Days of Thunder – September 1966: The Mighty Thor #132 part 2

Tales of Asgard, Home of the Mighty Norse Gods “The Dark Horse of Death!”
Script Writing: Stan Lee/ Picture Drawing: Jack Kirby/ Panel Inking: Vince Colletta/ Word Lettering: Sam Rosen/ Armor Polishing: Irving Forbush

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Having defeated Harokin and secured the Warlock’s Eye, Thor and his compatriots free the people of Muspelheim. Soon they hear the Drumbeat of Mourning. This  percussion means that the death of a mighty warrior is at hand, for the drumbeat will draw the Black Stallion of Doom.

Soon the dark horse arrives. It is drawn to Harokin, graceful in defeat and near death. It stops outside of Harokin’s room, as Thor reflects upon the respect he has gained for the man he has mortally wounded.

First Appearance:  The Drumbeat of Mourning, The Black Stallion of Doom

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