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|Full Name:||Thor Odinson|
|First Appearance:|| Venus Vol. 1 #11 ( first Golden-Age appearance)|
Journey into Mystery Vol. 1 #83 (first Silver-Age appearance)
|Created by:||Don Rico, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber|
|Place of Birth:||A cave in Norway|
|Base:||Asgard, near Broxton, Oklahoma, formerly New York City, New York|
|Affiliations:||Asgardian gods, Avengers, Avengers Unity Division; formerly God Squad, Queen's Vengeance, Godpack, "Thor Corps", Chrono Corps, League of Realms|
|Powers/Abilities:||Indomitable Will, Mind Resistance, Limited Knowledge of Magic, Multilingual, Expert Combatant, Skilled Tactician, Leadership Skills, High Influential Connections, Diplomatic Immunity, Gifted Intellect|
|Height:|| 6' 6" (1.98 m)|
5' 9" (1.75 m) (as Blake)
|Weight:|| 640 lbs (291 kg)|
150 lbs (71 kg) (as Blake)
"There is a saying among the super hero community that has even reached the hallowed halls of Asgard... "With great power comes great responsibility." The question is... what happens when the power is too great? What should be thy responsibility then?"
On Thor's eighth birthday, Thor received Mjolnir, an extremely durable Hammer created with Asgardian metal known as Uru.
As he became more powerful, Thor became very arrogant, engaging in heroic battles, declaring himself as the greatest warrior in Asgard, and almost starting a war. Due to his pompous personality, Odin decided to give Thor a lesson in humility. He confiscated Mjolnir and sent Thor to Earth and he was remodeled in the doctor known as Donald Blake.
Thor as Donald lives a normal life until he found a stick while stuck in a cave. After banging this stick against the wall, Donald finds out he can become Thor, God of Thunder as his own will.
Founding Avenger Edit
- Thor placed 14th on IGN's Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of All-Time in 2011.
- The traditional winged helmet that Thor often wears was gifted to him as an adolescent from his father Odin.
- Thor prefers lattes to coffee, as revealed in Uncanny Avengers (Volume 1) #1.
- Thor was the first Marvel character in a comic book to coin the catchphrase "Avengers Assemble!' in Avengers #10.