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* ShoutOut: Walt Simonson's use of "beyond the fields we know" to indicate a transition to Asgard was a homage to the works of LordDunsany, who originated the phrase in his own fantasy stories.

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* ShoutOut: Walt Simonson's use of "beyond the fields we know" to indicate a transition to Asgard was a homage to the works of LordDunsany, Creator/LordDunsany, who originated the phrase in his own fantasy stories.
26th Dec '17 1:30:09 PM xcountryguy
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-->-- '''The original inscription''' upon the mighty {{Mjolnir}}.

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-->-- '''The original inscription''' upon the mighty {{Mjolnir}}.
[[PublicDomainArtifact Mjölnir]].



After the events of ''Original Sin'', Thor is no longer worthy of Mjolnir since ComicBook/NickFury, having gained omniscience from the late Watcher's eyes, secretly told him that Gorr the God Butcher, a foe that Thor had fought and killed a while ago, was right all along about the gods no longer being concerned about the affairs of mortals. A mysterious woman (later revealed to be [[spoiler:Jane Foster]]) has taken up both the hammer and the identity of [[ComicBook/{{Thor 2014}} Thor, Goddess of Thunder]], leaving the original God of Thunder as just the Odinson.

Odinson would see himself hit the absolute rock bottom, defeated, de-armed, and without his hammer he would leave to find if the universe still had a place for him. His search would lead him into a fight with The Collector, who had found something even he could not claim, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Mjolnir]], who had ripped itself from the destruction of its home universe and settled in the ruins of Old Asgard. In the end, Odinson doesn't claim this hammer as his own, accepting himself as an Unworthy Thor. As a result, Ultimate Mjolnir gets claimed by [[spoiler:the god Volstagg]], becoming War Thor.

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After the events of ''Original Sin'', Thor is no longer worthy of Mjolnir Mjölnir since ComicBook/NickFury, having gained omniscience from the late Watcher's eyes, secretly told him that Gorr the God Butcher, a foe that Thor had fought and killed a while ago, was right all along about the gods no longer being concerned about the affairs of mortals. A mysterious woman (later revealed to be [[spoiler:Jane Foster]]) has taken up both the hammer and the identity of [[ComicBook/{{Thor 2014}} Thor, Goddess of Thunder]], leaving the original God of Thunder as just the Odinson.

Odinson would see himself hit the absolute rock bottom, defeated, de-armed, and without his hammer he would leave to find if the universe still had a place for him. His search would lead him into a fight with The Collector, who had found something even he could not claim, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Mjolnir]], Mjölnir]], who had ripped itself from the destruction of its home universe and settled in the ruins of Old Asgard. In the end, Odinson doesn't claim this hammer as his own, accepting himself as an Unworthy Thor. As a result, Ultimate Mjolnir Mjölnir gets claimed by [[spoiler:the god Volstagg]], becoming War Thor.



* AchillesHeel: During the comic's older runs, if Thor was separated from Mjolnir for more than sixty seconds, he would turn into his human guise Donald Blake and Mjolnir would turn into his walking stick. Reversing the effect requires Thor to pick up the stick. This has since been removed, basically giving Thor no glaring weaknesses.

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* AchillesHeel: During the comic's older runs, if Thor was separated from Mjolnir Mjölnir for more than sixty seconds, he would turn into his human guise Donald Blake and Mjolnir Mjölnir would turn into his walking stick. Reversing the effect requires Thor to pick up the stick. This has since been removed, basically giving Thor no glaring weaknesses.



* AmplifierArtifact: The Belt of Strength, which doubles his strength and endurance, and Mjolnir, which focuses Thor's innate ElementalPowers. The Belt is straight from the [[Myth/NorseMythology source material]]. If need be, Thor could increase the boosting effect by tightening the belt.

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* AmplifierArtifact: The Belt of Strength, which doubles his strength and endurance, and Mjolnir, Mjölnirr, which focuses Thor's innate ElementalPowers. The Belt is straight from the [[Myth/NorseMythology source material]]. If need be, Thor could increase the boosting effect by tightening the belt.



** And then there was his second battle with Mister Hyde. Thor got so pissed off that he deliberately dropped Mjolnir and went after Hyde with his bare hands, stating that if he couldn't beat Hyde within sixty seconds, he didn't deserve Mjolnir's power. A CurbStompBattle ensued.

