History TearJerker / TheMightyThor

22nd Jan '16 2:57:38 PM StFan
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* Loki, like everyone else, cannot remember Thor following his death in battle against the Serpent. However, unlike everyone else, he knows Tanarus is not the god of thunder, or his brother...and he's upset because he can't remember who ''is''.
--> '''Loki''': You are ''not'' my brother. My brother was--was--
--> '''Tanarus''': Was who... little brother?
--> '''Loki''': ''Kill you.'' I will when I--when I figure all of this out.
** Thankfully an attack from Kelda (accidentally?) jogged his memory.
*** But then in the next issue, it's clearly getting more and more painful for him to hear people call Tanarus his brother. By the end of the issue, he gets [[spoiler: the Silver Surfer]] to remember, and also manages to find Mjölnir.
* Technically this was in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' cartoon and not from a Thor comic, but I still think it counts.
--> '''Wasp''': Should we move his hammer? Hulk maybe...
--> '''Hulk''': Can't move it. Can't even lift it.
--> '''Wasp''': Why not?
--> '''Hulk''': Because I'm not Thor...

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* Loki, like everyone else, cannot remember Thor following his death in battle against the Serpent. However, unlike everyone else, he knows Tanarus is not the god of thunder, or his brother... and he's upset because he can't remember who ''is''.
--> '''Loki''': -->'''Loki:''' You are ''not'' my brother. My brother was--was--
--> '''Tanarus''':
was--was--\\
'''Tanarus:'''
Was who... little brother?
--> '''Loki''':
brother?\\
'''Loki:'''
''Kill you.'' I will when I--when I-- when I figure all of this out.
** * Thankfully an attack from Kelda (accidentally?) jogged his memory.
***
memory. But then in the next issue, it's clearly getting more and more painful for him to hear people call Tanarus his brother. By the end of the issue, he gets [[spoiler: the Silver Surfer]] to remember, and also manages to find Mjölnir.
* Technically this was in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' cartoon and not from a Thor comic, but I it still think it counts.
--> '''Wasp''': -->'''Wasp:''' Should we move his hammer? Hulk maybe...
--> '''Hulk''':
maybe...\\
'''Hulk:'''
Can't move it. Can't even lift it. \n--> '''Wasp''': \\
'''Wasp:'''
Why not?
--> '''Hulk''':
not?\\
'''Hulk:'''
Because I'm not Thor...
5th Nov '15 8:44:32 AM nombretomado
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* In ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' #4 (Matt Fraction's run), Odin and Galactus and their respective forces are fighting over who will gain control of the Life Seed. Instead of fighting head-on, Odin and Galactus engage in a psychic battle where they show each other their worst memories. Towards the end of the issue, we see Galan, a younger Galactus, investigating the impending doom of his universe. The kicker comes when it is revealed to the reader and to Galan that his wife/lover is pregnant. For a brief panel, the reader sees Galan overjoyed at the prospect of being a father, only to have his universe, his lover, and his unborn child die a few seconds later. This one memory overwhelms the mighty Galactus. I'm not one for recons, but this one was rather touching, if only for the reason that it showed that Galactus, The Devourer of Worlds, was once a normal person who had everything taken away from in a brief instance; it really hits home when you realize that he has to kill trillions every year just to keep the current universe from being completely being destroyed.
9th Jul '15 11:37:53 AM MechWarrior
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* A large man materializes in town, and starts to tear the place up. TheMightyThor tries to stop him, but the seemingly mindless berserker is just as strong as he is, and proceeds to kick the crap out out of him. Thor, in desperation to protect the innocent bystanders, powers up and hits him so hard it kills him. Before he has a chance to celebrate, [[spoiler:Balder and Loki run up, too late to inform him that his opponent was Bor, Odin's father and Thor's own grandfather]].

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* A large man materializes in town, and starts to tear the place up. TheMightyThor ComicBook/TheMightyThor tries to stop him, but the seemingly mindless berserker is just as strong as he is, and proceeds to kick the crap out out of him. Thor, in desperation to protect the innocent bystanders, powers up and hits him so hard it kills him. Before he has a chance to celebrate, [[spoiler:Balder and Loki run up, too late to inform him that his opponent was Bor, Odin's father and Thor's own grandfather]].
24th Dec '14 8:25:35 AM Materioptikon
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--> '''Hulk''': Becuase I'm not Thor...

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--> '''Hulk''': Becuase Because I'm not Thor...
14th Oct '14 8:57:34 AM DVB
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* The tragic, heroic death of Bill, born of Bills. He was a mortal fry cook who fell in love with Kelda, a goddess of light. Against all odds, he successfully wooed her, but when he learned that Doctor Doom and Loki were concocting a plan to dissect Asgardians, he tried to stop them with a sword despite having no experience wielding one. Bill was mortally wounded and died, but passed on the message that saved the people of Asgard. As a reward, he was taken to Valhalla--and when Kelda herself died later on, they reunited there.

