Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary

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Thor is a superhero comic book series created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Larry Lieber. He first appeared in 1962, in the 83rd issue of the Journey into Mystery series. The character is based on Thor, the Norse god of thunder and lightning and Son of Odin. He is also one of the founders of a group called the Avengers, and is a member in all four issues of the comic.

Thor was to be announced as the successor to his father Odin’s throne during a ceremony. However, the ceremony was interrupted. As it later turned out, a group of ice giants wanted to obtain the Tesseract, a powerful source of power. However, they were annihilated by the Destroyer. However, this failed attempt to steal the powerful artifact troubled Thor, who, in the wake of these events, decided to deal with the king of the ice giants, Laufy, on his own against his father’s wishes. To the land of the ice giants, Jutenheim travels with Loki, Lady Sif, Hogun, Volstagg, and Frandal. During their visit to Jutenheim, there are battles. They are ended by the arrival of Odin, who takes Thor and the others back to Asgard. Upon their return, an argument ensues between Thor and Odin. Odin accuses his son of senselessly causing the war, while Thor calls his father an old fool. As a result of the argument, Odin takes Thor’s powers with his equipment and sentences him to exile on earth in the body of the lame Dr. Donald Blake. During his exile, Thor realizes many things and changes for the better as a result. He falls in love with Jane Foster. He set out to retrieve Mjöllnir from S.H.I.E.L.D. agents led by Phillip Coulson, but was hit by a dazzling arrow fired by Clint Barton. He was interrogated. He was visited by Loki. After capturing Mjöllnir and regaining his powers, he assists S.H.I.E.L.D. in defeating Destroyer. Upon returning to Asgard, he defeats Loki, who wanted to destroy Jutenheim by expanding Bifrost. To save Jutenheim, Thor destroys the Bifrost. For a long time, he could not return to Earth.