Things really haven’t always been straightforward for Thor in the MCU.
Between the presence of the Guardians of the Galaxy and the return of Jane Foster with superpowers, everything seems to indicate that Thor 4, Love & Thunder Will be the most defining movie in the God of Thunder franchise. Once again, Thor may have to face destabilizing events, forcing him to completely change his perspective. In fact, the hero’s journey in the MCU is far from having been a walk in the park, from his first appearance. His deportation to Earth swept away his self-confidence, leading him to realize that becoming the ruler of Asgard was far from a given. It would have been a little easier if Thor had only had to understand the meaning of the word humility, but it didn’t. The God of Thunder has indeed experienced a particularly sad development in the MCU, see one of the saddest.
Not only has he lost both parents, but also his brother Loki more times than it takes. He even witnessed the latter’s murder at the hands of Thanos, when they had only just reconciled for good. He was also the first spectator of the destruction of Asgard and the tragic demise of a large part of his people. The sledgehammer, however, was his first face to face with the Mad Titan, who forced him to live with such great guilt that he ended up hitting rock bottom and losing all desire to rule. Often seen as the big arms of the team, Thor is nonetheless one of the Avengers who has lost the most, be it his family, his friends, or just his kingdom. After so many trials as sad as difficult, we would not be surprised to see the latter metamorphose and take on a new identity in Thor 4, Love & Thunder.
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