- Acceptable Targets: Brunhilde is a man-hating, sexist, straw(wo)man who spreads close minded teachings to her students, the Valkyries. Throughout her screentime she does nothing but venomously proclaim that men are more evil than anything else and that they are "good for only one thing" (sex). She seems to be somewhat of a parody of DC Comics' Queen Hippolyta and the Amazons of that universe. Even when Thor saves her life from a Frost Giant, she never thanks him, and instead tells Sif to join them "when she's ready." aka when she's ready to hate all men indiscriminately. Before that she even threatened to have Sif executed along with the men just for questioning her.
- Alternative Character Interpretation: Odin, as usual. Was he really a heartless monster for not coming to help the Dark Elves when they first appealed to him, or was he genuinely trying to avoid escalating a war that may not have been his responsibility to deal with in the first place?
- Jerkass Woobie: Algrim.
- The Woobie: Loki, at the end. The stricken look on his face and his tears after he murders Algrim just makes you want to hug him. Luckily, Thor does it for you.
YMMV / Thor: Tales of Asgard