Thor: Ragnarok dropped last Thursday night, and Mike Fahey and Gita Jackson had a chance to see it shortly afterward. We sat down to talk about the movie’s great jokes, Space Jeff Golblum, and where Ragnarok ranks for us amongst the other Marvel movies.
With the November 2 release of Thor Ragnarok, the most exciting Thor film since 1988's The Incredible Hulk Returns TV movie, the folks at Build-A-Bear gird their cuddly line-up for battle with an online exclusive team of Marvel’s mightiest god and monster.
The Jane Foster in these shots is Kes, a cosplayer from Germany who has been building outfits and dressing up for over a decade. The Thor, on the other hand, is her boyfriend Marcel, who is cosplaying for the first time.
While moviegoers have to wait until November to watch the Hulk and Thor battle for Jeff Goldblum’s amusement, Lego fans can get in on the action starting this month with a new pair of Thor: Ragnarok playsets—Arena Clash and The Ultimate Battle For Asgard. How ultimate is it? Eh, middlin’.
The ultimate unlock in Smite’s 2016 World Championship-funding Odyssey is finally live, and I get a chance to put Ragnarok Force X Thor through his paces.
With the introduction of the Japanese pantheon to the god-based MOBA coming early next year, Smite wanted to do something special to make the incoming deities fell welcome. Ragnarok Force X Thor should do the trick.
Unlike the big blond guy who preceded her, the woman who’s wielding Mjolnir isn’t immortal. In fact, she’s fighting one of the worst fatal diseases to ever plague mankind. And being a superhero is complicating her treatment a whole lot.
Crux1836 asked his kid what he wanted for his fourth birthday. When he said “a Thor hammer…a REAL Thor hammer!”, dad had to get to work.
Months ago, Marvel Comics passed the mantles of some of their most popular heroes to newcomers. Sam Wilson, a.k.a. The Falcon, became Captain America. And someone new—a mysterious masked woman—started swinging Thor’s hammer. Now, we know who she is. Let’s see why she’s worthy.
Of all the major superheroes who can defy the laws of gravity, Thor's mode of flight seems like one of the most unlikely: spinning his magic hammer Mjolnir around and holding on after flinging it. Is there any way that would actually work? Science actually says yes.
Ever wonder what it would be like if Captain America beat the crap outta Ash from Pokemon? Or what if Thor fought Master Chief?
The costume isn't always everything. Sometimes, the icing on the cake is the make-up.
Chloe Bruce, stunt double for Zoe Saldana in Guardians of the Galaxy and Jaimie Alexander in Thor: The Dark World, posted these photos of the Guardians of the Galaxy stunt doubles:
It's not the same design as the official art, but hey, the 2014 Comic-Con is as good a Comic-Con as any to rock a Lady Thor outfit.
Thor's hammer isn't real, except in the hearts and minds of comic nerds everywhere. Thank your lucky stars, because if it was real just being near it would kill you.
This brotherly throwdown is the work of Jordan Tseng, 17, who writes in the video's YouTube introduction, "I'm going to have the University entrance examination [in] 2 weeks." Yeah. Just go ahead and pass him already.
Jaimie Alexander plays Lady Sif in the Thor movies. She recently visited the Children's Hospital Los Angeles, but instead of going as Jaimie Alexander, she went as Lady Sif. Sword, armour, the works.