History ComicBook / TheMightyThor

22nd Apr '17 7:56:32 AM JackFlash
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There remains a persistent claim that an unnamed paramedic once handed Thor his hammer after a battle and disappeared into the crowd before he realized the significance. However, this has never actually happened and the legend comes from someone getting confused over some of the plot contrivances in Jurgens' Thor run, which gave Thor a secret identity as an EMT named Jake Olson. Jake and Thor later ended up getting split apart, with Jake being the physical manifestation of Thor's humanity, and being worthy to lift Mjolnir because he WAS Thor.
22nd Apr '17 7:51:29 AM JackFlash
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** Thor's hammer (and its powers) could only be wielded by "someone worthy" such as Thunderstrike or Beta Ray Bill. Others who have briefly wielded, or at least lifted, Mjölnir include: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Franchise/WonderWoman, [[ComicBook/XMen Rogue]] (in an alternate universe where she permanently absorbed Thor's powers and personality), Comicbook/{{Superman}} thanks to an emergency suspension of the worthiness enchantment, an [[BadassBystander unidentified paramedic]], and [[ComicBook/PowerPack Alex Power]] in "Thor and the Warriors Four" (though this is out of continuity), Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian (in a crossover comic not in continuity with either franchise), Red Norvell, and for a short time young Loki (happened in ''Comicbook/{{AXIS}}'', long story... one that needs [[http://41.media.tumblr.com/d261cac39e3c5ea88cdfb673d1a6d08d/tumblr_nh4dbexsNt1smsllio1_500.jpg pictorial evidence]]).

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** Thor's hammer (and its powers) could only be wielded by "someone worthy" such as Thunderstrike or Beta Ray Bill. Others who have briefly wielded, or at least lifted, Mjölnir include: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Franchise/WonderWoman, [[ComicBook/XMen Rogue]] (in an alternate universe where she permanently absorbed Thor's powers and personality), Comicbook/{{Superman}} thanks to an emergency suspension of the worthiness enchantment, an [[BadassBystander unidentified paramedic]], and [[ComicBook/PowerPack Alex Power]] in "Thor and the Warriors Four" (though this is out of continuity), Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian (in a crossover comic not in continuity with either franchise), Red Norvell, and for a short time young Loki (happened in ''Comicbook/{{AXIS}}'', long story... one that needs [[http://41.media.tumblr.com/d261cac39e3c5ea88cdfb673d1a6d08d/tumblr_nh4dbexsNt1smsllio1_500.jpg pictorial evidence]]).
13th Mar '17 8:13:34 PM Austin
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** Future Thor and his badass grand-daughters have hardly been seen since the introduction of the new Thor.
5th Mar '17 8:00:37 PM nombretomado
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** It comes with being from Asgard. Thor himself, while more reserved than his fellow Asgardians, is downright [[LargeHam hammy]] when compared to his fellow Avengers, as demonstrated in ''MarvelUltimateAlliance'': "SOULLESS MACHINE!!! HOW '''''DARE''''' YOU STRIKE THE SON OF ODIN?!?!"

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** It comes with being from Asgard. Thor himself, while more reserved than his fellow Asgardians, is downright [[LargeHam hammy]] when compared to his fellow Avengers, as demonstrated in ''MarvelUltimateAlliance'': ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'': "SOULLESS MACHINE!!! HOW '''''DARE''''' YOU STRIKE THE SON OF ODIN?!?!"
2nd Mar '17 8:09:45 AM NubianSatyress
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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 also uses remote control signals to fly around and return to him.
24th Feb '17 2:45:26 PM StFan
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Thor has been animated several times, though rarely on his own and primarly instead with the Avengers or other Marvel heroes: ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperheroSquadShow'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', its SpiritualSuccessor ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', and ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers''; plus his Ultimate version in ''UltimateAvengers''. He's also one of [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]]'s two major opponents in ''WesternAnimation/HulkVs'' (the other being ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}), and finally got his own feature with ''ThorTalesOfAsgard''.

