|This hero was proposed but was rejected by the community for not being admirable enough or lacks what is necessary to be a purely good hero. Therefore, this hero shall be added to our "Never Again List", where proposed heroes rejected by the community shall be placed to prevent future proposals of the same do-gooder. They can be proposed again (with the permission of an administrator) if new elements appear in their series that can change their status as non-PG heroes.|
Any act of adding this hero to the Pure Good category without a proposal or creating a proposal for this hero without the permission of an administrator will result in a ban.
|“||You know I’m 1,500 years old. I’ve killed twice as many enemies as that. And every one of them would have rather killed me than not succeeded. I’m only alive because fate wants me alive. Thanos is just the latest in a long line of bastards, and he’ll be the latest to feel my vengeance. Fate wills it so.||„|
|~ Thor to Rocket Raccoon.|
|“||I am the god of thunder.||„|
|~ Thor in Thor: Ragnarok.|
|“||Thank you, sweet rabbit.||„|
|~ Thor to Rocket Raccoon.|
|“||Bring me Thanos!||„|
|~ Thor as he arrives at the Battle in Wakanda - and his most famous line in the movie.|
|“||It's time for me to be who I am, rather than who I'm supposed to be.||„|
|~ Thor to Valkyrie after the Battle of Earth.|
Thor Odinson is the overall tritagonist of the Infinity Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is the titular main protagonist of Thor and its two sequels, one of the titular main protagonists of The Avengers and its three sequels, and a cameo character of Doctor Strange. He is an Asgardian warrior-prince, the God of Thunder and a self-proclaimed protector of Earth. Thor subsequently became well known for his actions on Earth, which included acting as a founding member of the Avengers. He is also based on his original comic book incineration.
He is portrayed by Chris Hemsworth, who also portrayed George Kirk in 2009 Star Trek, Eric the Huntsman in Snow White and the Huntsman, its sequel The Huntsman: Winter's War, Agent H in Men in Black: International, and Tyler Rake in Extraction. Dakota Goyo portrayed the character younger, and also played Max Kenton in Real Steel.
Jaime Alexander, who portrays Sif in the MCU, also played Thor as an illusion.
Thor is a noble warrior and a man of honor. He has dislike of mortal technology and science for creating supervillains and admires heroes with courage, honour, compassion, and the gift of battle. He was very wise about mortal tales and criticizing villains about their abilities they boasted.
Originally, he was very arrogant, full of himself, and sought battle to prove his strength, heroism, and was short-sighted, acting on impulse or however he felt justified. For his actions and inexcusable behavior, Odin stripped Thor of his powers, titles, and rights, banishing him to Midgard until he proved himself worthy of his Asgardian power.
On Earth, Thor was an arrogant stranger and quickly fell into depression when his brother lied to him and how he could not lift Mjolnir. However, he fell in love with Jane Foster and quickly learnt humility and wisdom. This changed him so much that he was even willing to stand up to Loki and protect the Frost Giants, his enemies.
Thor is a very tall Asgardian. He has blonde hair, fair skin, and blue eyes. He has very large arm muscles and long legs. He wears a silver Viking-style helmet, red cape, black armor with silver circles, red wristbands, silver chain mail sleeves, large golden belt, blue tights, and tall golden boots. In Ragnarok, his hair was cut short and his right eye was cut off by his sister Hela, however in Avengers: Infinity War Thor have a eletronic eye by Rocket as a replacement for the original eye.
Powers and Abilities
|“|| I'm not as strong as you.|
No. You're stronger.
|~ Thor and Odin.|
As the first born son of Odin, Thor possesses a number of superhuman attributes common among the Asgardians. However, some of his attributes are considerably more developed than those of the vast majority of his race. Thor is the second most powerful Asgardian in the Nine Realms, second only to his father, Odin the All-Father. Thor is a Norse warrior god, trained and skilled in the arts of battle, which he has practiced for thousands of years. He is recognized to relying solely on his superior fighting ability, strength, and nigh invulnerability. Following his banishment to Earth, Thor greatly withholds his power unless fighting someone with similar strength and durability. Due to his immense power and disciplined perspective, Thor often has to hold back during a fight due to the destruction his strength may cause to his surroundings, such as his fight on the Helicarrier with Hulk. When he does let loose with his powers, Thor is capable of decimating much of his surroundings, such as when he shattered an entire ice shelf during a battle on Jotunheim.
|“||It's like a pirate had a baby with an angel.||„|
|~ Drax the Destroyer.|
- Asgardian Physiology: As an Asgardian, Thor has several superhuman abilities.
