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Subj: Re: It would certainly explain a lot...
Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 at 10:56:48 pm EST (Viewed 215 times)
Reply Subj: It would certainly explain a lot...
Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 at 05:44:11 pm EST (Viewed 275 times)

    She certainly seems to have animosity towards Odin and contempt for Thor...recently threatening to cut off his 'one good hand'.

I haven't read the recent issue yet.

    Once she remembered the slightest detail of what was wiped she abandoned her husband and son.

Actually she regained her memories of the "chance of godhood event" decades before she met her husband and had a son. Therefore those particular memories have no bearing on the decision she made to leave her family.

    So its pretty clear that Jane certainly thought her life with Kincaid and Jimmy was at worst a sham and at best less than what she deserved.

I never read anything cannon wise that implied your statement or supports your speculation/theory.


      She was offered the invitation to become a goddess but couldn't meet the challenge. When she failed and asked Odin to return her to Earth, there was NEVER, not ONCE, did Jane ever show any remorse, hatred, or ill-will towards Odin until Aaron took over.

    Other than abandoning her family for something as slight as a vague memory of her real past.

??? Again she regained her lost memories decades in advance of meeting Kincaid when Sif saved her life by sacrificing her godly life-force into her.


      So this theory is reaching for something that is doubtful to happen.

    I agree its doubtful to happen but I don't think its reaching very far at all.

I just explained why it is. After Jane regained those lost memories decades ago, she never showed any animosity or contempt for Odin or Thor until Aaron and his Mother Storm entered the scene.

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