Thor

Thor Thor is a superhero who appears in publications published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Journey into Mystery #83 (Aug. 1962) and was created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, and penciller Jack Kirby. Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, the character is based on the Thor of Norse mythology. He has starred in several ongoing series and limited series, and has been a perennial member of the superhero team the Avengers, appearing in each of the four volumes. The character has also appeared in associated Marvel merchandise including animated television series, clothing, toys, trading cards and video games. The film Thor, based on the character and comic, was released in 2011, with Kenneth Branagh as director and Chris Hemsworth starring as Thor. Hemsworth will reappear as Thor in the film The Avengers, set to be released in 2012 and Thor 2 in 2013.
The Sin City: A Dame To Kill For star reveals his inspiration and thoughts about signing on to play Marvel's Avatar of Death in multiple films, the Thanos/Death dynamic and more! Check it out!
We have been richly blessed with an entire universe of heroes brought to the big and small screens by Marvel. But does that mean they made all the right choices along the way? Hit the jump for more.
Marvel recently made headlines by supposedly changing the gender of one of their most popular characters. However, is it possible the company is just misleading their fans for the sake of a publicity stunt? Hit the jump to hear my take.
Marvel has released a retrospective video showing off a highlight reel of the best moments from Phase 1 & 2 which include the Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, and Josh Brolin's Thanos, who can also be seen this weekend in Guardians of the Galaxy. Come check it out and relive the past 7 years!
In the following interview, Chris Hemsworth reveals that he has some time before shooting THOR 3, before going on to discuss the competitive relationship between the God of Thunder in Avengers: Age of Ultron and much more. Hit the jump to check it out...
After the success and response to my previous editorial pitch for Captain America 3, DrDoom has decided to tackle Marvel's other guaranteed Phase Three sequel: Thor 3. Come check out what I think would be a great direction to take the God of Thunder's next quest!
Russell Dauterman is the artist who will join writer Jason Aaron on the controversial new series which features a woman wiedling Mjolnir and taking the "Thor" moniker. Well, he has now released some character sketches showing off both her and the former God of Thunder...
Marvel Studios has just announced that the next phase of its shared cinematic universe will expand with five new unknown films set for release from 2017 to 2019. Check out the dates after the jump
(Reuters) - Comic book superhero character Thor, who first appeared in 1962 and is based on the Norse hammer-wielding god, will now be a woman, publisher Marvel Comics said on Tuesday.

The publisher said the female Thor is an effort to bring new readers and to appeal to women and girls, whom Marvel said have long been ignored in comics.

It will be the biggest change to its three largest comic characters, Captain America, Iron Man and Thor, according to Marvel.
Yesterday the internet exploded with the news that Marvel's current incarnation of the God Of Thunder would be replaced, and a new female character would take up the mantle of Thor. Check out some of the reactions, including Joss Whedon's, who apparently likes Katee Sackhoff for the movie version!
Found my headline confusing? Then click on my "Rant Of Sorts" to find out the only thing that really irks me about this whole announcement.
We were expecting a big announcement from Marvel regarding a "thunderous" new character, and the beans have been spilled today on ABC's The View: Thor, God of Thunder will now be a Goddess of Thunder as a female character will wield Mjolnir. More past the jump.
Most famously known as The Ninth Doctor on Doctor Who, actor Christopher Eccleston also starred in Marvel Studios' Thor: The Dark World and had a brief stint on NBC's superhero drama, Heroes.
How I learned to both enjoy the character of Loki and his own development journey through the MCU.
Thor is found guilty of putting his hammer down in style. Again!
It's been seven months since Thor 2 first hit theaters way back in November of last year, and this site's very own McGee decides to review this film now. If you have brain cells to spare, then come read this abomination of an article. God help us all!
Framestore conceptual artist, Richard Anderson ("Prometheus"), updated his website with concept art he created for Marvel Studios' Thor: The Dark World. Check'em out!
Conceptual illustrator Kevin Jenkins ("Edge of Tomorrow") has posted conept art onto his website that he designed for Marvel Studios' Thor: The Dark World. Check'em out!
Join the Devil as he looks back at 2011's Thor, a good and somewhat under-appreciated entry into the genre.
Wondering what will happen to the God of Thunder in Avengers: Age of Ultron and beyond? Come check out my theories as to what might play out in Thor 3...
A few weeks ago, Daily Asgardian News produced a hilarious R-rated cut of The Avengers. Because it was such a success, they'll just keep doing creating them until everybody hates it! Here's their latest, an R-rated cut of the Thor films... Enjoy!
You probably alredy know about two of them but i know a third one and it was in front of our faces this whole time.
The award-winning international visual effects company, Method Studios, has released a new breakdown video detailing the digital effects that their crew created for Thor: The Dark World.
You knew it was coming... After a month of the film's release on DVD and Blu-Ray, CinemaSins finally got around to doing the latest "Everything Wrong With" in their franchise, in which they fire down upon Marvel's Thor: The Dark World.
Taking a look at characters not yet shown on the big screen, were can they be incorporated in films? Taking section by section, character by character I'll try and show just about every character that's at least worth screen time. Starting with the Thor universe.