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** And then there was his second battle with Mister Hyde. Thor got so pissed off that he deliberately dropped Mjolnir Mjölnir and went after Hyde with his bare hands, stating that if he couldn't beat Hyde within sixty seconds, he didn't deserve Mjolnir's Mjölnir's power. A CurbStompBattle ensued.



** But his greatest testament by far is during the end cycle of Ragnarok faced against four old enemies, each wielding [[ShoddyKnockoffProduct counterfeit Mjolnir's]] crafted by Surtur. While he held his own thanks to aid from [[AvengersAssemble Captain America and Iron Man]]. He truly showed his stuff when both were left indisposed during the battle and clobbered both Loki & his son Fenris Wolf [[TheAce Single Handed]].

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** But his greatest testament by far is during the end cycle of Ragnarok faced against four old enemies, each wielding [[ShoddyKnockoffProduct counterfeit Mjolnir's]] Mjölnir's]] crafted by Surtur. While he held his own thanks to aid from [[AvengersAssemble Captain America and Iron Man]]. He truly showed his stuff when both were left indisposed during the battle and clobbered both Loki & his son Fenris Wolf [[TheAce Single Handed]].



* CastFromLifeForce: Thor can channel his life force into Mjolnir, unleashing an attack powerful enough to drive away a hungry Galactus.

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* CastFromLifeForce: Thor can channel his life force into Mjolnir, Mjölnir, unleashing an attack powerful enough to drive away a hungry Galactus.



* CharacterShilling: Despite being a relatively new character and not having done much, the new female Thor has already been praised by her Asgardian peers as just as good as the old Thor, maybe even better. Even ''Thor Odinson himself'' has said that she's better with Mjolnir than he is. The latter at least is partly justified thanks to the new Thor mostly thinking outside the box where wielding the hammer goes - and some of the tricks she pulls are developed versions of ones that Thor has used in the past. Also, being [[spoiler:Jane Foster]], she's spent quite literally years watching the original work - it's safe to say she's learnt a few tricks.
** Additionally, it is later revealed that Mjolnir [[spoiler:is sentient and that sentience is making itself known, with an agenda all of its own]], something implied as far back as the end of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', when even Odin couldn't lift the hammer. As a result, it would make sense for the hammer to start showing off a few new tricks.

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* CharacterShilling: Despite being a relatively new character and not having done much, the new female Thor has already been praised by her Asgardian peers as just as good as the old Thor, maybe even better. Even ''Thor Odinson himself'' has said that she's better with Mjolnir Mjölnir than he is. The latter at least is partly justified thanks to the new Thor mostly thinking outside the box where wielding the hammer goes - and some of the tricks she pulls are developed versions of ones that Thor has used in the past. Also, being [[spoiler:Jane Foster]], she's spent quite literally years watching the original work - it's safe to say she's learnt a few tricks.
** Additionally, it is later revealed that Mjolnir Mjölnir [[spoiler:is sentient and that sentience is making itself known, with an agenda all of its own]], something implied as far back as the end of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', when even Odin couldn't lift the hammer. As a result, it would make sense for the hammer to start showing off a few new tricks.



** In 616, there's Thor Girl. An issue of ''What If?'' also speculated on what would happen if Jane Foster found Mjölnir instead of Don Blake. Predictably, it turns her into a female version of Thor. Another issue of ''What If?'' had Rogue permanently absorb Thor's powers in ''Avengers Annual'' #10, which led to her becoming a heroine and the new Thor; Odin even changed the inscription on Mjolnir to be gender-neutral in the end.

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** In 616, there's Thor Girl. An issue of ''What If?'' also speculated on what would happen if Jane Foster found Mjölnir instead of Don Blake. Predictably, it turns her into a female version of Thor. Another issue of ''What If?'' had Rogue permanently absorb Thor's powers in ''Avengers Annual'' #10, which led to her becoming a heroine and the new Thor; Odin even changed the inscription on Mjolnir Mjölnir to be gender-neutral in the end.



* DropTheHammer: Thor's most effective battle tactic is to introduce his foes to {{Mjolnir}}, one of the most powerful weapons in the universe.

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* DropTheHammer: Thor's most effective battle tactic is to introduce his foes to {{Mjolnir}}, Mjölnir, one of the most powerful weapons in the universe.



