Moon Girl Puts Thor in His Place – Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43 Preview

War of the Realms comes to Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur in next week’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43, but this preview of the issue doesn’t waste much time ruminating on the invasion of Earth by the forces of Malekith. Instead, Moon Girl uses that invasion as a good reason for a flashback, remembering a time she really put Avenger Thor in his place. It all happened in Central Park, once upon a time…

Moon Girl Puts Thor in His Place - Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43 Preview

Ouch! That’s definitly harsh… but also fair. And Thor agrees. He also needs Moon Girl’s help to solve a problem in Asgard that his fists or his hammer aren’t well-suited for.

Moon Girl Puts Thor in His Place - Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43 Preview

But Moon Girl’s time is valuable, and not even prodigious compliments from the God of Thunder himself are necessarily going to be enough to convince her to solve Thor’s riddle.

Moon Girl Puts Thor in His Place - Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43 Preview

Will Thor do the right thing and pay her for her time? Or, since she’s a child, will he simply kidnap her and fly her off to Asgard?

Check out the full preview below for the answer. Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43 hits stores on Wednesday.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #43
(W) Brandon Montclare (A) Ray-Anthony Height, Gustavo Duarte (CA) Natacha Bustos
WAR OF THE REALMS TIE-IN!
• When Manhattan is frozen solid and Frost Giants prowl the streets, Devil Dinosaur must keep the peace!
• Plus: the first meeting of Moon Girl and Thor!
Rated T
In Shops: May 22, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.