|Death Battle Combatant|
The Prince of Asgard
|Origin||Journey into Mystery #83|
|Appearance(s)|| Thor VS Raiden|
Thor VS Wonder Woman
|“||Have at thee!||„|
|~ Thor during his battle with Raiden|
Thor Odinson is the god of thunder and a superhero from Marvel Comics. He appeared in the 21st episode of Death Battle, Thor VS Raiden, where he went into battle against Mortal Kombat's thunder god Raiden. He returned for the 84th episode, Thor VS Wonder Woman, where he will fight another returning combatant, Wonder Woman from DC Comics. In Thor VS Wonder Woman, he will be voiced by Jonah Scott.
Thor Odinson is the god of thunder from Asgard and is the son of the All-Father Odin. In order to teach his son humility, Odin briefly banished Thor to Earth in a human body by the name of Donald Blake. After regaining his powers, Thor dedicated most of his time to protecting the citizens of Earth, and eventually founded the famous superhero team known as the Avengers with Iron Man, Hulk, Ant-Man, and the Wasp. He would battle many times with his arch-nemesis, his adoptive brother Loki.
Death Battle Info (Thor VS Raiden)
- Real Name: Thor Odinson the Mighty
- Height: 6'6"
- Weight: 640 lbs.
- Secret Identity: Dr. Donald Blake
- Skilled Surgeon & Medic
- Guardian of Midgard A.K.A. Earth
- Superiority Complex
- Super Strength
- Supersonic Speeds
- Self Sustenance
- Inexhaustible Stamina
- Super Breath
- Immunity to Ailments
- Bound to Thor
- Literally means 'Crusher'
- Forged from a Starcore
- Momentum Based Flight
- Anti-Force Energy Blasts
- God Blast (Summons his energy into a beam capable of slaying immortals)
- Nordic Title: Meging Jord
- Belt of Strength
- Doubles Thor's Physique
- Weather Manipulation
- Wind-Powered Flight
- Earthquake Control
- Warrior's Madness Berserk State
- Healing Powers
- Master Marksman
- Top Flight Speed: Mach 32
- Martial Arts Mastery (Viking, Celtic, Saxon, German, & American fighting styles)
- Overpowered the Hulk
- Can Destroy Adamantium
- Escaped a Black Hole
- Strongest Asgardian, aside Odin, lifted the Midgard Serpent
Compared to Raiden
- Stronger, Tougher, & Faster
- Immune to Electricity
- Does not solely rely on electrical attacks
- Mjolnir is ridiculously powerful
- Arrogance only prolonged the fight
- Consistently defeats Loki, who is clever like Raiden
- Smarter, but much weaker
- Immune to Electricity
- More Fighting Experience
- Less Extreme Survival Experience
- Relies on electrical attacks, which were useless
Death Battle Info (Thor VS Wonder Woman)
Death Battle Auditions
Animators who wanted to audition for Death Battle had to create a short fight between Thor and Kratos from God of War. All the fights ended with Thor decapitating Kratos with Mjolnir.
- Thor is the second Marvel Comics character in Death Battle.
- Thor is the first Marvel character with a non-DC comics opponent, with the next six being Beast, Doctor Doom, Wolverine, Deadpool, Captain Marvel and Silver Samurai.
- Thor is also the sixth MCU character to fight a DC Extended Universe character. The others being Spider-Man, Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, and Quicksilver. In this case Thor will fight Wonder Woman in an upcoming Death Battle.
- Thor and his second opponent are the eleventh and twelfth returning combatants in the series, after Leonardo, Batman, Boba Fett, Samus Aran, Goku, Superman, Charizard, Shadow the Hedgehog, Deadpool and Metal Sonic.
- Thor is the 13th male to face against a female in DEATH BATTLE, after Boba Fett, Yoshi, Justin Bieber, Starscream, Gaara, Dante, The Meta, The Scout, Roronoa Zoro, Deadpool (in his 2nd appearance), Nathan Drake and Lucario.
- Thor's strength has not often, but somewhat has been depicted as having no real limitation, similar to He-Man and Superman. This makes him one of the strongest combatants ever on the show.
- Some stories of Thor have Mjolnir actually weigh 42 pounds. However because of the godly Odin Force within Mjolnir, it has the properties of an indestructible and abnormally dense weapon. It is still very possible for Thor to split someone in half even with this misconception.
- Thor's sprite was built off of Thor's assist character sprite from Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes.
- Thor was mentioned in Godzilla VS Gamera, in where Boomstick explains Godzilla matching Thor's strength is part of the reason he won against Gamera.