** Mjolnir is stated to be, ultimately, a part of Thor. Thus, if he and another person are roughly equal in worthiness, Thor will be the default wielder until otherwise proven.
** When [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] becomes Thor, she appears to have several abilities that Thor never exhibited. This is theorized to happen because she is even more noble than the original Thor - though at least some of them are simply developments on abilities Thor has shown previously (remote controlling Mjolnir, for instance), so it could simply be a case of thinking outside the box.

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** Mjolnir Mjölnir is stated to be, ultimately, a part of Thor. Thus, if he and another person are roughly equal in worthiness, Thor will be the default wielder until otherwise proven.
** When [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] becomes Thor, she appears to have several abilities that Thor never exhibited. This is theorized to happen because she is even more noble than the original Thor - though at least some of them are simply developments on abilities Thor has shown previously (remote controlling Mjolnir, Mjölnir, for instance), so it could simply be a case of thinking outside the box.



* EvenMoreOmnipotent: Mjolnir was crafted by his father Odin with the specific caveat that no one can lift it unless they be worthy. (Specifically, worthy by Odin's standards. This means possessing traits such as honor, courage, humility, and the heart of a warrior-born. Odin can also rescind this rule temporarily at his leisure.) Mjolnir will always go through any impediments (even a planet) to return to Thor's hand, and it (usually) can't be destroyed by a force which exerts less than Odin's own power. However, the first way to know that a new villain is serious business is if they destroy, restrain or lift the hammer by sheer force.

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* EvenMoreOmnipotent: Mjolnir Mjölnir was crafted by his father Odin with the specific caveat that no one can lift it unless they be worthy. (Specifically, worthy by Odin's standards. This means possessing traits such as honor, courage, humility, and the heart of a warrior-born. Odin can also rescind this rule temporarily at his leisure.) Mjolnir Mjölnir will always go through any impediments (even a planet) to return to Thor's hand, and it (usually) can't be destroyed by a force which exerts less than Odin's own power. However, the first way to know that a new villain is serious business is if they destroy, restrain or lift the hammer by sheer force.



** Most recently, Cul Borson, a.k.a. 'the Serpent', and the God of Fear, has become Odin's. In fairness, aside from trying to kill the new Thor and reclaim Mjolnir and generally being a dick, he hasn't actually done anything particularly evil, coming across more as a WellIntentionedExtremist (admittedly, with the emphasis on the 'extremist' part).

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** Most recently, Cul Borson, a.k.a. 'the Serpent', and the God of Fear, has become Odin's. In fairness, aside from trying to kill the new Thor and reclaim Mjolnir Mjölnir and generally being a dick, he hasn't actually done anything particularly evil, coming across more as a WellIntentionedExtremist (admittedly, with the emphasis on the 'extremist' part).



* FaceHeelTurn: Odinson seems to have pulled this in ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'', by siding with HYDRA Cap. However, ''Secret Empire'' #5 shows that his main motivations are misplaced trust in Steve, trust reinforced by Steve having (somehow) proved Worthy to wield Mjolnir when he still is not, and a desire to free the dying [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] from some unknown yet horrible purgatory, which HYDRA has promised to help him do. Even so, by that point, he is increasingly full of doubts, despite HYDRA trying to keep him away from the darker parts of their regime.

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* FaceHeelTurn: Odinson seems to have pulled this in ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'', by siding with HYDRA Cap. However, ''Secret Empire'' #5 shows that his main motivations are misplaced trust in Steve, trust reinforced by Steve having (somehow) proved Worthy to wield Mjolnir Mjölnir when he still is not, and a desire to free the dying [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] from some unknown yet horrible purgatory, which HYDRA has promised to help him do. Even so, by that point, he is increasingly full of doubts, despite HYDRA trying to keep him away from the darker parts of their regime.



* NemesisWeapon: Thor has had a lot of villains with Nemesis weapons. The brutish Absorbing Man and Wrecker, for example, were empowered by Asgardian magic, but where Thor wields {{Mjolnir}}, they wield thuggish instruments like a ball-and-chain or a crowbar, respectively. Their weapons tap the same sort of Asgardian magic as Thor's hammer, but are much cruder, mortal instruments. Similarly, the signature weapon of Ulik the troll is a set of "pounders" -- brass knuckles, essentially - made of the same magic metal as Thor's hammer.

