History Funny / TheMightyThor

5th Apr '18 9:39:56 AM Hjortron18
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---> '''Loki:''': If everybody could do that, we could save a fortune on therapists.

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---> '''Loki:''': '''Loki:''' If everybody could do that, we could save a fortune on therapists.
5th Apr '18 9:39:09 AM Hjortron18
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-->'''Volstagg''': Good day, citizen.\\
'''Man''': Mornin'.\\

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-->'''Volstagg''': -->'''Volstagg:''' Good day, citizen.\\
'''Man''': '''Man:''' Mornin'.\\



'''Man''': Grow 'em kind of ''big'' where you come from, don't they?\\
'''Volstagg''': My girth brings ''fear'' to my ''enemies''.\\
'''Fandral''': Also the sidewalk.\\
'''Volstagg''': Silence!

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'''Man''': '''Man:''' Grow 'em kind of ''big'' where you come from, don't they?\\
'''Volstagg''': '''Volstagg:''' My girth brings ''fear'' to my ''enemies''.\\
'''Fandral''': '''Fandral:''' Also the sidewalk.\\
'''Volstagg''': '''Volstagg:''' Silence!



---> '''Loki''': "If everybody could do that, we could save a fortune on therapists."

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---> '''Loki''': "If '''Loki:''': If everybody could do that, we could save a fortune on therapists."



-->'''Odin''': FOR ASGARD!
-->'''Thor''': FOR MIDGARD!
-->'''Loki''': FOR MYSELF!

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-->'''Odin''': -->'''Odin:''' FOR ASGARD!
-->'''Thor''': -->'''Thor:''' FOR MIDGARD!
-->'''Loki''': -->'''Loki:''' FOR MYSELF!



* There is an issue in which Hercules is strolling Central Park with Jarvis, trying to find some exotic ingredients for Hercules' recipes. They happen to stumble across a bullied kid, who wants to know if either he or Thor is the strongest. Hercules starts recounting a tale of the time he and Thor arm-wrestled. [[UnreliableNarrator but he keeps fidgeting with details and correcting himself]]. [[SerialEscalation It quickly devolves into a story in which he and Thor pretty much rip apart Manhattan, tearing the entire island from its foundations]], with Thor in the losing side... and then Jarvis takes him aside for a second so he can inform him that the kid's pretty much a mess, having realized ''Thor'' was his hero, not ''Hercules''. Hercules quickly returns and amends himself with another story which ends with him punted across several states "to a place the Gods forgot - ''[[TakeThat New Jersey]]''!"

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* There is an issue in which Hercules is strolling Central Park with Jarvis, trying to find some exotic ingredients for Hercules' recipes. They happen to stumble across a bullied kid, who wants to know if either he or Thor is the strongest. Hercules starts recounting a tale of the time he and Thor arm-wrestled. [[UnreliableNarrator but he keeps fidgeting with details and correcting himself]]. [[SerialEscalation It quickly devolves into a story in which he and Thor pretty much rip apart Manhattan, tearing the entire island from its foundations]], with Thor in the losing side... and then Jarvis takes him aside for a second so he can inform him that the kid's pretty much a mess, having realized ''Thor'' was his hero, not ''Hercules''. Hercules quickly returns and amends himself with another story which ends with him punted across several states "to a place the Gods forgot - -- ''[[TakeThat New Jersey]]''!"



* In issue 12 of Jason Aaron's run on Thor: God Of Thunder, Thor goes about doing all the sort of things you'd expect to see from Superman, befriending people on Death Row and staying with them until they die, taking Jane Foster [[spoiler: who is currently undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer]] to see sunrise from the moon, drinking with veterans, creating rain in drought stricken areas and generally serving the public and being a nice guy, something shown in lots of single panels... including one where he's standing in the middle of a bunch of people waving placards that say, 'God Hates You' and screaming, with a pissed off expression and raining down lightning bolts just to scare the crap out of them and show them what a god who hates them is like. A public service indeed.

