Thor strenght level

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#1 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

i think its 100 tons am i right?

#2 Posted by Agent Danny (448 posts) - - Show Bio

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#3 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

Apparition says:

"somewhere over that."

ohh so he stronger so like what 110

#4 Posted by Apparition (11349 posts) - - Show Bio

somewhere over that.

#5 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

Apparition says:

"probably way more then that, but they stop at 100 tons, so they dont tell you how much stronger."

o cool thanks guys

#6 Posted by The_Martian (36984 posts) - - Show Bio

He is is stronger than 100 tons. How much is undetermined. They usually just say they are above 100 tons though. After that point its kind of unkown and you have to kind of guess by feats who is stronger than who. So he is above 100 tons though.

#7 Posted by Apparition (11349 posts) - - Show Bio

probably way more then that, but they stop at 100 tons, so they dont tell you how much stronger.

#8 Posted by Apparition (11349 posts) - - Show Bio

Andferne says:

"Thor himself was a class 100 in strength, without his belt. His belt was and has alwasy been said to double his strength. Which could mean that Thor can lift over 200 tons."

he doesnt need the belt to lift over 200 tons. being class 100 just means you can lift over 100 tons. not that you can only lift 100 tons. he's lifted things well over 200 tons lots of times without having his belt on.

#9 Posted by the creator (8577 posts) - - Show Bio

From the official sources, he was able to routinely lift in excess of 100 tonnes (and as Wonderman - at 95 tonnes was meant to be almost as strong, 110 tonnes sounds sensible).

However his feats of strength in the comics indicate the ability to lift far in excess of this, perhaps tens of thousands of tonnes.

#10 Posted by Porter (84 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't forget how Thor gets into these ' "Warrior madness" which increase his strength tenfold'

#11 Posted by Alpha (7331 posts) - - Show Bio

This has just been placed on a higher level now.
If you check out Thor/Secret Invasion #3, you will see what I mean.
Him and Bill do a Superman feat. And even if you divide the feat by the two, it stills is great.

#12 Posted by LstPaladin (9430 posts) - - Show Bio

You are sort of right, but not really.  It says he can list over 100 tons.  Now it also states that he uses about 2/3 of his power.  So it would be around 130 tons.   If he is using the belt of strength it would double that to lets say 260 tons.   This would also go higher if he went into the warrior's maddness which will increase his strength by 10.   

In other words, he can lift way over 100 tons

#13 Posted by Alpha (7331 posts) - - Show Bio
LstPaladin said:
"You are sort of right, but not really.  It says he can list over 100 tons.  Now it also states that he uses about 2/3 of his power.  So it would be around 130 tons.   If he is using the belt of strength it would double that to lets say 260 tons.   This would also go higher if he went into the warrior's maddness which will increase his strength by 10.   

In other words, he can lift way over 100 tons"

That's what class 100 means, the ability to lift well over 100 tons. The characters list as this upper limits are not known (Hulk,Thor,Hercules).
The point I'm making is that lifting the World Serpent was always considered his greatest feat. Now in Thor Secret Invasion, him and Bill lifted Asgard. Even cut in half, that is a greater feat now.
#14 Posted by #1ElderScrollsFan (1991 posts) - - Show Bio
@the creator said:
"

From the official sources, he was able to routinely lift in excess of 100 tonnes (and as Wonderman - at 95 tonnes was meant to be almost as strong, 110 tonnes sounds sensible).

However his feats of strength in the comics indicate the ability to lift far in excess of this, perhaps tens of thousands of tonnes.

"

Very exquisitely worded and correct.
#15 Posted by JThree47693 (2538 posts) - - Show Bio
@Alpha said:
"LstPaladin said:
"You are sort of right, but not really.  It says he can list over 100 tons.  Now it also states that he uses about 2/3 of his power.  So it would be around 130 tons.   If he is using the belt of strength it would double that to lets say 260 tons.   This would also go higher if he went into the warrior's maddness which will increase his strength by 10.   

