Okay I just now who forgot posted this so I' sorry I am not taking credit for this but come on people did you think Aaron (The Writer of BOTH Original Sin and THOR) would just have no reasoning behind it? He is gonna have Thor deal with the losing his hammer in an upcoming Thor issue
I don't think that was the best idea by Marvel but like many of the people on here I don't think it was a horrible one. I could agree with the theory Thor started a chain reaction leading to him being unworthy but I also have faith in Jason Aaron because he has been writing Thor and I have loved his take on the series. So I believe in future issues of Thor this will be explored. I don't believe they are just going to drop it right here.
I dropped DC three months ago but I went back and picked the issues of Forever Evil, Forever Evil: Arkham War, and Forever Evil Suicide Squad tie in issues and I've loved them up. I love the Bizarro/Lex Luthor relationship. Especially when Bizarro was afraid of the dark. I love it. I was really liking Infinity but it ended very poorly
I could really see him as Ant-Man just because Ant-Man hasn't always been the funny go lucky guy we think he is to be. There were points in time where he was depressed and angry which Paul is really good at doing as seen by him in Role Models but he can also serious shown in the same movie. Also he has a comedic factor to him shown in movies such as Anchorman. So I love this choice.
EDIT: I Mean this goes for any Ant-Man look at Scott Lang in FF or Henry Pym even though it might be unlikely