BATTLES OF THE WEEK
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Writers and Artists
Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz, Brett Breeding.
SYNOPSIS FOR “ALONE AGAINST THE CELESTIALS!”
In an attempt to protect Pangoria, Thor has to battle the awesome power of the Celestial Exitar the Executioner. Thor manages to crack the Celestial’s armor. In the fearsome battle, Thor is tested to the limits of his power!
IN COSMIC HIERARCHY
|THE MIGHTY THOR FACES THE AWESOME POWER OF EXITAR THE CELESTIAL!|
Enter the two contestants in Pangolia. On the left side is the mighty Thor, the Prince of Asgard and on the right side is Exitar the Executioner, the awesome Celestial.
Let’s look at the stats.
- The Odinship.
- Warrior’s Madness.
- Thor’s Jarnbjorn.
THOR PLACES IN THE TOP 10 OF THE BATTLE RANKER COMPETITION
To find out Thor’s battle rank, visit the Battle Ranker page.
Thor has to protect the planet Pangoria from being destroyed by Exitar the Executioner.
The battle to decide who is the cosmic god!
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THOR IN COMICS
‘Journey Into Mystery’ (1962) #83, marks the first appearance of Thor in Marvel continuity. The issue tells the origin story of Thor and his alter ego, Dr. Donald Blake.
The comic was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
|CHECK OUT THOR’S SPECTACULAR FIRST APPEARANCE IN MARVEL CONTINUITY!|