- Superhuman Strength: As an Asgardian, specifically the son of Odin, Thor is the strongest Asgardian alive, apart from Odin himself. His incredible superhuman strength enables him to overpower normal humans, Frost Giants, Chitauri aliens, Dark Elves, Ultron Sentries, and various other species within or beyond the Nine Realms. He can lift or move immensely heavy objects effortlessly and can tear through traditionally durable objects, such as Iron Man's gauntlets, like crushing paper. Thor's strength extends to his ability to leap great distances. With his strength, Thor is able to take on multiple enemies at once, using Mjølnir to send large groups of enemies, like the Frost Giants, the Chitauri, or Ultron Sentries flying one by one with each strike. Using his weapon Mjølnir, Thor's strength is compounded, as he is able to swing his mighty hammer with great speed and force. Thor's strength is so great, that he can throw his hammer with enough force to break through nearly any barrier, whether it be stone, metal or dark energy. His strength is so great, that strikes with Mjølnir are usually fatal, knocking out opponents with one hit, and only beings of incredible power, like Hulk and Malekith, can take multiple direct hits from Thor. Hence, Thor was able to shatter a massive Kronan, take down a Leviathan, and even break the Bifrost Bridge, all with only several blows of his hammer. Thor's immense strength also enabled him to break out of an extremely durable confinement capsule (specifically designed to hold the Hulk), stop a mighty punch from the Hulk with his own hand, and punch the latter in the face hard enough to make him stagger. Thor also went toe-to-toe in a prolonged battle against Malekith, whose strength was greatly compounded by the Aether, and ultimately defeated him. During the Battle of Sokovia, Thor was able to easily catch a falling car with one arm, saving the family trapped inside it.
- Superhuman Speed: Thor can move at extreme superhuman speeds. Thor tackled the Hulk through the wall of the Helicarrier in a split second, visibly appearing as a blur. Using Mjølnir, Thor can fly at high speeds, moving across the New Mexico desert in a matter of seconds. While flying Thor can use his speed to strike enemies with immense force, such as when he killed a large creature on Jotunheim by flying through it's skull. He can also swing Mjølnir at such high speeds that it seems like a blur to the naked eye.
- Superhuman Agility: Thor's agility, balance, and bodily coordination make him a great warrior for battle. He moves with incredible grace and speed despite his considerable size and body density. He was able to dodge the wing of a jet fighter thrown at him by the Hulk while they battled in the hangar bay of the Helicarrier.
- Superhuman Durability: Thor's skin, muscle, and bone tissue have many times the density of the same tissue in the body of a human being, making him Virtually Invulnerable. Even when he was stripped of his powers, Thor was still amazingly resilient due to his dense body, withstanding several energy blasts from the Destroyer. When he is at full power and armed with Mjølnir, Thor possesses nigh-invulnerability, including resistance to powerful energy blasts, immense blunt force trauma, falls from great heights, explosions and various other opposing forces. He survived a direct near point blank range blast from Gungnir blasting him out of Odin's chamber, and falling several hundred feet to the ground, showing no visible signs of injury. Thor withstood a 400%-charged repulsor blast from Iron Man, was barely affected by Quicksilver smashing into him at supersonic speeds, and even a mighty punch from Hulk only gave him a nosebleed. During his final battle with Malekith, Thor was even able to survive being hit by quite a few tendrils of the Aether Infinity Stone energy, without any permanent damage. When he is injured, Thor's physique allows him to shrug off minor injuries such as small stab wounds from Asgardian blades, or allows him to withstand a direct blow in the face from a massive Frost Giant and laugh afterwards. However, when matched with a rare enemy that is stronger than himself, like the Kursed Algrim, Thor will eventually sustain injuries and increasingly show signs of exertion and fatigue.
- Superhuman Stamina: Thor's advanced musculature is considerably more efficient than that of a human and most other Asgardians. As a result, his muscles produce practically no fatigue toxins during physical activity compared to those of humans and most other members of his race. His virtually inexhaustible stamina enables him to exert himself at peak capacity for an undefined period of time without tiring at all.
- Regenerative Healing Factor: Despite his astounding resistance to injury, it is possible to injure Thor. However, due to his Asgardian physiology, Thor is able to heal at a rate much faster than a normal human being. After seemingly being killed by the Destroyer and proving himself worthy of Mjølnir once again, Thor regained his full power and immediately healed himself in seconds. Despite receiving mild to sever stab wounds from Asgardian blades on several occasions, after working past the initial pain of the injury, Thor was able to quickly recover and continue fighting. After the brutal beating he suffered from Algrim on Svartalfheim, upon arriving to Earth, he had nearly completely recovered.
- Longevity: Thor, like all other Asgardians, is not truly immortal as it is possible to kill an Asgardian and other beings in the Nine Realms. More accurately Asgardians are extremely long lived beings. Thor ages at a pace far, far slower than a human being as he is at least 1,000 or more years old; more than likely born shortly before the last great war between the Asgardians and the Jotuns.
- Weather Control: Thor as an Asgardian and son of Odin, was born with the natural ability to control weather even though his relying on Mjølnir has caused a lack of practice, and so he has displayed weather control only few times without relying on the hammer. This power is seemingly also tied to his emotions. So far, he has only displayed creating rain and electricity without Mjølnir.
- Electrokinesis: As a part of his weather control powers, Thor can generate electricity from his body without relying on Mjølnir.
|“||You made my men, some of the most highly trained professionals in the world, look like a bunch of minimum-wage mall cops.||„|
|~ Agent Coulson to Thor.|
- Master Combatant: Thor is the greatest and most powerful warrior in Asgard since Odin, and is one of the most skilled fighters to ever walk the planet. Thor is a superbly skilled warrior trained in the arts of war and various fighting techniques by his teachers in Asgard. He is proficient, even masterful in numerous areas of combat, including hand-to-hand and various forms of weaponry available in Asgard, including spears and swords with over centuries of combat experience. He is known to be very cunning and intuitive in battles and in warfare, having fought and defeated over a hundred warriors in Nornheim and battle hordes of Frost Giants with great ease in Jotunheim. He was able to fight and gain the advantage with nearly a dozen S.H.I.E.L.D. operatives, while powerless weakened and mortal, with only his vast fighting skills and experience, as Coulson stated "he made [his] men, some of the most highly trained professionals in the world, look like a bunch of minimum wage mall cops." He was able to maneuver around the larger Hulk and strike him with ease. He also went toe to toe with the highly skilled Dark Elf Malekith, and ultimately defeated him after a prolonged battle. During the Battle of Sokovia, Thor fought and destroyed many Ultron Sentries effortlessly, prompting an irritated Ultron to tackle him away and deal with him personally.
- "It's all in the swing."
- ―Thor to Vision.
- Hammer Mastery: After centuries of practice wielding his hammer, Thor is a master of fighting with Mjølnir and is proficient in hammer throwing. He can even block several energy shots with Mjølnir, from the Destroyer, Loki's staff and Chitauri weaponry.
- Master Tactician: For centuries he has lead Asgard, including Sif and the Warriors Three, into battle against forces with great leadership and employing strategies and tactics adapted from various civilizations across the Nine Realms, including forgotten ones.
- "You got the lightning. Light the bastards up."
- ―Captain America to Thor, on the attack of the Chitauri.
Thor has been entrusted with the mighty hammer Mjølnir, that was forged from the heart of a dying star. Thor's mystical hammer Mjølnir, which resembles a mallet rather than a traditional war hammer, has a number of elemental based powers. It has been stated by Odin himself that Mjølnir's power has no equal. Mjølnir itself is extremely durable,and combined with the various enchantments placed upon it by Odin, it is, for all intents and purposes, indestructible. It has deflected three blast from the Destroyer (which was able to disintegrate anything that it hit) and return the blast back into the Destroyer. Thor often uses the hammer as a physical weapon, with almost nothing being capable of withstanding a hammer blow or throw (with the exception of Captain America's Shield). A few examples of the abilities Thor has shown with Mjølnir are:
- Weather Control: Wielding Mjølnir grants Thor the ability to control the elements of a storm. It can control the elements and can create giant raging electrical storms complete with thunder, lightning, hurricane-force winds, tornadoes, tidal waves, earthquakes, and torrential rains on a moment's notice. He summoned an isolated class 5 tornado while battling the Destroyer, as well as summoning lightning bolt strong enough to destroy a large piece of landscape in Jotunheim. The Norse myths and legends regarded him as a Thunder God because of the hammer's influence over the weather.
- Lightning: Thor's main weapon while using Mjølnir is the ability to summon a lightning bolt from the surrounding skyline. While it is unable to generate electricity on its own, Mjølnir is able to attract the ambient electricity from the surrounding atmosphere and redirect it towards a given target. However, this also puts a limit on the extent to which Thor can use this power at any given time. While on Jotunheim, Thor summoned a lightning bolt strong enough to destroy a large piece of landscape. During the Battle of New York he used the spire of the Chrysler building to channel a massive lightning bolt, which he directed at the portal of the Chitauri to deter a portion of the enemy reinforcements.
- Worthiness Enchantment: After Thor disobeyed Odin and nearly caused a war between Asgard and Jotunheim, Odin banished Thor to Earth without his powers and placed an enchantment on the hammer Mjølnir. "Who so ever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor." This enchantment surrounding Mjølnir prevents it from being wielded by anyone save those who have been found worthy. When Thor sacrificed himself to protect Earth from The Destroyer he proved himself worthy to wield Mjølnir once again and gained full use of his powers. Only Thor, Odin, and Vision are able to wield Mjølnir. Other than that, none who have tried to lift it have managed to make it move. Not even the Hulk's incredible strength could lift Mjølnir.
- "Is this how you normally look?"
"More or less."
