Appearing in "The Power of the Thunder God!"Edit
- Hardol The Healer (Single appearance)
- other unnamed Asgardians
- unnamed mortal woman (Only in flashback)
- Sword of Balder
Synopsis for "The Power of the Thunder God!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Tales of Asgard: The Secret of Sigurd!"Edit
Synopsis for "Tales of Asgard: The Secret of Sigurd!"Edit
Thor attacks Sigurd, smashing his opponents' battle ax with his hammer; however every time Thor manages to knock Sigurd down he gets back up stronger than ever. Eventually, Balder remembers the key to Sigurd's constantly increasing strength: Sigurd is the son of the Earth Sprites, and his strength is increased every time he touches the ground.
Knowing the secret to Sigurd's power, Thor then catches his hammer under Sigurd's belt and then flings his opponent into the sky where he will then be stranded on a deserted asteroid.
With their foe defeated, the three gods continue their trek home, Loki disappointed that Thor was not defeated.
- The identity of the mortal woman, with whom Odin apparently was in love once, is unknown, as she does not appear again in Marvel publications and there is no apparent mythological antetype for her.
- credits for Story 1:
- Special Location: The Wall
- Written With The Mastery of Stan Lee
- Illustrated With The Genius of Jack Kirby
- Delineated With The Delicacy of Chic Stone
- Lettered With The India Ink of Artie Simek
- credits for Story 2:
- Superbly Written by Stan Lee
- Supremely Drawn by Jack Kirby
- Savagely Inked by Vince Colletta
- Sagatiously Lettered by Artie Simek
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