Asgardians of the Galaxy. Explanation The trailers for Thor: Ragnarok being very similar in tone to the Guardians of the Galaxy films has drawn many comparisons between the two franchises. The fact that "Asgard" and "Guardian" mix together perfectly when combined as one word was noticed right away amongst the viewers.
This one has since Ascended: in 2018, Marvel Comics started a new series with that same title, and in Avengers: Endgame, Thor calls himself and the Guardians the "Asgardians of the Galaxy".
Loki and Hela's Uncanny Family ResemblanceExplanation Dark haired and grandiose villains with pointy helmets and a black/green color scheme. despite lack of blood relation has prompted joking speculation that Thor was the real adopted one.
Others compare Hela to Aku, due to her spiky headpiece creating a similar silhouette. At least one parody video has already been made.
"He stood alone at Gjallerbru!" note A common reaction to the shot of Skurge in the first trailer, which homages one of the character's mostfamousmoments in the comics
A lot of attention has been brought to Hulk's new hairstyle◊, with some claiming that it makes him look handsome.
It has become quite common for people to juxtapose Thor and his allies (Hulk, Valkyrie, and Loki) with Team Cap and Team Iron Man and use the caption "Team Thor". An alternative name is "Revengers", which is Thor himself's suggestion to call the team.
A pre-existing meme that originated with Jurassic Park: When Skurge finally makes it to the court to announce Thor's arrival, Loki observes, "You had one job!"
"Jeff Goldblum as himself", and jokes that he didn't actually have a script or costume, but just showed up on set in his casual clothing.
"I have been falling... for thirty minutes!" Explanation This line is widely considered Loki's most quotable.
Comparing Loki's appearance in this movie to Tommy Wiseau's character from The Room, especially when he's in his civilian getup.
"PISS OFF, GHOST!"Explanation Korg mistakes one of Loki's illusions for a ghost and shouts this as he tries to attack it. It's largely considered one of the most memorable lines in the movie.
"Hey, min."Explanation Korg's catchphrase, spoken through Taika Waititi's thick New Zealand accent.
"BLEH! IT'S ME!"Explanation Thor's description of Loki disguising himself as a snake and revealing himself with this line before stabbing Thor, when they were children, no less, has spawned many jokes about Loki doing this in other situations.
"Is he, though?"Explanation Thor's reaction to Bruce saying he can be useful without the Hulk has gotten a lot of mileage as a reaction image.
In the wake of Game of Thrones Season 8, this meme has basically been married with Daenerys Targaryen's condescending smile to form memetic conversations between two equally smug people. Ironically, Thor was only being brutally honest to Banner.
Thor knows Surtur's parent.Explanation In the opening, Surtur greets Thor with "Thor, son of Odin." Thor replies with, "Surtur, son of... a bitch."
"You can't defeat me!" "No, I know, but he can!" Explanation Hela and Thor's final exchange before the newly revived Surtur springs into action. Typically used as an exploitable to make fun of a situation in a show or game where it's nearly impossible to beat a boss without a special item, or making fun of how some characters get randomly stronger to fight a more powerful enemy.
"I've never met this man in my life.◊" Explanation Loki denies that he knows Thor in spite of the latter screaming and yelling that they're siblings. Has been exploited as people denying association with others or just showing off the weird effectiveness of Paper Thin Disguises.