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130. Journey into Mystery #100

Creative Team:
Cover Artists: Jack Kirby, Sol Brodsky
Writers: Stan Lee
Pencilers: Jack Kirby
Inkers: Paul Reinman
Colourists:
Letterers: Artie Simek

Issue Information:
Cover Date: January 1964… 139 more words

Silver Age

The Conjurer

Excerpt from Black Wolf: The Binding of Loki.

With Skrýmir on his way, Thor wasted no time digging in to his supplies, and his brother and young servant joined him for breakfast. 2,656 more words

Norse Mythology

Doctor Strange 385: Discussion

by Patrick Ehlers and Michael DeLaney

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

Patrick: Where does trust come from, narratively speaking? 1,329 more words

Patrick Ehlers

Hamilton, Umbrage, & Miscellany

I was a late-latecomer to the awesomeness that is Hamilton. My sister introduced me last summer (her girls knew every word), and my husband obtained* the digital music. 1,334 more words

Endgame

Bind me to the sharpened tree,

the sacred sword you made of me,

tie me with my son’s insides,

poison me and more, besides,

bind me to the blade, a shade… 41 more words

Poem

Harbard the Ferryman & the Embarrassment of Thor – On the Presence of Odin or Loki in Hárbarðsljóð

Hárbarðsljóð is a flyting poem from the Poetic Edda, in which Thor is challenged to battle wits with a ferryman named Harbard (Hárbarðr) for passage across an inlet. 3,133 more words

Medieval History

Mirrors.

What are mirrors for?

For evil queens? For

self-portrait artists?

Are mirrors for helping

us get lost in ourselves

at the fairground?

They are the greatest of… 20 more words

Poetry