In other words, he can lift way over 100 tons"
That's what class 100 means, the ability to lift well over 100 tons. The characters list as this upper limits are not known (Hulk,Thor,Hercules). The point I'm making is that lifting the World Serpent was always considered his greatest feat. Now in Thor Secret Invasion, him and Bill lifted Asgard. Even cut in half, that is a greater feat now. "

The Midgard Serpants weight was said to be immeasurable right?
#16 Posted by Primarch (595 posts) - - Show Bio
@JThree47693 said:
The Midgard Serpants weight was said to be immeasurable right? "
I believe so, and as an Asgardian Monster its skin is probably extremely dense, so even though its a snake/monster thing that can be large enough to wrap around Earth and bite its own tail, which suggests its ridiculously heavy, you can probably triple the weight of a snake that size to account for its density. In that aspect its probably as heavy, if not heavier then the Earth itself.
#17 Edited by King_Thor (96 posts) - - Show Bio

Well... 
 
In the recent Secret Invasion, Thor mini, Thor and Beta Ray Bill lifted Asgard over their heads...after Thor allowed it to fall on and crush that Skrull monstrosity.  As easily as the two of them lifted Asgard over their heads...I'm guessing either of them could have soloed that lift.  The mass of Asgard that sits over Oklahoma? Probably several 100 thousand tons.  And that's a frugal estimate.  That is an enormous chunk of geography...
 
Thor is easily in the elite class of superheroes in any comic universe when it comes to superhuman strength. 
 
I think Marvel should revise their strength scale.  They usually classify in increments of 10 tons with "class 100" meaning 100 tons or more.  It's like after 100, they forget how to count.   Nevertheless, it's very misleading.  For instance, Colossus of the X-men can lift just over 100 tons.  But in no way does he come close to equaling the strength of a Thor, Hulk or Silver Surfer, three beings also placed in the 100 ton category.  For visual reference, 100 tons is almost exactly the same as four fully loaded 45 foot trailers that are attached to a tractor trailer truck (the tractor, the trucks pulling the the trailers, weigh up to 10 tons...).  Anyone that has kept up with Thor over the years knows Thor has many feats of strength well beyond 100 tons. 
 
And that's without knowledge of the Runes or the power of the Odin force. 
 
And keep in mind, that with the lifting of the Midgard Serpent, a creature said to have one-third the mass of earth (earth's mass being 13.2 billion trillion ton) Thor has also demonstrated incalculable strength.  One-third of that number is 4.4 billion trillion tons. 
So for all those guys out there that say Thor does not have strength on par with Superman... 
 
They are simply wrong.  And all these feats are without the advantage of the so-called "Warrior's Madness" (which increases his strength ten-fold).  How one even quantifies that kind of strength...I don't even know. 
 
Thor is one strong dude.

#18 Posted by BlackestShite (243 posts) - - Show Bio

Still not strong enough to overpower the Hulk or Sentry
 

#19 Posted by Thor's hammmer (7184 posts) - - Show Bio

according to stan lee and a recent official marvel statemeant he is stronger than the hulk but he lifted the world serpeant which sould be which should be over a 14 digit figure without warriors madness and as it is worded on some sites "Thor is capable of effortlessly lifting far in excess of 100tons"
#20 Edited by PowerHerc (85153 posts) - - Show Bio


Thor is definitely able to lift far over 100 tons, but he's not as strong as Hercules or a very enraged Hulk.  

He's still stronger than Sentry, Silver Surfer, Hyperion, Blue Marvel and Gladiator.

#21 Posted by velle37 (6059 posts) - - Show Bio

Doesn't thor lift some "UNLIFTABLE" sword? odinsword or something.
 
that's probably more than 100 tons.........
#22 Posted by llagrok (677 posts) - - Show Bio

A train is more than a 100 tons. The kind of things Hulk or Thor would toss around like a baseball. Trying to put a number on someone with class 100+ strength level seems pointless, since Marvel has already filed them under "impossible to gauge". Thor, Herc and Hulk in particular can all lift way, way, waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay over 100 tons and have done so several times. Hercules held up the freaking heavens not long ago in incredible hercules, and Thor literally pushed back gene-written death in the world engine. Whenever Wonder-Man or The Thing even comes close to these guys, it's the writers being nice and inconsistent. 

