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| real_name = Volstagg
| real_name = Volstagg
| aliases = Volstagg the Enormous, Volstagg the Voluminous, the Lion of Asgard
| aliases = Volstagg the Enormous, Volstagg the Voluminous, the Lion of Asgard
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| identity = Unknown to the general populace of [[Earth]]
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| identity = No dual identity
| occupation = [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] Warrior
| occupation = [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] Warrior
| citizenship = Asgardian
| citizenship = Asgardian
| place_of_birth = Unrevealed
| place_of_birth = Unrevealed
| relatives = Hildegund (wife), Alaric, Rolfe (sons), Flosi, Gudrun, Gunnhild (daughters), Kevin, Mick (adopted sons)
| relatives = Hildegund (wife), Alaric, Rolfe (sons), Flosi, Gudrun, Gunnhild (daughters), Kevin, Mick (adopted sons)
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| groups = [[Warriors Three]] formerly, [[Lost Gods]]  
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| education = Unrevealed
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| debut = Journey into mystery #119 (1965)  
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| origin = Unrevealed
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| significant_issues = First appearance (Journey into Mystery #119, 1966); Volstagg was among the Asgardians that left Asgard, in search of the missing [[Odin]] (Thor #255-263,1977); his soul found by Thor after Ragnarok and brought back alive (Thor #4, 2007)
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| significant_issues = First appearance (Journey into Mystery #119, 1966); Volstagg was among the Asgardians that left Asgard, in search of the missing Odin (Thor #255-263,1977); his soul found by Thor after Ragnarok and brought back alive (Thor #4, 2007)
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bio_text= Volstagg is the large and boisterous member of "[[The Warriors Three]]," which were among the many champions of [[Asgard]]. Their heroic exploits brought them notoriety. The Warriors Three membership also consists of [[Hogun|Hogun(Grim)]], and [[Fandral|Fandral (the Dashing)]]. These three adventurers fought many battles to protect their beloved Asgard. Volstagg was the heart of the group, though his boisterous nature often brought trouble to himself and the others. Together, they often fight by the side of [[Odin]]'s son, Thor God of thunder. Together they have thwarted the schemes of the lord of lies [[Loki]], While on a mission to find the missing god Odin, Volstagg and his band of merry men battled [[Sporr]], the [[Stone Men of Saturn]], [[Grey Gargoyle]], [[Soul-Survivors]] and the massive entity known as the [[Soul Eater]].
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bio_text= Volstagg is the large and boisterous member of the [[Warriors Three]], which were among the many champions of [[Asgard]]. Their heroic exploits brought them notoriety. The Warriors Three membership also consists of [[Hogun]], and [[Fandral]]. These three adventurers fought many battles to protect their beloved Asgard. Volstagg was the heart of the group, though his boisterous nature often brought trouble to himself and the others. Together, they often fight by the side of [[Odin]]'s son, [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] God of Thunder. Together they have thwarted the schemes of the lord of lies [[Loki]] many times. While on a mission to find the missing god Odin, Volstagg and his band of merry men battled [[Sporr]], the [[Stone Men of Saturn]], [[Grey Gargoyle]], [[Soul-Survivors]] and the massive entity known as the [[Soul Eater]].
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Volstagg and his band, were presumed dead, after the trigger of "[[Ragnarok]]" by Thor. In reality his soul, like all the others who perished in the Ragnarok, somehow got trapped within a human being. When Thor returned from the dead and started to bring the other Asgardians back. Volstagg was among the first found and freed, along with his two friends Hogun and Fandral. He now resides in new Asgard, which Thor reconstructed near the old Route 66 in Oklahoma.
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[[image:Volstagg and the Warriors Three.JPG|200px|left|thumb|Volstagg riding with Thor, Hogun and Fandral.]]Volstagg and his band, were presumed dead, after the trigger of "[[Ragnarok]]" by Thor. In reality his soul, like all the others who perished in the Ragnarok, somehow got trapped within a human being. When Thor returned from the dead and started to bring the other Asgardians back. Volstagg was among the first found and freed, along with his two friends Hogun and Fandral. He now resides in new Asgard, which Thor reconstructed near the old Route 66 in Oklahoma.
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| real_name = Volstagg
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| aliases = Volstagg the Enormous, Volstagg the Voluminous, the Lion of Asgard
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| identity = Unknown to the general populace of [[Earth]]
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| relatives = Hildegund (wife), Alaric, Rolfe (sons), Flosi, Gudrun, Gunnhild (daughters), Kevin, Mick (adopted sons)
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| groups = [[Warriors Three]] formerly, [[Lost Gods]]
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| eyes = Blue
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| hair = Red
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| powers = As an Asgardian, Volstagg possesses superhuman strength and enhanced durability and endurance.
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| abilities = He is a master in hand-to hand combat.
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| weapons = Volstagg can wield a sword with great expertise, and is skilled with the quarter staff as well. He has been known to brandish a shield in battle also.
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| debut = Journey into mystery #119 (1965)
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Volstagg and his band, were presumed dead, after the trigger of "[[Ragnarok]]" by Thor. In reality his soul, like all the others who perished in the Ragnarok, somehow got trapped within a human being. When Thor returned from the dead and started to bring the other Asgardians back. Volstagg was among the first found and freed, along with his two friends Hogun and Fandral. He now resides in new Asgard, which Thor reconstructed near the old Route 66 in Oklahoma.
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Current revision as of 06:45, 25 May 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Volstagg

Aliases
Volstagg the Enormous, Volstagg the Voluminous, the Lion of Asgard

Identity
No dual identity

Citizenship
Asgardian

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Journey into mystery #119 (1965)

Origin
Unrevealed

Volstagg is the large and boisterous member of the Warriors Three, which were among the many champions of Asgard. Their heroic exploits brought them notoriety. The Warriors Three membership also consists of Hogun, and Fandral. These three adventurers fought many battles to protect their beloved Asgard. Volstagg was the heart of the group, though his boisterous nature often brought trouble to himself and the others. Together, they often fight by the side of Odin's son, Thor God of Thunder. Together they have thwarted the schemes of the lord of lies Loki many times. While on a mission to find the missing god Odin, Volstagg and his band of merry men battled Sporr, the Stone Men of Saturn, Grey Gargoyle, Soul-Survivors and the massive entity known as the Soul Eater.


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Volstagg riding with Thor, Hogun and Fandral.
Volstagg and his band, were presumed dead, after the trigger of "Ragnarok" by Thor. In reality his soul, like all the others who perished in the Ragnarok, somehow got trapped within a human being. When Thor returned from the dead and started to bring the other Asgardians back. Volstagg was among the first found and freed, along with his two friends Hogun and Fandral. He now resides in new Asgard, which Thor reconstructed near the old Route 66 in Oklahoma.


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