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Thor has been animated several times, though rarely on his own and primarly instead with the Avengers or other Marvel heroes: ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperheroSquadShow'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', its SpiritualSuccessor ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', and ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers''; plus his Ultimate version in ''UltimateAvengers''. He's also one of [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]]'s two major opponents in ''WesternAnimation/HulkVs'' (the other being ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}), and finally got his own feature with ''ThorTalesOfAsgard''.
''WesternAnimation/ThorTalesOfAsgard''.
16th Feb '17 7:17:18 AM AnotherGuy
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* RageAgainstTheHeavens: He ''is'' the God of Thunder. Of course this happens from time to time.

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*** In fact, this is why Boom Tubes were invented. Darkseid ''literally resided in the Marvel Universe'' and required them to go between DC and Marvel. That aspect has been {{Retcon}}ned, of course.
* RageAgainstTheHeavens: He ''is'' the God of Thunder. Of course this happens from time to time.
15th Feb '17 3:20:09 PM InformalFallacies
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* EverybodyLovesZeus:
** Thor undergoes a fair amount of AdaptationalHeroism in this interpretation. Though he is still a BloodKnight and a bit of an arrogant jerk, he is a fair shake more heroic (by [[ValuesDissonance modern standards]]) than what Myth/NorseMythology originally portrayed him as. He only grows more selfless and heroic as he goes through CharacterDevelopment.
** Odin was portrayed early on in the series as having OmniscientMoralityLicense. In other words, even when he's being a jerk, it's For TheGreaterGood. Otherwise, he's treated as wise and benevolent. In later portrayals, he's become considerably less amicable after having his rule of Asgard challenged. He invokes such tyrannical laws and harsh punishments that he essentially becomes part of the BigBadEnsemble of ''Comicbook/Thor2014''.
18th Jan '17 4:12:46 PM TheLaughingFist
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Eventually, Thor abandoned his Dr. Blake identity (who may or may not have been an actual person - it's confusing) and even was replaced temporarily by other heroes such as ComicBook/BetaRayBill and Thunderstrike. After Odin was KilledOffForReal, Thor gained his powers and responsibilities. He finally managed to end the Ragnarok cycle, though all of Asgard was destroyed in the process. In 2007, Thor returned and re-created Asgard (and revived its people) ''in the middle of the United States'', on land he legally bought! But Loki also returned, badder than ever (first as a woman, then his regular male form and after a rebirth an {{Adorkable}} CreepyChild), and set on making life miserable for Thor once again. Thor has now returned to the brand-new [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]] lineup.

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Eventually, Later, Thor abandoned his Dr. Blake identity (who may or may not have been an actual person - it's confusing) and even was replaced temporarily by other heroes such as ComicBook/BetaRayBill and Thunderstrike. After Odin was KilledOffForReal, Thor gained his powers and responsibilities. He finally managed to end the Ragnarok cycle, though all of Asgard was destroyed in the process. In 2007, Thor returned and re-created Asgard (and revived its people) ''in the middle of the United States'', on land he legally bought! But Loki also returned, badder than ever (first as a woman, then his regular male form and after a rebirth an {{Adorkable}} CreepyChild), and set on making life miserable for Thor once again. Thor has now returned to the brand-new [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]] lineup.


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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, Ultimate Mojolnr, who had ripped itself from the destruction of its home universe and settled in the ruins of Old Asgard. Can Odinson claim this hammer as his own, can he become an Unworthy Thor.
8th Jan '17 3:31:06 PM nombretomado
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In the UltimateMarvel Universe, Thor is still a MessianicArchetype, but his godhood is put in question. Through the efforts of Loki, Thor's words are twisted and [[CassandraTruth not taken very seriously]].

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In the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Universe, Thor is still a MessianicArchetype, but his godhood is put in question. Through the efforts of Loki, Thor's words are twisted and [[CassandraTruth not taken very seriously]].
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