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"The Quickening": Mister O'Dunne and his crew incite a gang war against a rival organization led by a man named Garrod. O'Dunne's attack is vicious and bloody and it soon becomes apparent that he is more than an ordinary human being. In fact, both O'Dunne and Garrod's crews are actually ancient


Quote1 You don't even know what this is, do you? Or who I really am. Quote2



Appearing in "The Quickening"

Featured Characters:

  • Jack

Supporting Characters:

  • Billy
  • Saffron (Saf)

Villains:

  • Garrod (First appearance)
  • Larry
  • Mister O'Dunne

Other Characters:

  • Fenrir (First appearance)
  • Galp (First appearance)
  • Garrod (First appearance)
  • Hymie


Locations:

Items:

  • Mystical belt
  • Mystical necklet

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Quickening"

Mister O'Dunne and his crew incite a gang war against a rival organization led by a man named Garrod. O'Dunne's attack is vicious and bloody and it soon becomes apparent that he is more than an ordinary human being. In fact, both O'Dunne and Garrod's crews are actually ancient Asgardian warriors, continuing a battle which began ages ago. After the battle, Larry asks his master to drop him off back home.

When he arrives home, Larry realizes that his stepson Jack is in possession of an ancient belt - a belt that magically transforms him into the Asgardian warrior prince Thor. Larry tries to take it from him, but the boy resists. Larry's body transforms into that of an Asgardian warrior. Terrified, Jack runs out of the house and seeks refuge with his friend Saf.

Larry loses sight of Jack and assumes that he went to his friend Billy's house. Larry forces his way into the home and Billy tries to retreat. Billy grabs the necklace that he discovered amongst the other pieces of treasure. Larry transforms into an Asgardian warrior once again and attacks him.



Notes

  • This book was first published on March 1, 2006.
  • This issue is reprinted in the Thunderbolt Jaxon trade paperback.
  • Saf's full name Saffron is revealed in this issue.
  • Although it will not be revealed until next issue, Mister O'Dunne is clearly the Asgardian king, Odin.

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