@leafx: Technically yes but that was the TV version of Arrow versus the movie version of Widow (pre-Captain America: TWS) and Ollie won that. Katzman is sorta cheating us by giving us the same battle only with the comic versions this time.
@justthatkid: Thanks, I just had to be sure I wasn't the only one who saw that. And you're DCUO does need to hurry up and make him a Legends character already, and add water powers to the game while they're at it!
Don't know what's up with all this talk about "I hope to see ____." Why haven't people realized yet that this entire series (for as long as it last) is only going to be about pre-vigilante, pre-super criminal Gotham city. It might as well be called GORDON or Law & Order: Gotham. I'm sorry if it seems like I'm ranting (I'm not) it's just I can't get behind a show that insist on using so many of Batman's supporting character's, like Bullock and Montoya, but keep the person who will later become Batman a kid.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume that the reason this book is still being titled "THOR" is because the male character we've all come to know and love, Thor Odinson, will still be in the book he just won't be using Mjolnir but his axe instead. Meanwhile this "mysterious woman unlike any we've ever seen before" will be going by her regular name throughout the series.
I've been saying this since AvX ended, the next major Marvel crossover event should be a war epic featuring Wakanda and Atlantis. I mean after what Namor did to Atlantis in AvX I don't understand why this hasn't happened yet obviously there is still huge tension between Namor and T'Challa.