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Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Thor #127 (Apr 1966)
Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby
In-story information
Full name Volla
Species Asgardian
Place of origin Asgard
Team affiliations Asgard
Abilities Precognition

Volla is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe.


  • 1 Publication history
  • 2 Fictional character biography
  • 3 Powers and abilities
  • 4 Other media
    • 4.1 Video games
  • 5 External links

Publication history

Volla first appeared in Thor #127 (April 1966), and was adapted from mythology by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

The character subsequently appeared in Thor #1-3 (July-September 1998), #29 (November 2000), #32 (January 2001), #35 (May 2001), and #43 (January 2002).

Volla appeared as part of the “Asgardians” entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #1.

Fictional character biography

According to Thor #295, Erda is Volla’s sister.

Volla dies after making known her prophecies of Ragnarok. Those with the courage and bravery to journey into the Realm of the Dead may still obtain her predictions. There she exists as a simple wraith.

[edit] Powers and abilities

Volla has precognitive powers, which allow her to see alternate futures.

[edit] Other media

[edit] Video games

  • Volla appears as a non-playable character in the video game Marvel: Ultimate Alliance. She has special dialogue with Ms. Marvel when you first meet her, and she also converses with Blade later on. One of the optional missions in Niffleheim involves finding a trunk that contains her ring and its key is missing. This has been stolen by Kurse and Ulik. If the player recovers Volla’s ring, she will warn Odin about an attempt on his life which will lead to the capture of Surtur in the years to come. If not, then Odin will be killed, Lady Sif dies in battle, and Thor will rule Asgard as the greatest of the gods.

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