

Thor #288

October 1979
"Fury of the Forgotten Hero!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #289
3 stars

Thor #289

November 1979
"Look Homeward, Asgardian!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #290
3 stars

Thor #290

December 1979
"Ring Around the Red Bull!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #291
3 stars

Thor #291

January 1980
"When Gods Have Joined Together!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #292
3 stars

Thor #292

February 1980
"If an Eye Offend Thee...!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #293
3 stars

Thor #293

March 1980
"The Twilight of SOME Gods!"
Script:
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Thor #294
3 stars

Thor #294

April 1980
"New Asgards for Old!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #295
3 stars

Thor #295

May 1980
"The Price--and the Pride!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #296
3 stars

Thor #296

June 1980
"From Valhalla--A Valkyrie!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #297
3 stars

Thor #297

July 1980
"The Sword of Siegfried!"
Script: Roy Thomas
[...]
Thor #298
3 stars

Thor #298

August 1980
"Dragon's Blood!"
Script:
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Thor #299
3 stars

Thor #299

September 1980
"Passions and Potions"
Script:
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Thor #300
3 stars

Thor #300

October 1980
"Chapter One Twilight of the Gods!"
Script:
Odin's Eye concludes its tale, and Thor realizes his error in suspecting Odin. Thor seizes the eye and returns to Asgard. The eye loses size and sentience upon its return. Thor finds all of the Asgardians in a death-like state and the Odinsword gone. [...]