New Mutants (1983) #84

New Mutants (1983) #84



Moonstar declared that the New Mutants must have died from the poisonous fumes and that a tiny portion of her former self was crying for them. Hela held the completed Uru sword aloft victoriously. However, the New Mutants were secretly hidden within the clouds of smoke and protected by Cannonball's blast field. As the gases had begun to pour through the blast field they flew back up to the ledge but found a small troll there. He began screaming for his mistress, so Rictor used his power on the ledge causing the monster to fall into the crevice.Tiwaz showed Boom-Boom, Hrimhari and Warlock images of Moonstar and the Uru sword. Boom-Boom asked why Tiwaz didn't cast a spell to stop Hela, but he admitted that he wasn't powerful enough. They began to plot. Hrimhari reasoned that the Warriors Three would provide help. Tiwaz' magic dome showed the Warriors Three at the mercy of Queen Ula and her swarm of trolls. Boom-Boom became unsettled again. Tiwaz provided Warlock with a map to Queen Ula's kingdom, and Boom-Boom took a moment to thank Tiwaz for saving them. She also admitted that while she made a lot of mistakes, she promised to save Asgard. They left Tiwaz to marvel at the strange combination of a mortal, wolf-prince and alien.Meanwhile, Hildy, Kev and Signe approached Thor's magical chariot-goats as they feasted on grass in a field. Hildy explained the situaton and how none of the grown-up Asgardians believed them. The goats lowered their heads in an indication for the children to climb on. They then leapt through the skies, hitting clouds with thunderbolts. As they approached Karnilla's kingdom they observed the local population had been turned into stone (see the Balder limited series). The goats landed and the children interrupted a romantic moment between Balder and Karnilla. Again the children explained what had been going on, and Balder reached for his sword. Karnilla was sad that none of her spells had managed to cure her people, but then she had an idea.Back in...


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