There is more than one Thor in Marvel’s universe. It is difficult to know how strong the MCU Thor compares with them. Thor says that he is the most powerful of the MCU Avengers.
A lot of Marvel stories were adapted to the MCU, but not all arcs make it into the MCU. Other than Jane Thor, it’s impossible to predict if audiences will be able to see any other versions of Thor. It’s not likely viewers will see Thor in Love and Thunder fighting any other alternates. But there are others he might defeat.
10 Thrr Hasn’t Seen Serious Conflict
This version of Thor is a slapstick character from Peter Porker’s world. He has never had to deal with any real dangers. Thrr, a native of Arfgard performs comedic bits to win fights. To make his enemies flee from the horrible ‘wet dog’ smell, Thrr brings down rain on a battlefield of canines. Thrr’s world is a lot more fun than the MCU and is appropriate for a lighter audience. He could not face off with the MCU’s Thor. Thor has faced off against Thanos, Ultron, and survived.
9 Don Blake From X-Universe Never Found His Hammer
This version of Thor, without Mjolnir is a normal human. In his comic book days, Thor was known as Donald Blake, but unlike other heroes, his real identity was that of a human. But, Thor, like Superman was not aware of his identity until Mjolnir found him in a cave.
This Don Blake Thor version never found his hammer hidden in a cave. Because Apocalypse began conquering the globe when Blake was supposed find Mjolnir. Don didn’t run away from the danger. He went to great lengths to assist people. In a fight against Apocalypse’s Horsemen, he even gave his life. He was brave but couldn’t beat MCU Thor in straight combat.
8 Cult Leader Thor Wasn’t A Fighter
This Thor version was an individual with a God Complex, but he is even more humble than the ones previously described. From the Ruins series, written by Warren Ellis, this version of Thor is an obsessive cult leader who believes he’s the God of Thunder due to his drug habit. He took hallucinogenic mushrooms that were associated with the Vikings. They put him into an intense berserker’s rage, ready to fight. In this case of Thor, however, it led him to a dangerous path. MCU Thor was compelled to leave the room.
7 Dani Hasn’t Been In Enough Battles To Conquer The MCU’s Thor
Danielle Cage, a new Thor with little experience, is Danielle Cage. Dani, a daughter of Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Old Man Logan, is powerful even before she lifted Mjolnir. She has super strength and endurance from her mother, as well as super endurance from her father. She hasn’t been forced to use her supervillain powers much because the priority of her universe is survival and not justice. Unfortunately for her, Thor, from the MCU, has been fighting villains, monsters, and all day, making him much more skilled in combat.
6 Rogue Would Lose The Mind Game Again
Due her instability, this Thor version has lost already once. The What if …? comics by Simon Furman. Rogue gained the power of Thor and defeated him. MCU Thor, much like his comic counterpart would lose the melee battle against Rogue. All she has to do is touch him once.
However, similar to the What if …?? Comics: Rogue would have MCU Thor’s voice inside her head. He’d then use it to tell her her mistakes. It wouldn’t take long before Rogue lost her mind. MCU Thor had some unkind words for Rogue.
5 James Rhodes’s Thor Powers Come From His Suit
Rhodes, the Thor of the Armor Wars comic by James Robinson is his power. His powers are dependent on his wearing his suit. All the power that Thor is famous for, plus some modifications, are his. One, Rhodes is unable to take off his suit because of the illness that has plagued his reality. This gives him an advantage the MCU Thor could exploit. His powers also appear to be derived from his power suit making them less reliable and consistent than MCU Thor. It would only take a minor malfunction for the MCU Thor to be able to defeat Rhodes.
4 Howard The Duckson Is Pure Comedy And No Substance
Duckson doesn’t have a good sense of his environment, and he would not last very long against MCU Thor. The Howard the Duck alternative claimed to have all of the power that Thor has. It’s difficult to say for certain, as he passed away almost instantly after being introduced. He was also killed just seconds after uttering his name. A common man using a fork to stab him in the back also did this. In the battle that he fought, this ridiculous Thor/Howard alternative was absolutely useless. He could not even match Thor in the MCU.
3 Throg’s Size Advantage Wouldn’t Be Enough
Throg is still learning about his abilities. He was originally a Simon Walterson human, but a mystic transformed him into a frog long ago. This is how he started living amongst the Central Park frogs. Thor arrived to save the tiny amphibians from being invaded by said frogs. Throg was later enlisted to help Asgard when it was in trouble.
MCU Thor is familiar with larger targets such as the Hulk or Surtur and might find it a challenge to fight them. Throg’s lack of experience with his powers will eventually prove to be his downfall.
2 Eric Masterson Was Never Comfortable With The Mighty Power Of Thor
Eric is a normal human who became involved with Thor’s alter-ego, Sigurd Jarlson. He therefore has too many baggage to concentrate on fighting against MCU’s Thor. Eric discovered Thor’s identity and was then swept into the superhero world. He was granted the powers of Thor after Odin banished the original for violating his rules.
Although this was done to protect the Earth, Eric wasn’t comfortable with Thor’s power. Because he was not the same Thor and that his personal life had been ruined by being God of Thunder, none of the Avengers believed him. MCU Thor would not have to do much in order to defeat Eric.
1 War Thor Volstagg Could Be Talked Into Giving Up His Hammer
Volstagg is a member the Warriors Three. While in war zones, he picked up a Mjolnir while traveling to an alternate universe. Volstagg’s connection to the Hammer was made out of trauma and revenge, making him appear out-of-character. Jane Foster was Thor during the incident and was able talk Volstagg to give up his hammer.
The MCU’s Thor had lost his Volstagg version, so he would have a deeper connection to this version, possibly being able talk his friend from the edge in the same manner Jane did.
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