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* The tragic, heroic death of Bill, born of Bills. He was a mortal fry cook who fell in love with Kelda, a goddess of light. Against all odds, he successfully wooed her, but when he learned that Doctor Doom and Loki were concocting a plan to dissect Asgardians, he tried to stop them with a sword despite having no experience wielding one. Bill was mortally wounded and died, but passed on the message that saved the people of Asgard. As a reward, For his courage and nobility, he was granted a Viking funeral and later taken to Valhalla--and when Kelda herself died later on, they reunited there.
12th Jun '14 2:30:09 AM lalalei2001
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* The tragic, heroic death of Bill, born of Bills. He was a mortal fry cook who fell in love with Kelda, a goddess of light. Against all odds, he successfully wooed her, but when he learned that Doctor Doom and Loki were concocting a plan to dissect Asgardians, he tried to stop them with a sword despite having no experience wielding one. Bill was mortally wounded and died in Kelda's arms, but passed on the message that saved the people of Asgard. As a reward, he was taken to Valhalla--and when Kelda herself died later on, they reunited there.

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* The tragic, heroic death of Bill, born of Bills. He was a mortal fry cook who fell in love with Kelda, a goddess of light. Against all odds, he successfully wooed her, but when he learned that Doctor Doom and Loki were concocting a plan to dissect Asgardians, he tried to stop them with a sword despite having no experience wielding one. Bill was mortally wounded and died in Kelda's arms, died, but passed on the message that saved the people of Asgard. As a reward, he was taken to Valhalla--and when Kelda herself died later on, they reunited there.there.
** The last words of Bill, Born of Bills. He doesn't care that he's going to be honored like a god after death. All he wants is for Balder to make sure to tell Kelda that even after the arguments they'd had recently over the fact that she's an Aesir and he's mortal, he still loves her.
16th May '14 5:46:21 PM DannWoolf
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--> '''Tanarus''': Was who...little brother?

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--> '''Tanarus''': Was who... little brother?
3rd May '14 12:07:56 PM lalalei2001
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** Amora herself was genuinely heartbroken when she learned of Skurge's death, making her realization that she really did love him or least cared about him on some level even sadder. She even tried to resurrect him at least once, to no avail (she actually had to be stopped since her efforts were messing up the space time continuum).

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** Amora herself was genuinely heartbroken when she learned of Skurge's death, making her realization that she really did love him or least cared about him on some level even sadder. She even tried to resurrect him at least once, to no avail (she actually had to be stopped since her efforts were messing up the space time continuum).continuum).
* The tragic, heroic death of Bill, born of Bills. He was a mortal fry cook who fell in love with Kelda, a goddess of light. Against all odds, he successfully wooed her, but when he learned that Doctor Doom and Loki were concocting a plan to dissect Asgardians, he tried to stop them with a sword despite having no experience wielding one. Bill was mortally wounded and died in Kelda's arms, but passed on the message that saved the people of Asgard. As a reward, he was taken to Valhalla--and when Kelda herself died later on, they reunited there.
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29th Apr '14 4:25:49 PM Materioptikon
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* Again with the Simonson run, at one point Thor gathers the warriors of Asgard for a raid into [[{{Hell}} Hela's realm]] to reclaim falsely-taken mortal souls. This mission includes [[WorthyOpponent his old enemy]], [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Skurge the Executioner]]. In the successful raid Thor is mutilated and the Executioner, who used to be [[GoldfishPoopGang an honorable and worthy opponent but has since become a joke]] discovers to his horror that on Ragnarok he will lead the evil dead of Hel to destroy Asgard. He destroys Naglfar, the warship of the dead, by throwing his dimension-warping axe at it, rendering all the work invested on it worthless and delaying Ragnarok until it can be rebuilt. Hela, in a fury, sends all the hosts of Hel after them. Thor is willing to stay behind and sacrifice himself to defeat them. But then the Executioner knocks him out and explains to Balder the Brave:

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* Again with the Simonson run, at one point Thor gathers the warriors of Asgard for a raid into [[{{Hell}} Hela's realm]] to reclaim falsely-taken mortal souls. This mission includes [[WorthyOpponent his old enemy]], [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Skurge the Executioner]]. In the successful raid Thor is mutilated and the Executioner, who used to be [[GoldfishPoopGang an honorable and worthy opponent but has since become a joke]] discovers to his horror that on Ragnarok he will lead the evil dead of Hel to destroy Asgard. He destroys the almost-complete Naglfar, the warship of the dead, by throwing his dimension-warping axe at it, rendering all the work invested on it worthless and delaying Ragnarok until it can be rebuilt. Hela, in a fury, sends all the hosts of Hel after them. Thor is willing to stay behind and sacrifice himself to defeat them. But then the Executioner knocks him out and explains to Balder the Brave:
5th Jan '14 8:16:37 PM billthetaylor
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** Also the narration all but states that Skurge's final thoughts were about his love Amora.

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** Also the narration all but states that Skurge's final thoughts were about his love Amora.Amora.
** Amora herself was genuinely heartbroken when she learned of Skurge's death, making her realization that she really did love him or least cared about him on some level even sadder. She even tried to resurrect him at least once, to no avail (she actually had to be stopped since her efforts were messing up the space time continuum).
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