Thor just succeeded in killing [Spoiler], Proving he’s actually the strongest avenger


Although Thor has always been ranked among the strongest members of the Avengers, he recently reached new heights of power after agreeing to become a Herald of Galactus. And now Thor # 6 illustrates just how mighty the mighty Thor has become in 2020, as the God of Thunder slays his most formidable opponent yet. Read on to find out which new foe has fallen to the might of Mjolnir , but beware of Full spoilers for Thor # 6 ahead!Thor is arguably at the peak of his divine strength right now, having first ascended to become Asgard’s new Allfather, and then imbued with the Power Cosmic by Galactus. Galactus needs a powerful Herald to help him defeat the Black Winter, a sentient cosmic plague currently sweeping the multiverse. It even killed the Justice League, but as Thor learned in issue # 5, Galactus has a very personal reason for despising Black Winter. In the previous incarnation of the Marvel Universe, before becoming the Devourer of Worlds, the man known as Galan de Taa was the Herald of Black Winter. The Black Winter reveals that he has no interest in destroying the universe again. He just wants his right arm back.At this point, Thor is fed up with the temporary alliance he forged with Galactus. The God of Thunder absorbs all the energy he helped gather Galactus and turns it against his “master.”

Art by Geoff Shaw. (Image credit: Marvel)

The last time Thor directly fought Galactus in the 2011 Mighty Thor series, he barely managed to damage his enemy’s armor. This time around, one of the most powerful beings in the universe is shattered and defeated. But Thor is not finished. Equally disgusted with the dark winter, Thor channels all of his power into Galactus, turning him into a bomb that wipes out both enemies.

When the dust finally settles, Galactus is nothing more than smoldering armor and the Black Winter has been reduced to a single snowflake. But before Thor crushes the plague to death, it shows him a vision of his death. Even though the story goes several months ahead for a victorious Thor reigning over his kingdom, he’s still haunted by what he saw at that point:

Art by Geoff Shaw. (Image credit: Marvel)

That’s right, apparently Thor is doomed to die fighting Thanos, the Mad Titan wielding both a black version of the Infinity Gauntlet and Mjolnir empowered by the Infinity Stones, while also controlling an army of Marvel Zombies for good measure. . Writer Donny Cates started his vast Marvel cosmic saga with Thanos Wins in 2017, and it looks like all roads lead to Thanos in the end.

At the moment, no one knows when this fateful conflict will unfold, but we have a better idea of ​​what the immediate future holds for the Odinson. Asgard is currently at peace, though an unknown foe manipulates Thor’s fate and erases the future previously seen in Jason Aaron’s Thor race. Each day, Thor sinks into a drunken stupor and Mjolnir grows heavier. He might have been strong enough to kill Galactus, but how can Thor fight an enemy who doesn’t show his face?

We also need to ask ourselves what the consequences of Galactus’ death will be. It has long been established that Galactus is less of a villain than a necessary cosmic balancing force that keeps life in check. What happens when this balance is destroyed?

Let us know in the comments below what you think of Thor’s impressive victory and the implications of his take on Thanos.In other comic book news, check out Wolverine’s bloody new anthology series, and learn how the recent layoffs from WarnerMedia could impact DC Comics in 2021.
Jesse is a mild-mannered writer for IGN. Allow him to lend a machete to your intellectual thicket by following @jschedeen on Twitter.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here