I have no idea, but apparently this new Ultimate Thor is taking over the Mighty Thor book, I have no idea what they're going to do with Jane in that case. Maybe it will just become a Thor Corps book or something.
As I mentioned before, this makes the hammer look really bad.
Thor believing that the gods do more bad than good, does not justify him losing mjolnir, because now that the hammer is sentient, it means that it felt Thor's doubt, and as a reward for the host who literally bound what remained of his odin force to repair, it leaves him.
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I knew they couldn't handle this concept well, it was forced and never made sense to begin with.
Yes, two writers. Like I said more than one and even more as you will soon see which goes against your claim of no other writer touching on this subject.
This idea of power sharing and Thor being weakened due to power sharing is a well established fact long before B&T.
This era had Odin bestow to Red Norvell Thor's power and Mjolnir along with it. The "power of Thor halved" w/o Mjolnir. Notice how highly Thomas regarded Thor's power. He was half of Asgard's power. http://imgur.com/GIlGdbf.jpg
At the end of B&T Odin himself admits to his folly. "I allowed others to usurp your power rightfully yours. I did REDUCE you to... BITS and PIECES." http://imgur.com/G26NjF6.jpg
Thank you for bringing up this subject. In looking back, balance to his psyche was the thing restored. His power given to others was not.
Technically speaking, to this day he hasn't been operating at full capacity ever since portions of his power were given to others. Bonkers right?
Already showed you multiple writers touching on the subject of power sharing. And I told you it went beyond B&T.
Odin again has given a portion of Thor's power to Red Norvell. Now both BRB and Red "partakes of the power of Thor". http://imgur.com/PCAQ9QH.jpg
Let's not forget Masterson. Eric's son who inherited Thunderstrike now wields his father's granted power. So for years there were 3 beings who have portions of Thor's power.
Which brings us to today. What happened when Jane take's Mjolnir. She gains the "power of Thor". What happened in the past every time Mjlonir is wielded by someone else other than Thor? His power gets halved right?
Now think of the feats he's performed in this "severely weakened state".
Stalemating current Thor who has ridiculously high showings every other issue.
Like one-shotting a powerful group.
Rag-dolling a trans level character.
Creating a lightning blast that can span a solar system.
Or better yet let's get really stupid like swatting away multiple beyonders.
In the end I find this all silly.
It's what the characters do going forward. No point in wanking when I know for sure not long from now, he'll be knocked out by something much less than a mountain falling on top of him.
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Only Ron Marz and even then it was more of a psychological issue more than anything.
But keep making asinine claims as usual.
Uh what? His power was halved as he did not have mjolnir. Mjolnir isn't his personal power, it's powered by odinforce or vaginaforce nowadays.
Don't be dense like carver. It's not like his powers were given to someone else.
All under Ron Marz and never touched again. Guess what, Thor is cured by killing Valkyrie. He didn't get his "power" from BRB or anyone else.
If only someone has ever said about anything that Thor is perpetually weakened. This is the same shit about Surfer being weakened after sonic shark until SS v3. It's never mentioned again and no writer wrote Thor as weakened after.
And yet, Thor is never stated to be weakened anywhere.
He is talking about loss of mjolnir.
Loss of worthiness, not loss of power.
I'm pretty sure, losing to Ulik is also there somewhere.
You're still an idiot. If the writers established that he is more powerful than before, until the reverse is established, he is more powerful than before under that writer.
Maybe next writer won't take it into consideration but Jurgens is here for long haul and he takes power ups very seriously.
Marz and Starling co-wrote the issues leading to the arc and the arc itself. Don't be an oaf. Kthnks.
Yes, psychological. And of of the main reasons is the continuous granting by Odin of Thor's power to other individuals. You are welcome to refute it, but crying and throwing a tantrum is not the way to do it.
Already explained to u it was given to Red Norvell. It was done via having Thor's essence placed in his BoS and Gloves which gave RN Thor's powers. Plus losing Mjolnir to Norvell furthered his loss of power. You know. The scans u keep using of Norvell beating Thor without knowing the full story.
Ron Marz and Starlin. Het it right. Not sure if you're blind or have selective reading skills.
Lol. I have scans that show his power being split to others. I have scans of Odin saying he was reduced to bits and pieces. I have scans that show to this day he shares his might to other characters. I have scans of his power being halved when others wield Mjolnir(which grants them his powers). I have scans that say he's weakened. What do you have? A whole lot of bitching. Now use some brain power and think of the implications.
Yes. Loss of Mjolnir which grants his power to someone else.
And multiple beyonders.
Which is the whole point u numnuts.
It's clear throughout Thor's history that his power is perpetually shared by others. It's useless to dwell in the minutiae of all the power sharing, weakened state, half power, etc.. Because either way, he's going to put up ridiculous feats or get worfed in any state. Comics.
Panties in a bunch. Glad to see ure using one of my fav phrases.