#23 Posted by Thor's hammmer (7184 posts) - - Show Bio

@PowerHerc: 
 
Gladiator is faster than Thor, Thor is stronger than gladiator as gladiator has matched thor when thor`s speed was amped but in a regular fight gladiator admittid Thor was too strong for him  
 
sentry at the end of seige was stronger but sentry was weaker at the end of wwh  
 
I belive Ive already showin you the scan of thor and hercules arm wrestling so ill leave that out 
 
and yes I belive that at some point the Hulk could eventually become stronger than thor  

 

 

#24 Edited by King_Thor (96 posts) - - Show Bio
@BlackestShite said:

" Still not strong enough to overpower the Hulk or Sentry
 
"

Sure about that?  Might wanna read Siege #4.  End of story.  And in continuity, Thor and Hulk have always tied...save for Thor's knockout of Hulk by lightning bolt. 
 
Nice picture, though.
#25 Posted by llagrok (677 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor and Hulk have not always tied. 
 
They tie in strength until the Hulk reaches a certain point. But Thor can always lightningkill.

#26 Edited by jasraj (4728 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor is stronger than stafire, anyway, it has been said that he can easily lift 100 tons without effort.
#27 Posted by Gambit1024 (9890 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor and Hercules are equal in terms of strength. In one issue Herc challenged Thor to an arm wrestling match. Thor took his offer, and when they started, they caused the Earth to shake. Herc admitted that Thor was his equal in terms of strength and they called it a stalemate. 

#28 Posted by Ry Fryy (370 posts) - - Show Bio

They were probably being kind to one another.  Thor and Hercules have what we call a bromance.

#29 Posted by Susanoo (5909 posts) - - Show Bio
@BlackestShite said:

"Still not strong enough to overpower the Hulk or Sentry
 
"


Thor BFR or KOs Sentry because he didnt come back for the rest of the issue. Also when Thor landed Sentry was charged/ready and was going to punch Thor until Thor beat him to the punch.

 
 
#30 Posted by saiyan_earthling (5477 posts) - - Show Bio

over 100 T's

#31 Posted by Hyperlight (6323 posts) - - Show Bio

thor is in the elite on earth along with sentry(dead), hercules, hulk, and the blue marvel. those guys r ridiculously strong. namor is probably in top 5 or 10 too

#32 Posted by Theworldbreaker (1642 posts) - - Show Bio

He has planetary streangth  
 
this is all the proof we need 

 


and has tied or even sometimes beaten herc before and has the majority of wins over hulk who has beaten hercules and hercules has done this 

 


A myth? i think not! and superman,Wounder woman, and martian manhunter all 3 of you can suck it! it took all 3 of you to move the earth and look at what these guys are going for!

#33 Posted by JeredMcCorkle (27 posts) - - Show Bio
@The Mighty Thor: 
 
Well, classically Thor (like the Hulk, Hercules, and the other Marvel top tiers) is rate as 100+, which means in excess of 100 tons.  Most of Thor's lifting feats are well over this this though.  If we have to translate it to tons, I'll say Thor can lift at least 365,000 tons.  That's the approximate weight of the Empire State Building, and I think Thor could lift that if he needed too.
#34 Posted by hydrabob--defunct (14860 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor is just a beast if he went into warriors madness he could have tossed that serpent like it was a silly band
then you add in his belt which doubles it again kinda overkill but if you got em you might as well smoke em
while thor mat not be able to move at hundreds of light years per second like silver surfer, even silver surfer doesn't move that fast in combat 
and thor has FTL reflexes with magical attacks that have beaten the mightiest earth has also alot of the time he is holding back what do you do when this guys lets loose on somebody (I would hate to be that guy)

#35 Posted by MrDirector786 (43636 posts) - - Show Bio

Just a question, is Thor physically stronger than Odin? I remember seeing in an old Silver Age Comic Thor physically overpowering Odin when he had been bewitched by Loki and Loki said he was even stronger than Odin. Thing is, that was a long time ago and I don't know if it was a one-time thing or if it has been shown that Thor is physically stronger than Odin in other instances.

