EXPLORE Thor

MICE TEMPLAR writer Bryan J.L. Glass sorts out how Valkyrie went from Ragnarok to the Secret Avengers in this week's one-shot
Thor's brother and archenemy LOKI steps into the spotlight with a miniseries this October, preview it here.
Matt Fraction and Pasqual Ferry's era on Thor has finally begun, and Best Shots' George Marston is excited with what he sees
THOR is getting a huge push with multiple new miniseries and a film next spring. We were live at the BCC 2010 spotlight panel
THOR gets entrenched in the CHAOS WAR this November with a two-issue series from writer J.M. DeMatteis and artist Brian Ching
Actor Chris Hemsworth talks about the excitement and worry surrounding playing "Thor" in Marvel's 2011 Tentpole
Bryan J.L. Glass and Tan Eng Huat take a new look at Thor's origin in September, and here's a preview.
FABLES writer Bill Willingham and artist Neil Edwards take on Thor's Asgardian buddies in a four-issue series
Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee's take on THOR continues in September, here's an early look at the next issue.
A few fun videos today to get you through missing out on #SDCC. DCU Heroes Assemble, Spider-Men Galore, and more!
Marvel Studios plans to build on the success of the Iron Man films with 2 more heroes, and they have surprises in store...
DnA step away from the cosmic side of the Marvel Universe to pit two founding Avengers against the High Evolutionary
Find out how Thor's brother went from a god of mischief to a murderer this October, from Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Sebastián Fiumara
Marvel's powerful trio of heroes continues their journey through other dimensions in this lead-in to the future of Thor
Marvel Comics previews July's Thor #612, by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Doug Braithwaite
Bryan J.L. Glass is telling an updated, more detailed version of Thor's origin, in advance of next year's film. He fills us in.
Artist Chris Samnee talks to Newsarama about Thor, Area 10 and Serenity: The Shepard's Tale at C2E2 in Chicago
It's the first image of Chris Hemsworth as Thor and it's, well, godly.