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* In issue 12 of Jason Aaron's run on Thor: God Of Thunder, Thor goes about doing all the sort of things you'd expect to see from Superman, befriending people on Death Row and staying with them until they die, taking Jane Foster [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who is currently undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer]] to see sunrise from the moon, drinking with veterans, creating rain in drought stricken areas and generally serving the public and being a nice guy, something shown in lots of single panels... including one where he's standing in the middle of a bunch of people waving placards that say, 'God Hates You' and screaming, with a pissed off expression and raining down lightning bolts just to scare the crap out of them and show them what a god who hates them is like. A public service indeed.



'''Odinson''': [[ParentalIncest I... certainly]] [[DefiedTrope hope not]].

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'''Odinson''': '''Odinson:''' [[ParentalIncest I... certainly]] [[DefiedTrope hope not]].
12th Oct '17 10:32:28 AM CV12Hornet
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* Issue 341: With Thor no longer possessing his Donald Blake persona, but still wanting to stay in Midgard, he approaches Nick Fury about a place to stay. This results in Thor not only putting on civilian clothes, but also [[ClarkKenting a pair of glasses as a disguise.]] This would be funny enough on its own, along with Thor's skepticism on the idea, but the funniness is compounded when Thor runs into an {{Expy}} of ''Clark Kent'', with a ''Lois Lane'' {{Expy}} right behind him!
27th Sep '17 2:28:36 PM Leidolf
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** When the land-owner comes to get payment, Thor gives him access to the treasury and tells him to take what he wants and never come back. The dude tells his friend to back the pick-up truck he's got up and he runs back and forth with armsful of gold until the back of the truck is full while Thor just watches bored.
25th Jan '17 3:02:42 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* Loki decides to transform Thor into a frog. Unfortunately for Loki, Thor-as-Frog is still worthy to lift Mjölnir. . .

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* Loki decides to transform Thor into a frog. Unfortunately for Loki, Thor-as-Frog is still worthy to lift Mjölnir. . .Mjölnir...
27th May '16 12:07:32 AM WanderingBrowser
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* In the post-Ragnarok storyline, in which Thor has been {{RetGone}}d, Kid Loki stumbles across the ComicBook/SilverSurfer in the desert. He tries desperately to convince the Surfer about Thor's existence, finally exasperatedly mentioning that, one time, [[SuperStrength Thor]] headbutted the [[NighInlvunerable Silver Surfer]] so hard, he ''dented the Surfer's skull''. And it ''works''!

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* In the post-Ragnarok storyline, in which Thor has been {{RetGone}}d, Kid Loki stumbles across the ComicBook/SilverSurfer in the desert. He The scenario is surreal enough as it is, with the Surfer allowing vultures to eat his flesh to try and better understand the cycle of life and death, but what happens next takes the cake. Determined to find someone else to help him expose Tanarus, Kid Loki tries desperately to convince the Surfer about Thor's existence, finally exasperatedly mentioning that, one time, [[SuperStrength Thor]] headbutted the [[NighInlvunerable [[NighInvulnerable Silver Surfer]] so hard, he ''dented the Surfer's skull''. And it ''works''!At that, the Surfer's face ''lights up'' in realization, and the next panel is him dashing into infinity aboard his cosmic surfboard whilst Kid Loki hangs on for dear life.
4th May '16 10:46:19 AM WanderingBrowser
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* In the post-Ragnarok storyline, in which Thor has been {{RetGone}}d, Kid Loki stumbles across the ComicBook/SilverSurfer in the desert. He tries desperately to convince the Surfer about Thor's existence, finally exasperatedly mentioning that, one time, [[SuperStrength Thor]] headbutted the [[NighInlvunerable Silver Surfer]] so hard, he ''dented the Surfer's skull''. And it ''works''!
* In the ''Thor: Year One'' storyline, Sif is drinking with Loki and the Warriors Three and bantering during Thor's exile from Asgard. The topic comes around to Sif joining the Warriors, and Volstagg responds with a line about how the Warriors are a group for doing "manly things". Cue Sif [[{{Gasshole}} voicing a mighty belch]], which leaves her and the others at the table laughing themselves sick as Volstagg weakly responds that they will consider her application.
15th Jan '16 7:51:45 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** The Warriors Three (Hogun, Fandral, and Volstagg) in the same series are especially hilarious. Especially Volstagg. The best is when the aforementioned Bill is trying to get the attention of an Asgardian and draws the gaze of "Volstagg the Great and Baldur the...also great!" When they are told he is looking for Kelda, they simply look at each other and say, "Kellllldaaaaa..."

