Depends on which Thor, what universe, what specific timeline.
Typically, Thor is a 100+(Far Beyond) Brawler, with superb defenses that include anti-magic defenses, and has a mythical hammer whose power varies according to writer.Usually Thor is one of Marvel's strongest 'Earth-based' warriors, if not -the- strongest.
Hammer does whatever magic shit the writer wants at the time.
The random ass pull powers that are used more than twice are
>Spin hammer real fast until it makes a portal that can go anywhere >Absorb all energy from energy based bad guy >turn things to stone and back >shoot dragonball Z level "godly" energy at things he wants dead now >break spells and enchantments from wizards
But that magic shit is not manly enough so he just hits things with it
Thor is usually the most powerful Earth hero. Other heroes are on his same strength level like Namor, Hulk, Wonder Man, and Hercules but he also has his hammer which gives him a thousand other abilities on top of that.
In the first Secret Wars he took on the entire villain side by himself and was doing well until he decided to leave.
>>79847992 >Thor is usually the most powerful Earth hero. Other heroes are on his same strength level like Namor, Hulk, Wonder Man, and Hercules but he also has his hammer which gives him a thousand other abilities on top of that.
And then some b-list bad guy takes him out half of the time.
>>79845302 Yep. This is seriously the case. I remember one time looking at a comic book wherein Superman was legit knocked out by Dr.Light in one attack.
In another time, a writer would've just had Superman tank Dr.Light's attack and punch his lights out(no pun intended), especially considering the fact that one time he rammed himsellf into a fucking SHADOW MOON at around FTL speed and still only ended up just getting knocked out. There's NO WAY that Dr.Light's attack was even close to being as powerful as that.
But basically, characters like Thor are at least generally more powerful than say, Spiderman.
Sort of how Superman, Green Lantern, and Flash forget 90% of their powers and turn to shit at the ones they do remember. Avengers Thor is taken out by things like sleeping gas. Meanwhile in his own book he will be fighting people in the vacuum of space and then crash into gas giants with no damage done..
>>79847992 >Other heroes are on his same strength level like Namor, Hulk, Wonder Man, and Hercules ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHER ONE OF THESE THINGS JUST DOES NOT BELONG [%]And it ain't fuckin' Wondy.
>>79851486 Uh huh. He sends him flying to another country, and thor immediately passes out. When hulk lands, he starts rampaging all over again as if it did nothing. It was a last ditch effort to just send him far away since he knew he couldn't go toe to toe with him.
>>79852620 Hulk & Herc obviously belong in that weight class so I thought I was making myself clear. I'm no feats-fag but when the shit has Namor ever been that level? Even when underwater, he's Thing-tier.
>>79848362 >taking Marvel event books seriously Same event book that made Doom look and act like a retard that can easily be manipulated because telepathy. Never mind the fact that Doom should have anti-telepathic defenses in his mask. Same event book that claims a Spider-enhanced being is capable of damaging Captain Marvel, a being capable of withstand 100+ punches. Same event book where old man Rogers is actually capable of damaging Tony's latest armor with nothing more than an obsolete piece of shit. Same event books that claimed that Iron Fist is like kryptonite to Phoenix Force.
>>79849580 Jane Foster Thor is weak as shit thought despite whatever claims Aaron made. So what if she can autoaim with Mjolnir like the cancer that she is, big deal. Jane Foster Thor can't even do half the things that Thor does with Mholnir. Nor can she slay and defeat the beings that Thor did with Mjolnir. Jane Foster Thor can't event withstand a pointblank detonation of some nukes without fainting.
>>79854644 Actually less trading blows and more crashing into each other as fast as possible
Namor is sent shooting across the sea and passes out until he wakes up because he's stronger in the water. He makes it back to where he was and sees the Hulk still flying in the air and crashes on land so hard he turns back into Banner
>>79855897 >>79855949 mostly because, you know, it's not the fucking hammer that makes you the God of Thunder, Mjollnir is a mystical object, but Thor is capable of hurling lightning making otherworldly storms (and much more, since his connection to Gaea) on his own, and Jane could never replicate that.
>>79858817 Actually, in the original Viking myths it WAS the hammer that made him the god of thunder. A god's hammerstrikes, that's the myth of how thunder was created. A cracked sky broken under the hammer's terrible blow was how Vikings explained lightning.
>>79855897 I think the idea is that mjolnr is more impressive in her hands, but that is essentially because FemThor just let mjolnr do the fighting.
Though... the only supposedly cool thing FemThor did was have the hammer do like a homing speedblitz on a bunch of enemies.
This already happened in Paul Jenkin's Thor heaven and earth. It was just one panel. But that is precisely what Aaron was hanging his hat on so...
>>79858817 Yeah. Sometimes I wonder if people forget that Thor is an actual elder god. It's just a shame. Thor's feats go up and down. Aaron isn't the only writer to be guilty of this, but it's just obnoixous.
DC doesn't do this to superman or wonder woman. Why does Marvel do it to Thor?
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