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Thor Vol 1 #370 "Easy Money"

Thor Vol 1 #370 "Easy Money"

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Thor Vol 1 #370 "Easy Money": Thor (Mighty) #370, Vol. 1 Marvel Comics, Newsstand

by James Owsley

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Synopsis for "Easy Money"
In Danville, Texas in 1875, Sundance goes flying through a saloon window. He's driven out of town for being a card cheat. Just as he's leaving, Pops gives him a claim check to give to a man on a white horse in the town of Aberdeen. Just as Sundance is leaving town, and gang rides up and shoots up the saloon he was just in, killing everyone inside. Then ......


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Thor Vol 1 #370 "Easy Money"
James Owsley
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