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* NemesisWeapon: Thor has had a lot of villains with Nemesis weapons. The brutish Absorbing Man and Wrecker, for example, were empowered by Asgardian magic, but where Thor wields {{Mjolnir}}, Mjölnir, they wield thuggish instruments like a ball-and-chain or a crowbar, respectively. Their weapons tap the same sort of Asgardian magic as Thor's hammer, but are much cruder, mortal instruments. Similarly, the signature weapon of Ulik the troll is a set of "pounders" -- brass knuckles, essentially - made of the same magic metal as Thor's hammer.



** It's revealed at another point that the highest "tier" of worthiness for Mjolnir is ''need''. For example, you can qualify for every single other criteria of worthiness but not have a need for the hammer and fail to pick it up. Then, only minutes later, be able to do so because the need was greater (such as was the case with an alternate universe ComicBook/BlackWidow). And then, once the need has passed, you will fail to lift it once again. This is the justification for Franchise/{{Superman}} wielding it for a while.

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** It's revealed at another point that the highest "tier" of worthiness for Mjolnir Mjölnir is ''need''. For example, you can qualify for every single other criteria of worthiness but not have a need for the hammer and fail to pick it up. Then, only minutes later, be able to do so because the need was greater (such as was the case with an alternate universe ComicBook/BlackWidow). And then, once the need has passed, you will fail to lift it once again. This is the justification for Franchise/{{Superman}} wielding it for a while.



* PowerCopying: The Absorbing Man can absorb the physical traits of anything he touches, up to and including the uru metal of Mjolnir. As far back as the 1960s, he proved capable of absorbing a ''direct cosmic bolt from Odin himself.'' Because of this, even Thor, for all his power, often has to come up with a clever way to exploit whatever is he's absorbed the power of.

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* PowerCopying: The Absorbing Man can absorb the physical traits of anything he touches, up to and including the uru metal of Mjolnir.Mjölnir. As far back as the 1960s, he proved capable of absorbing a ''direct cosmic bolt from Odin himself.'' Because of this, even Thor, for all his power, often has to come up with a clever way to exploit whatever is he's absorbed the power of.



* SummonToHand: Thor can hurl {{Mjolnir}} across an entire galaxy. Mjölnir will return to Thor's hand in less than a minute's time.

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* SummonToHand: Thor can hurl {{Mjolnir}} Mjölnir across an entire galaxy. Mjölnir will return to Thor's hand in less than a minute's time.



* VariantPowerCopying: Ragnarok, a cyborg clone of Thor, uses electronics to simulate Thor's ShockAndAwe and WeatherManipulation powers. His copy of Mjolnir also uses remote control signals to fly around and return to him.

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* VariantPowerCopying: Ragnarok, a cyborg clone of Thor, uses electronics to simulate Thor's ShockAndAwe and WeatherManipulation powers. His copy of Mjolnir Mjölnir also uses remote control signals to fly around and return to him.



** Within Thor's own comics, Mjolnir. It's supposed to be indestructible, but it's been damaged, cut in half, or outright destroyed several times.

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** Within Thor's own comics, Mjolnir.Mjölnir. It's supposed to be indestructible, but it's been damaged, cut in half, or outright destroyed several times.



* WowingCthulhu: Pretty much any Creator/{{Marvel}} character who [[OnlyTheChosenMayWield is able to wield Mjolnir]] besides [[PhysicalGod Thor and Odin]] tends to get this reaction from the two of them the first time, with ComicBook/BetaRayBill and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica being the best known examples.

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* WowingCthulhu: Pretty much any Creator/{{Marvel}} character who [[OnlyTheChosenMayWield is able to wield Mjolnir]] Mjölnir]] besides [[PhysicalGod Thor and Odin]] tends to get this reaction from the two of them the first time, with ComicBook/BetaRayBill and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica being the best known examples.
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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Loki's apparent suicide, both to the audience and to his family]].

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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Loki's [[spoiler:Loki's apparent suicide, both to the audience and to his family]].



** Subverted in ''Comicbook/FearItself''. While Odin is being astonishingly dickish even by Odin standards, and Thor is right to call him on it, it turns out that Odin's main motive is entirely understandable: [[spoiler: he's desperately trying to save Thor's life and confound a prophecy. He fails. (Temporarily, of course.)]]

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** Subverted in ''Comicbook/FearItself''. While Odin is being astonishingly dickish even by Odin standards, and Thor is right to call him on it, it turns out that Odin's main motive is entirely understandable: [[spoiler: he's [[spoiler:he's desperately trying to save Thor's life and confound a prophecy. He fails. (Temporarily, of course.)]]