#36 Posted by Valkyrja (24 posts) - - Show Bio

At some point I remember Odin mentioning that Thor was physically stronger, but lacked the control and mystic power that Odin mastered. I wish I had pix to back me up but I remember it :P

#37 Edited by Valtot (4502 posts) - - Show Bio

well um is that pic from classic thor? which im led to belive is like pc superman version. Thors alot stronger than 100+ tons and is close to hulk so over the 1million ton range, and ye dude thor doesnt have anywhere near planet busting strength

#38 Posted by Theworldbreaker (1642 posts) - - Show Bio
@Valtot:
Beta ray bill busted planets like they wer nothing in beta ray bill godhunter and Bill is thor's eqaul. besides we still have that serpent feat he should defently be able to bust a planet.
#39 Posted by Valtot (4502 posts) - - Show Bio
@Theworldbreaker said:
"@Valtot: Beta ray bill busted planets like they wer nothing in beta ray bill godhunter and Bill is thor's eqaul. besides we still have that serpent feat he should defently be able to bust a planet. "

he didnt "bust a planet" he went threw it im pretty sure blowing him up, and his durablity wasnt the only thing that aloud him to do it he gets stronger around heat.
#40 Posted by Rage.Of.Olympus (434 posts) - - Show Bio

Nah, Bill was outright busting planets. No, he simply has better stamina in an environment of extreme heat. He doesn't get stronger.

#41 Posted by Valtot (4502 posts) - - Show Bio
@Rage.Of.Olympus: 
 
this is the planet busting feat lol look closely, notice they go to the core and it blows up, its not like that just hit a planet and boom
       
#42 Edited by Rage.Of.Olympus (434 posts) - - Show Bio
@Valtot: 
Planet busting: 
 http://i673.photobucket.com/albums/vv95/galanphotos/brb_strike1.jpg
 http://i673.photobucket.com/albums/vv95/galanphotos/brb_strike2.jpg 
 http://i673.photobucket.com/albums/vv95/galanphotos/brb_strike3.jpg
 
#43 Posted by vidarrodinson (137 posts) - - Show Bio

When marvel did their Handbooks they should have added a  zero.  Thor should be able to lift over !000 tons.  At 100 tons, Superman is like ten times stronger.  Now, they are stuck between a rock and a hard place.  You are what you put on paper.

#44 Posted by Thor's hammmer (7184 posts) - - Show Bio

He destroyed a planet by hitting BRB, lifted the world serpeant, shifted the earths orbit while arm wrestling hercules, and rewrote reality by moving the world engine.
#45 Posted by brantumbo (139 posts) - - Show Bio

recently he squatted argard(with bills help). he commanded the entirety or asgard to fall onto him, and then he lifted it up in a squat. i would go out on a limb and say that asgard is probably 1/4 the weight of the mountain range that hulk held up in secret wars, but even he admitted that the only reason he could do that was becuase of leverage. thor not only held it up, but lifted it back up. i would put thor and bill lifting argard from a squat in the same class as hulk holding up a mountain range with leverage.

#46 Posted by Valtot (4502 posts) - - Show Bio
@brantumbo:

dont forget they used the hammers to amp there strength
#47 Posted by SC (13299 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor has deus ex machina strength. Meaning it cay vary, but essentially means, that he can lift anything including the impossible, and the contradictory. He is not exclusive in that strength class though, but he does have pretty impressive objective and subjective strength feats, and writer credibility, which is important since this is fiction of course, and a lot of characters strength levels can be deus ex machine, so consistency can be a factor. 

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#48 Edited by vidarrodinson (137 posts) - - Show Bio

When Marvel first came out with their Handbook(the first editions) ther was only two characters strength class 100.  They were Hercules and the Abombination.  The Hulk could exceed 100 tons if he were enraged.  He started at 70 tons calm.  Thor,Ulik,Wonderman 95.  Juggernaut 90.  Thing 85.  Sub-Mariner 75.  Collossus 70. Ironman 40/90 for short burst.  They should have said,  Hey that was supposed to be 1,000 tons.  
#49 Posted by PowerHerc (85153 posts) - - Show Bio
@vidarrodinson said:
"When Marvel first came out with their Handbook(the first editions) ther was only two characters strength class 100.  They were Hercules and the Abombination.  The Hulk could exceed 100 tons if he were enraged.  He started at 70 tons calm.  Thor,Ulik,Wonderman 95.  Juggernaut 90.  Thing 85.  Sub-Mariner 75.  Collossus 70. Ironman 40/90 for short burst.  They should have said,  Hey that was supposed to be 1,000 tons. "

Your numbers (except for Iron Man - 11 to 91 tons) are accurate, but exactly who do you think should've been listed at 1,000 tons?  Thor?  Hercules?  Angry-Hulk?  Others? 
#50 Posted by Theworldbreaker (1642 posts) - - Show Bio

  

  Seriously though, it is.

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