- ―Jane Foster and Thor
- Material Transformation: By summoning lightning from the sky into Mjølnir, Thor's clothes are transformed into his armor.
- Mystical Link: Mjølnir obeys Thor's commands as though it were driven by a form of intelligence. Mjølnir went to Thor when it was in a crater miles away, arriving in seconds. Mjølnir will return to Thor whenever he throws it at an opponent. While battling the Hulk in a hanger of the Helicarrier, Thor summoned Mjølnir from another room and it came crashing through the Helicarrier to get to him.
- Massive Speed Flight: Thor is capable of hurling Mjølnir with great force and, by holding onto the leather thong, is capable of flying through the air at tremendous speeds. How fast is not specified, but he was able to remain aloft in the middle of a Class 5 tornado, and traverse the distance from his father's chambers to Heimdall's observatory and back again in seconds.
- Immense Speed: Thor is capable of hurling Mjølnir at great speeds by holding onto the leather thong. In Jotunheim, he bashes the Frost Giants around him, then throws Mjølnir, making it hit multiple Frost Giants in it's path in moments.
- Energy Projection: With Mjølnir, Thor can project powerful mystical blasts of energy. He can even channel energies for stronger energy attacks. With Mjølnir, Odin projects a powerful mystical blast of energy using it to channel an energy blast through it, taking away all of Thor's superhuman powers and destroys what was left of Thor's armor after stripping much of it off of him and throwing him into the Bifrost.
- Indestructible: The Hammer is virtually unbreakable, nothing is able to shatter, dent or destroy it.
- First Set: His first set of armor had a collared blue tunic with red piping, and black
pants. Over the blue shirt he wore a black vest emblazoned with silver overlay. He wore a bright red cape that connected at the shoulders of his vest. His arms were covered in a form of chain-mail and he wore detailed, black, knee-high boots.
- Second Set: Thor’s second set of armor worn while fighting in the forest with Captain America and Iron Man. It was sleeveless with a black top covered in silver plates. It has blue pants and black boots. It had red wrist bands covered with silver arm bracers. It also had a bright red cape. During Thor's stay on the Helicarrier he removed portions of his armor such as his cape, larger arm bracers and part of his chest plate, while in the more relaxed setting. While heading into the Battle of New York he re-donned his cape and heavier portions of his armor, adding to it a set of chain-mail sleeves as seen in the first set.
- Third Set: The Third set was a layered, collared, black vest with gold plates and blue accents worn over a chain-mail shirt. The vest continued into a loincloth which hung over chain-mail and leather pants. The sleeves ended at arm-bracers similar-looking to the vest with a red underside. He wore knee-high brown boots with gold piping. The fifth set also featured a bright red cape that was attached to the vest by two gold disks.
Friends and Allies
Video Games Only
Appearances in Movies
In chronological order:
- Thor, The Mighty Avenger
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week**Thor (concurrent events)
- The Avengers
- Iron Man 3 Prelude (concurrent events)
- Thor: The Dark World Prelude (concurrent events)
- Iron Man 3 (mentioned)
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Season One
- Pilot (mentioned)
- Season One
- Thor: The Dark World
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Season One
- The Well (mentioned)
- Repairs (mentioned)
- The Bridge (mentioned)
- Yes Men (mentioned)
- Season Two
- Who You Really Are (mentioned)
- Season One
- Avengers: Operation HYDRA
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Doctor Strange (mid-credit scene)
- Thor: Ragnarok
- Avengers: Infinity War
- Avengers: Endgame
- Thor: Love and Thunder (upcoming)
|“||Brother, whatever I have done to wrong you, whatever I have done to lead you to do this, I am truly sorry. But these people are innocent, taking their lives will gain you nothing. So take mine, and end this.||„|
|~ Thor to Loki (The Destroyer).|
|“||I would rather be a good man than a great king.||„|
|~ Thor in The Dark World.|
|“||I choose to run towards my problems, and not away from them. Because's that– because's that what heroes do.||„|
|~ Thor to Valkyrie.|
|“||I told you you'd die for that.||„|
|~ Thor to Thanos|
|“||What did you do? What did you do?!||„|
|~ Thor to Thanos, after he snapped his fingers.|
- In the non-canon comic Captain America & Thor: Avengers! Thor and his friends sneak into Svartalfheim to free Fandral who is captured by the Dark Elves led by Queen Alflyse.
- In the comics, Thor was the son of Odin and the primeval Earth goddess Gaea, not Frigga.
- Since Iron Man is dead and Captain America is retired, and Spider-Man is possibly the new protagonist, he might become the new deuteragonist of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- Chris Hemsworth confirmed in an interview that the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder won't be his last appearance in the MCU and he will continue to play Thor beyond this film. He joked stating that Thor is only 1500 years old and is way too young for retirement.
|World of Taika Heroes|
Eagle vs. Shark (2007): Jarrod | Lily