* CharacterShilling: Despite being a relatively new character and not having done much, the new female Thor has already been praised by her Asgardian peers as just as good as the old Thor, maybe even better. Even ''Thor Odinson himself'' has said that she's better with Mjolnir than he is. The latter at least is partly justified thanks to the new Thor mostly thinking outside the box where wielding the hammer goes - and some of the tricks she pulls are developed versions of ones that Thor has used in the past. Also, being [[spoiler: Jane Foster]], she's spent quite literally years watching the original work - it's safe to say she's learnt a few tricks.
** Additionally, it is later revealed that Mjolnir [[spoiler: is sentient and that sentience is making itself known, with an agenda all of its own]], something implied as far back as the end of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', when even Odin couldn't lift the hammer. As a result, it would make sense for the hammer to start showing off a few new tricks.

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* CharacterShilling: Despite being a relatively new character and not having done much, the new female Thor has already been praised by her Asgardian peers as just as good as the old Thor, maybe even better. Even ''Thor Odinson himself'' has said that she's better with Mjolnir than he is. The latter at least is partly justified thanks to the new Thor mostly thinking outside the box where wielding the hammer goes - and some of the tricks she pulls are developed versions of ones that Thor has used in the past. Also, being [[spoiler: Jane [[spoiler:Jane Foster]], she's spent quite literally years watching the original work - it's safe to say she's learnt a few tricks.
** Additionally, it is later revealed that Mjolnir [[spoiler: is [[spoiler:is sentient and that sentience is making itself known, with an agenda all of its own]], something implied as far back as the end of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', when even Odin couldn't lift the hammer. As a result, it would make sense for the hammer to start showing off a few new tricks.



* DreamTeam: Thor and [[spoiler: Superman]] in ''ComicBook/JLAAvengers''.

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* DreamTeam: Thor and [[spoiler: Superman]] [[spoiler:Superman]] in ''ComicBook/JLAAvengers''.



* FaceHeelTurn: Odinson seems to have pulled this in ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'', by siding with HYDRA Cap. However, ''Secret Empire'' #5 shows that his main motivations are misplaced trust in Steve, trust reinforced by Steve having (somehow) proved Worthy to wield Mjolnir when he still is not, and a desire to free the dying [[spoiler: Jane Foster]] from some unknown yet horrible purgatory, which HYDRA has promised to help him do. Even so, by that point, he is increasingly full of doubts, despite HYDRA trying to keep him away from the darker parts of their regime.

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* FaceHeelTurn: Odinson seems to have pulled this in ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'', by siding with HYDRA Cap. However, ''Secret Empire'' #5 shows that his main motivations are misplaced trust in Steve, trust reinforced by Steve having (somehow) proved Worthy to wield Mjolnir when he still is not, and a desire to free the dying [[spoiler: Jane [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] from some unknown yet horrible purgatory, which HYDRA has promised to help him do. Even so, by that point, he is increasingly full of doubts, despite HYDRA trying to keep him away from the darker parts of their regime.



*** [[spoiler: During ''Comicbook/FearItself'', a recent issue of ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' has Kid Loki meeting with Surtur, with the end result of Surtur one day rising from Limbo, and the cycle of Ragnarok being once again continued]].

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*** [[spoiler: During [[spoiler:During ''Comicbook/FearItself'', a recent issue of ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' has Kid Loki meeting with Surtur, with the end result of Surtur one day rising from Limbo, and the cycle of Ragnarok being once again continued]].



** While Loki's [[spoiler: reincarnation as a child after accidentally causing the destruction of all of Asgard]] leaves both his royal staus and how long he can stay alive in question, it also means that almost no one trusts him so he has to work on his own. Within 3 issues, he's already put a good deal of a team together with only words and tricks, no magic at all.
*** The [[spoiler: All Mother]] seem pretty involved in recent comics, and have Loki doing various jobs for them as well.

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** While Loki's [[spoiler: reincarnation [[spoiler:reincarnation as a child after accidentally causing the destruction of all of Asgard]] leaves both his royal staus and how long he can stay alive in question, it also means that almost no one trusts him so he has to work on his own. Within 3 issues, he's already put a good deal of a team together with only words and tricks, no magic at all.
*** The [[spoiler: All [[spoiler:All Mother]] seem pretty involved in recent comics, and have Loki doing various jobs for them as well.



