Dc's Thor

#1 Posted by kgb725 (6440 posts) - - Show Bio

i know dc has a thor and that hes evil but how powerful is he compared to his marvel counterpart

#2 Posted by Fernando072295REBORN (502 posts) - - Show Bio

He has a few showings. The one I remember in partifcular is when he gives his Mjolnir to Superman after being killed by the Midgard Serpent or something similar.

#3 Posted by New_World_Order (13071 posts) - - Show Bio

@Fernando072295REBORN: @kgb725: What? Thor evil? Can I see scans please?

#4 Edited by colonyofcells (2038 posts) - - Show Bio

Dc has used Thor as early as the golden age when Thor was in a Sandman story. This was a fake Thor but it is drawn by Jack Kirby.

http://www.comics.org/issue/2240/cover/4/

Would like to see a Wonder Woman vs Thor story. The War of the Gods limited series had norse gods like Thor, Baldur and Loki.

#5 Posted by New_World_Order (13071 posts) - - Show Bio

@colonyofcells said:

Dc has used Thor as early as the golden age when Thor was in a Sandman story. This was a fake Thor but it is drawn by Jack Kirby.

http://www.comics.org/issue/2240/cover/4/

Would like to see a Wonder Woman vs Thor story. The War of the Gods limited series had norse gods like Thor, Baldur and Loki.

Interesting.

#6 Posted by Fernando072295REBORN (502 posts) - - Show Bio

hmm. Looks like he fought Big Barda at some point.

#7 Posted by Selinaky (677 posts) - - Show Bio

@Fernando072295REBORN said:

hmm. Looks like he fought Big Barda at some point.

That looks awesome, I love to see different interpretations of Thor.

#8 Posted by Fernando072295REBORN (502 posts) - - Show Bio

Here's Odin and wonderwoman:

#9 Posted by Fernando072295REBORN (502 posts) - - Show Bio
#10 Edited by evilvegeta74 (4527 posts) - - Show Bio
#11 Posted by 18hunt (2903 posts) - - Show Bio

@selinaky: well Thor is actually suppose to have red hair and a beard. And I like DC Thor a lot, he once fought in Valhalla with Wonder Woman and Clark i think

#12 Posted by 18hunt (2903 posts) - - Show Bio

The funny thing now that they battled for thousands of years and barely aged!

#13 Posted by seekquaze (612 posts) - - Show Bio

@kgb725 said:

i know dc has a thor and that hes evil but how powerful is he compared to his marvel counterpart

I think you are getting your Thors mixed up. Savage Dragon Thor is evil. As far as I know DC's Thor is good.

#14 Posted by PowerHerc (83401 posts) - - Show Bio

@kgb725 said:

i know dc has a thor and that hes evil but how powerful is he compared to his marvel counterpart

I think you are getting your Thors mixed up. Savage Dragon Thor is evil. As far as I know DC's Thor is good.

This is true. DC's Thor has never been evil.

Image really screwed up when they made their Thor evil. What were they thinking?

#15 Posted by Outside_85 (8759 posts) - - Show Bio

As seen above, DC's Thor has appeared a number of times, question remains if the Vertigo Thor is the same (considering Vertigo and DC are in the same universe).

Vertigo's Thor however is... well, he is really top heavy, has a tiny hammer, is pretty rude and stupid. Loki has (in the Kindly One's) a really creepy tale about what he's done to the ignorant Thor (who is very violent towards Loki... but for good reason).

#16 Edited by seekquaze (612 posts) - - Show Bio

This is true. DC's Thor has never been evil.

Image really screwed up when they made their Thor evil. What were they thinking?

I've read up on Savage Dragon Thor and I cannot help but wonder the same thing. I think there is enough room to interpret the Thor of myths to be kind of stupid or a bit of a jerk. But outright evil? I don't see where they could get that. At least Hercules is portrayed as a hero and the one who usually stepped in to stop Thor.

#17 Posted by PowerHerc (83401 posts) - - Show Bio

@powerherc said:

This is true. DC's Thor has never been evil.

Image really screwed up when they made their Thor evil. What were they thinking?

I've read up on Savage Dragon Thor and I cannot help but wonder the same thing. I think there is enough room to interpret the Thor of myths to be kind of stupid or a bit of a jerk. But outright evil? I don't see where they could get that. At least Hercules is portrayed as a hero and the one who usually stepped in to stop Thor.

I don't know why they ever thought an evil Thor would make sense or why they ran with the idea. Maybe Leifield and/or Larsen (the two creators who seemed to use Thor as an antagonist) secretly hate the Marvel version of Thor.

I agree; at least they got Hercules (Herakles) right. I happy they did.

#18 Posted by New_World_Order (13071 posts) - - Show Bio

Wonder Woman.

#19 Edited by SOG7dc (7021 posts) - - Show Bio

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