Thor Odinson (Earth-616)

Thor Odinson (Earth-616)

Eyeballs: White (as a Cathexis Ray mutate) (formerly) Irises: Blue No Visible (as a Cathexis Ray mutate) (formerly) Yellow (when infected by a Brood parasite) (formerly)
Blond, White (as a Cathexis Ray mutate) (formerly)
Marvel Comics

Don Rico, Hy Rosen, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber

Chris Hemsworth
Thor Odinson
Siegmund, Siegfried, Dr. Donald Blake, Jake Olson, Sigurd Jarlson, Eric Masterson, Odinson, Herald of Thunder

Editorial Names:
Formerly Unworthy Thor, Thor: God of Thunder, Mighty Thor, Thor: Son of Asgard, Astonishing Thor

Other Aliases:
All-Father Thor, All-Father Odinson, Arkin Torsen, Arthur, Beowulf, Blond Hair, “bork! borkborkbork!”, Brood of Thunder, Brood Thor, Deconsecrator, Donald M. Blake, Donar (Old Dutch name), The Gaea-Son, God of the Firestorm, God of Lightning and Thunder, God of Thunder, The Golden Avenger, Hammer-Thrower, Herald of Thunder, Hloriddi, Hrodr’s foeman, Jake Olson, Jormungand’s Fear, King Thor, Lightning-Caller, The Lightning-Giver, Longbeard’s Son, “No-Name”, Odinson, Phoenix-Son, The Scion of all Asgard, Siegfried, Siegmund, Sigurd Jarlson, Son of Earth, Son of Gaea, Son of Thunderbird, Sparkles, Storm-God, Thorr, Thunaer (Old Saxon name), Thunder Father, Thunderboy, The Thunderer, Uncle Thor, unhappy Hrungnir’s playmate, Veur, Vingthor the Hurler

Asgardians, Avengers (founding member), ally of Beta Ray Bill

Formerly: Heralds of Galactus, Hydra’s Avengers, Thor Corps (Earth-15513), New Avengers, Avengers Unity Division, Axis, Avengers (Heroes Reborn), Avengers of 1,000 AD, League of Realms, God Squad, Queen’s Vengeance, Circus of Crime, Godpack (member and ally), “Thor Corps,” ally of the First Line

Buri (paternal great-grandfather);
Bolthorn (paternal great-grandfather, deceased)

Bor Burison (paternal grandfather, deceased);
Bestla (paternal grandmother, presumed deceased)

Odin Borson (father, deceased);
Gaea (mother);[39]
Phoenix/Firehair (alleged mothers);[33]
Freyja Freyrdottir (stepmother)

Aldrif Odinsdottir (paternal half-sister);
Laussa Odinsdottir (paternal half-sister);
Balder Odinson (paternal half-brother);
Hermod Odinson (paternal half-brother);
Vidar Odinson (paternal half-brother, deceased);
Tyr Odinson (paternal half-brother);
Loki Laufeyson (adoptive brother, deceased);
Loki “Kid Loki” Laufeyson (reincarnated adoptive brother, deceased);
Loki “Ikol” Laufeyson (reincarnated adoptive brother)

Price’s Clone Men (clone “children”)
Other Relatives:
Mimir Burison (paternal great-uncle);
Njord Burison (paternal great-uncle);
Cul Borson (paternal uncle, deceased);
Vili Borson (paternal uncle, deceased);
Ve Borson (paternal uncle, deceased);
K’ythri (alleged maternal “uncle” via Phoenix);
Sharra (alleged maternal “aunt” via Phoenix);
Hoder Vilison (paternal cousin, deceased);
“Brandy” Selby (goddaughter);
All-Black (former symbiote, deceased);
Nobilus (clone);
Ragnarok (clone);
Valkyrie (mental construct, deceased/re-absorbed)

1.9 M
200 lbs
No Dual
A cave in Norway
Venus #11 (July, 1950) (Golden-Age) Journey into Mystery #83 (June, 1962) (Silver-Age)

Thor is the “God of Thunder”, a member of the race known as the Asgardians, a group of humanoid beings from the pocket dimension of Asgard, the Realm Eternal.

Thor Odinson (Earth-616) Biography

The Marvel Comics superhero Thor debuted in the science fiction/fantasy anthology title Journey into Mystery #83 (cover-date August 1962) and was created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, and penciller-plotter Jack Kirby. A different version of the mythological Thor had appeared previously in Venus #12–13 (February–April 1951). Lee in 2002 described Thor’s genesis early in the Marvel pantheon, following the creation of the Hulk. The son of Odin uses his abilities as the God of Thunder to protect Asgard and planet Earth alike. Learn about Thor on the official site of Marvel!

Occupation of Thor Odinson (Earth-616)

Monarch/Lord of Asgard and Asgardian Sky Father, Asgardian God of Thunder, All-Father of Asgard and adventurer; a former crown prince of Asgard, physician, surgeon (as Blake), Construction worker (as Jarlson), EMS Technician (as Jake Olson).

Abilities of Thor Odinson (Earth-616)

  • Superhuman strength, speed, durability and longevity
  • Abilities via Mjolnir
  • Inter-dimensional teleportation
  • Electricity manipulation
  • Flight
  • Weather manipulation

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