“Death, thy Name is Brother!”
Len Wein, Writer/Editor * Walt Simonson & Tony DeZuniga, Artists/Illustrators * Glynis Wein, Colorist * Joe Rosen, Letterer
An unhappy Don Blake is walking along the streets of New York,when a cop asks him if he is, in fact, Doctor Blake. The cop asks Blake to contact his friend Thor, and ask him to meet with the Commissioner of Police. It is unclear if the police were sent to search for Blake, or if the passing officer happened to recognize the famous surgeon and decided to ask him for some help.
Whatever the case, Blake becomes Thor once again and meets the Commissioner. At this point It seems without a shadow of a doubt that the police are not going to arrest Thor. Whether the charges against him have been formally or informally dropped is unclear, but if the Commisioner of Police is consulting with the God of Thunder, Thor will not be held accountable for his criminal acts.
The Commissioner introduces Thor to Bennett Barlow, the brother of Damocles. Bennett helps Thor track down Damocles, who has completed his Cobalt Cannon, which is a funky looking tank. Unfortunately, it was built with synthetic cobalt, which is unstable. The cannon is really a bomb, and when Damocles refuses to surrender, Bennett fatally shoots his brother. Thor throws the bomb into the sky where it safely detonates.
First Appearance: Bennett Barlow