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Journey Into Mystery (1952) #115

Journey Into Mystery (1952) #115

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"Okay, what happened here?" - "Noble Odin, Thor brought this girl you don't like here and attacked me all of the blue." - "Well, I know you'Re almost always lying, and this sounds like a very foolhardy idea for Thor...but the girl is here, so I'll believe you." - "What the...Loki kidnapped her to make me fight him!" - "Don't try to talk your way out of this, son!"

Thor then brings Jane back home. Conveniently, Jane lost consciousness, and Thor tells her, she won't remember anything...erm...why? He gets 48 hours to clean up his mess, so he goes, fights the absorbing man, and even though he shows the limits of his power by having him stunned after an exploding grenade, Thor uses a cheat-mode: Turned him into Helium, to fly away into space, presumably killing him, if his Absorbing Powers run out. Then he flies back to the still unconscious Jane and...48 hours are over? He fought the Absorbing Man for two days? Moreover, Jane slept for two days?

That being said, Loki is great in fight and cunning here, if you ignore him having to live with his idiotic choices in #114. And he shows his colors in Tales of Asgard, by helping an enemy Asgards to survive a battle, gaining a favor from the guy someday. Both stories have their moments and are really beautiful, but some of the strange  decisions in this story still distract...