* ScrewDestiny: Odin planned to break the cycle of Ragnarok, which was destined to eternally repeat itself through his son Thor. [[spoiler: His plan succeeds]].

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* ScrewDestiny: Odin planned to break the cycle of Ragnarok, which was destined to eternally repeat itself through his son Thor. [[spoiler: [[spoiler His plan succeeds]].



** Kid Loki is out to prove that [[spoiler: Tanarus is not the God of Thunder, and has usurped Thor's place in everyone's memories.]]

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** Kid Loki is out to prove that [[spoiler: Tanarus [[spoiler:Tanarus is not the God of Thunder, and has usurped Thor's place in everyone's memories.]]



* SmiteMeOMightySmiter: Thor to Zeus. [[spoiler: Zeus never had any intention to kill Thor since Zeus has a pact with Odin which makes Olympus and Asgard allies]].

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* SmiteMeOMightySmiter: Thor to Zeus. [[spoiler: Zeus [[spoiler:Zeus never had any intention to kill Thor since Zeus has a pact with Odin which makes Olympus and Asgard allies]].



* SugarAndIcePersonality: [[spoiler: Leah at [[TearJerker the very end]]...]]

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* SugarAndIcePersonality: [[spoiler: Leah [[spoiler:Leah at [[TearJerker the very end]]...]]



* TheWorfEffect: Thor occasionally suffers this, most notably to ComicBook/RedHulk and [[spoiler: Superman]] in ''JLA / Avengers''. Other gods are known to suffer this as well.

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* TheWorfEffect: Thor occasionally suffers this, most notably to ComicBook/RedHulk and [[spoiler: Superman]] [[spoiler:Superman]] in ''JLA / Avengers''. Other gods are known to suffer this as well.
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* AncientAstronauts: Creator/WarrenEllis had previously suggestedthat Asgardians are simply technologically-advanced aliens whom had been mistaken for deities by primitive humans. It was left ambiguous as to whether the Asgardians had influenced early viking culture, or vice versa. The idea was abandoned by subsequent writers, who opted to continue portraying the Asgardians as explicitly supernatural entities.

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* AncientAstronauts: Creator/WarrenEllis had previously suggestedthat suggested that Asgardians are simply technologically-advanced aliens whom had been mistaken for deities by primitive humans. It was left ambiguous as to whether the Asgardians had influenced early viking culture, or vice versa. The idea was abandoned by subsequent writers, who opted to continue portraying the Asgardians as explicitly supernatural entities.
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* AnAxeToGrind: Notably, Thor's Jarnbjorn.
21st Nov '17 5:57:42 PM PaulA
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* ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' (2011-2013, Kieron Gillen, Kathryn Immonen)
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!!Specific story arcs with their own pages include:
* ''ComicBook/TheBalladOfBetaRayBill'' (1983, Walt Simonson)
* ''ComicBook/TheSurturSaga'' (1984-1985, Walt Simonson)
* ''ComicBook/TheFightForAsgard'' (1986, Walt Simonson)
* ''ComicBook/ThorVikings'' (2003, Garth Ennis)
* ''ComicBook/Thor2014'' (2014-present, Jason Aaron)
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** Whether or not readers ''believe'' the character shilling is another matter, as the female Thor has been a ''[[{{Understatement}} very]]'' polarizing character, leading largely to LoveItOrHateIt among the fanbase.
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Odinson would see himself hit the absolute rock bottom, defeated, de-armed, and without his hammer he would leave to find if the universe still had a place for him. His search would lead him into a fight with The Collecter, who had found something even he could not claim, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Mojolnr]], who had ripped itself from the destruction of its home universe and settled in the ruins of Old Asgard. In the end, Odinson doesn't claim this hammer as his own, accepting himself as an Unworthy Thor. As a result, Ultimate Mojolnr gets claimed by [[spoiler:the god Volstagg]], becoming War Thor.

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Odinson would see himself hit the absolute rock bottom, defeated, de-armed, and without his hammer he would leave to find if the universe still had a place for him. His search would lead him into a fight with The Collecter, Collector, who had found something even he could not claim, [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Mojolnr]], Mjolnir]], who had ripped itself from the destruction of its home universe and settled in the ruins of Old Asgard. In the end, Odinson doesn't claim this hammer as his own, accepting himself as an Unworthy Thor. As a result, Ultimate Mojolnr Mjolnir gets claimed by [[spoiler:the god Volstagg]], becoming War Thor.
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