Halloway: You cannot be serious. I’m sure you are aware how preposterous this all sounds.
2. Halloway is turning with his two drinks. We can see part of a figure in a chair but we only see their arm. The arm is in a nice suit sleeve, the hand dangles over the arm rest. This is Jólnir.
Jólnir: It might seem strange to you, but as someone who has lived for eons I can assure you much stranger has taken place over time.
Jólnir: My tale is peculiar but not unusual.
3. Halloway is handing his drink across, Jólnir is still obscured.
Halloway: Peculiar or unusual, I still doubt it is true.
Jólnir: You will see soon enough, just remember...
4. We finally see Jólnir in the seat. He looks rather refined, his beard is large but neat, his eyes wise. His suit is respectable.
Jólnir: I have been many names in my existence, Síðgrani, Síðskeggr, Langbarðr, but the one you need know for now is Jólnir.
Jólnir: My power is split and someone else is using it.
Jólnir: There are safeguards to such abuse but they have not been placed into effect yet.
5. Closer up on Halloway’s face.
Halloway: What would you have me do?
6. Namor comes crashing through the window, snow drifting down behind him. This is an iconic villain Namor moment, he looks ripped, angry, powerful. We can see in his hand a very familiar hammer, but with no inscription on the side. Jólnir is in panel as well.
Jólnir: Be vigilant.
Namor: Old friend, I would have words with thee.
In Norse mythology, the figures of Odin and Santa are often close in comparison. They looked the same, could act the same, and often shared names. It's most interesting to note that Odin was called many names in Skaldic poetry but one that stands out is the name of Jólnir which means Yule figure. I found this in simple research and had to act upon it.
Sadly, I didn't get to mention Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse Jólnir rides. He must be parked on Halloway's roof.