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** The Warriors Three (Hogun, Fandral, and Volstagg) in the same series are especially hilarious. Especially Volstagg. The best is when the aforementioned Bill is trying to get the attention of an Asgardian and draws the gaze of "Volstagg the Great and Baldur the...Heimdall the... also great!" When they are told he is looking for Kelda, they simply look at each other and say, "Kellllldaaaaa...""
** In the same incident, when the utterly [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]] Heimdall makes jibes at Volstagg's size - largely motivated by the latter listening to Loki.
9th Jul '15 11:32:14 AM MechWarrior
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* A mortal fry-cook named Bill tries to ask the Asgardian ice goddess Kelda out. He's holding a bouquet and standing on the ground, looking up at the floating kingdom of Asgard in the sky. Kelda looks over the wall and asks him to throw the flowers to her, despite his protests that he can't possibly throw that high. After several tries, he ties a rock to the bouquet and throws it, only for the rock to hit Kelda in the face. Depending on your point of view, this can also be a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome CMOA]] and a [[SugarWiki/Heartwarming CMOH]].

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* A mortal fry-cook named Bill tries to ask the Asgardian ice goddess Kelda out. He's holding a bouquet and standing on the ground, looking up at the floating kingdom of Asgard in the sky. Kelda looks over the wall and asks him to throw the flowers to her, despite his protests that he can't possibly throw that high. After several tries, he ties a rock to the bouquet and throws it, only for the rock to hit Kelda in the face. Depending on your point of view, this can also be a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome CMOA]] and a [[SugarWiki/Heartwarming [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]].
9th Jul '15 11:32:02 AM MechWarrior
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* The Warriors Three and ordinary mortals have always been a hilarious combination. During Simonson's run, the Warriors Three [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2955273.html do New York]], and it is alternately hilarious and heart-warming, such as when Hogun terrifies the PowerPack and Volstagg drinks a bar (yes, a WHOLE BAR) under the table.
** BetaRayBill. Sif. Groucho glasses.
* A mortal fry-cook named Bill tries to ask the Asgardian ice goddess Kelda out. He's holding a bouquet and standing on the ground, looking up at the floating kingdom of Asgard in the sky. Kelda looks over the wall and asks him to throw the flowers to her, despite his protests that he can't possibly throw that high. After several tries, he ties a rock to the bouquet and throws it, only for the rock to hit Kelda in the face. Depending on your point of view, this can also be a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome CMOA]] and a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMOH]].

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* The Warriors Three and ordinary mortals have always been a hilarious combination. During Simonson's run, the Warriors Three [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2955273.html do New York]], and it is alternately hilarious and heart-warming, such as when Hogun terrifies the PowerPack ComicBook/PowerPack and Volstagg drinks a bar (yes, a WHOLE BAR) under the table.
** BetaRayBill.ComicBook/BetaRayBill. Sif. Groucho glasses.
* A mortal fry-cook named Bill tries to ask the Asgardian ice goddess Kelda out. He's holding a bouquet and standing on the ground, looking up at the floating kingdom of Asgard in the sky. Kelda looks over the wall and asks him to throw the flowers to her, despite his protests that he can't possibly throw that high. After several tries, he ties a rock to the bouquet and throws it, only for the rock to hit Kelda in the face. Depending on your point of view, this can also be a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome CMOA]] and a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming [[SugarWiki/Heartwarming CMOH]].
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