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Subj: Re: Just a few thoughts on Hulk's role in Thor:Ragnarok.
Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 at 04:04:07 pm EST (Viewed 370 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Just a few thoughts on Hulk's role in Thor:Ragnarok.
Posted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 at 09:42:22 pm EST (Viewed 430 times)
Quote:I think he is making a reasonable conclusion that needs to be answered by Marvel directors. Didn't Thor in the Comics gain the Odinforce after Odin died? In the film, we didn't see electricity come out of his hands until after Odin died.
Quote:We didn't see electricity come out of Thor's hands until after Hela appeared. We didn't see electricity come out of Thor's hands until after he met Dr. Strange. We didn't see electricity come out of Thor's hands until after he landed on Sakaar. Correlation is not causation. The movies are not the comics, and even in the comics Odin has died several times without Thor gaining the Odin Force. When the Celestial Fourth Host killed Odin, Thor didn't get the Odin Force. When Surtur and Odin died together under Walt Simonson, Thor didn't get the Odin Force. When Odin died after a battle with Mangog, Thor didn't get the Odin Force. There has only been one instance in which Odin died and then passed the Odin Force along to Thor.
Quote:Anyway, it's clear that Thor does not have the Odin Force in the film because first, the Odin Force has never been mentioned in the movies and so we don't even know that it exists in the MCU. Second, the movie is about Thor finding his own source of strength. When Odin asks Thor if he's the God of Hammers, it's certainly not to say that Thor is the God of the Odin Force.
I agree with you totally, but the nearest I think we get to their being an OF mentioned is when the Odin Sleep comes up. But I think they just say to rejuvenate Odin's power. I remember thinking that folks would not understand that bit in the first film.
However, there is no indication that it passes or anything else. Thor may have the power he does because he is the son of Odin (like Hela is his daughter) but the power is innate to Thor. That is made clear in the film.
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