Yeah Marvel is really confusing when it comes to who made earth. They had Odin, celestials and a whole bunch of other stuff. They should atleast keep that clean so its not confusing. How hard is it to say? Only so and so made the people of the earth...
Also the sun feat is a nice one to warrant Thor's durability when it comes to heat is still phenomenally high. Nice speed feat presumably at FTL getting from New York to the sun in a few panels, as well.
The Void dispatches Loki and severs the power amping provided by the Norn Stones. Still reeling from that assault, Void turns to deal with an enraged Thor. Thor tackles Void full-on and with the assistance of Ironman ends his threat and Siege.
Hey, ODG, I was wondering, do you have any more scans showing Thor's intellect? A lot of people still think he's a slightly sophisticated brute, and iirc, Thor has some nice feats warranting his smarts, especially when it comes to sharing medical knowledge thanks to his experience as Blake/Olsen.
Here's a cool scan that could fall into Thor's renown/respect factor.
In Mighty Avengers #1, as Carol and Tony begin picking and choosing the new team of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, an interesting statement is uttered by Mr. Stark.
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Note that this was prior to Thor's return after Ragnarok, as Tony at this time believed him to be truly dead. And if Iron Man's opinion, especially as a founding member of the Avengers, doesn't count, nobodies does.
Hey Rage!Do you know what issue were Thor outwitted Thing?And If I remember correctly, didn't Thor once mentioned in Journey Into Mystery#111 that he had skills as a doctor or something?Some people are under the impression Thor is a dumb brute.But that's not the case.
^ Link to your respect thread was fine Rage.Of.Olympus. I linked to the other Thor respect thread here myself. Unfortunately, I am not registered on Herochat.com and have never seen any of its threads (bit annoyed direct links and searches are prohibited to non-members). But I'm confident it's epic.
Also, extraordinarily comprehensive additions to an attribute of Thor's character that I've utterly neglected. The only additions I have to your list for now are the following:
When the Radioactive Man was first introduced, he showed up in Manhattan and announced his challenge to Thor. Donald Blake was in the middle of a delicate operation at the time and a fellow doctor describes his operation as a "masterpiece of medical skill!"
But after tackling him, Radioactive Man manages to send Mjolnir away out of Donald Blake's reach -- who at this point is still coming to grips with his ability to transform into Thor. Being unable at the time to sense Mjolnir, he decides to fashion an x-ray type device "after an hour of frantic electronic experimenting" to locate it. From, Journey Into Mystery #93:
Here, Loki cravenly attacks Donald Blake. Sif is mortally wounded while protecting him and only Donald Blake's medical skills and Thor's godly knowledge of Asgardian magicks and physiology can save her, much to the disbelief of his fellow physicians, from Thor #153:
Oh okay. Herochat's respect threads are worth joining for. I dislike that too. Maybe I'll add my respect thread to a board like narutoforums so it can be viewed by the public. Thanks man. Unfortunately my thread isn't %100 complete. My Laptop crashed the day I finished the thread and I didn't have time to redo it since I was going to Cuba that day. I still have the Battle Equipment, King Thor, Rune King Thor, Non Cannon and Fights (Heroes/Villains/Teams/Cosmic Threats.) sections to finish. Won't take me long. I think I'll be done by the end of the week but I can't all finish it at once because I'm extremely busy with school.
Those are great. I was actually going to add the first scan when I updated the thread but I completely forgot about the second feat.
After his introduction into Marvel lore, the Avengers decide to size up Vision, to see if he can hang with the Avengers. Vision condenses himself to his utmost mass and strikes Thor to little (if any) effect, from Avengers #58:
Here, Nova is forced to fight a possessed Thor, with his full power. And right when the Corruptor loses his control over Thor and his mind begins clearing, Nova unleases his strongest punch, which he cannot pull back. Thor asks for one moment to gather his thoughts and seemingly isn't inconvenienced very much, from The Man Called Nova #4:
Upon having his spirit cast backwards in time by Loki, a distracted Thor is ambushed by Frost Giants who hack away at him with axes. While wounded, Thor certainly isn't cleaved, from Domination Factor #6:
This is another instance where Mjolnir demonstrates perfect control over whirlwinds, such that a cyclone of wind propels the Avengers together without harming or whirling them dizzy, from Avengers #58:
Here, Thor summons a raging funnel of wind, suspending a variety of creatures helplessly. But what should be really noted is that the wind funnel will persist "-- until such time when Asgardian magic should be withdrawn by its golden-haired instigator." Basically, Thor doesn't have to concentrate to sustain even precise manifestations of Mjolnir's storm control, from Avengers #200: