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Below is an index of former Thors of the Thor Corps. They existed on Battleworld; however, for many their domain of origin prior to joining the Thors Corps was unknown.


Member Index of the Thor Corps

Brunnhilde (Earth-15513)

Brunnhilde (Earth-BWUD) from A-Force Vol 1 3 001

Brunnhilde was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched to the Sentinel Territories to apprehend Baroness She-Hulk for violating the sanctity of God Emperor Doom's Battleworld borders. They pursued She-Hulk as she fled back to Arcadia through a portal created by Asgardian magic. Medusa intervened, hurling the Thors back through the rapidly closing portal to the Sentinel Territories in hopes of buying enough time to prevent She-Hulk from being exiled like Ms. America before her, a decision which cost Medusa her life as Gamora struck her down with a parting bolt of lightning channeled through her Godslayer. Shortly thereafter, she returned to Arcadia with reinforcements to take She-Hulk into custody.[1]

Unable to find her, the Thors declared A-Force outlawed, and thanked Loki for her loyalty to Doom, stating that she most likely would become the next baroness of her domain. As Loki talked about keeping Arcadia safe and accepting the throne, she was suddenly attacked by A-Force, who used Singularity as a method of transportation. Loki was defeated in battle and the Thors realized that she had been the traitor all along. As Loki accepted that there was no way for her to rule over Arcadia any longer, she used her magic to break a giant hole through The Shield that protected Arcadia from the Deadlands.[2]

The Thors then teamed with A-Force to defend Arcadia from an invading army of zombies. Even with combined number of heroes fighting the undead, they were overwhelmed; however, to save her new friends and the domain, Singularity stepped in, absorbing all of the zombies into herself, before flying up into the sky, and exploding in a flash of light while saying goodbye. The Thor Corps then pardoned She-Hulk and took Loki into custody in her stead.[3]

Gamora (Earth-15513)

Gamora (Earth-BWUD) from A-Force Vol 1 3 001

Several Gamora on Battleworld, whose domains of origin are unknown, became members of the Thor Corps.

One such Gamora was dispatched to the Sentinel Territories to apprehend Baroness She-Hulk for violating the sanctity of God Emperor Doom's borders. They pursued She-Hulk as she fled back to Arcadia through a portal created by Asgardian magic. Medusa intervened, hurling the Thors back through the rapidly closing portal to the Sentinel Territories in hopes of buying enough time to prevent She-Hulk from being exiled like Ms. America before her, a decision which cost Medusa her life as Gamora struck her down with a parting bolt of lightning channeled through her Godslayer. Shortly thereafter, she returned to Arcadia with reinforcements to take She-Hulk into custody.[1]

Unable to find her, the Thors declared A-Force outlawed, and thanked Loki for her loyalty to Doom, stating that she most likely would become the next baroness of her domain. As Loki talked about keeping Arcadia safe and accepting the throne, she was suddenly attacked by A-Force, who used Singularity as a method of transportation. Loki was defeated in battle and the Thors realized that she had been the traitor all along. As Loki accepted that there was no way for her to rule over Arcadia any longer, she used her magic to break a giant hole through The Shield that protected Arcadia from the Deadlands.[2]

The Thors then teamed with A-Force to defend Arcadia from an invading army of zombies. Even with combined number of heroes fighting the undead, they were overwhelmed; however, to save her new friends and the domain, Singularity stepped in, absorbing all of the zombies into herself, before flying up into the sky, and exploding in a flash of light while saying goodbye. The Thor Corps then pardoned She-Hulk and took Loki into custody in her stead.[3]

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Another Gamora was sent to Hala Field to squelch the insurgent Banshee Squadron.[4]

Captain Marvel distracted the Thors until the others could get to their fighters. A fierce dogfight ensued until Kit Renner betrayed her fellow Thor, allowing the Banshee Squadron to escape and pursue their mission to reach The Void.[5]

Iron Thor (Earth-15513)

Iron Man (Earth-BWUD) from Squadron Sinister Vol 1 1 001
Alias: Iron Man

Iron Thor was a Thor Corps member dispatched to Utopolis to inquire with the Squadron Sinister as to the reasoning behind their recent expansionist activities. King Hyperion asserted that their neighbors were also aggressive and that the annexations were necessary for the security of his people, to which Iron Thor remarked that they should have nothing to fear from him if that were true, before departing, stating that he would show himself around. Roughly eight hours later, King Hyperion and Warrior Woman discovered the corpse of Iron Thor and Nighthawk was tasked with autopsying the body to find the killer, then dumping the corpse in a location that would never be found, as they didn't have much time before the rest of the Thor Corps, or possibly God Emperor Doom himself, came looking for them.[6]

Mark sought the counsel of his closest ally, Baron Sinister, to help discern who the murder might be. Sinister informed Hyperion that it was likely a traitor within his own ranks, someone wishing to personally do him harm; meanwhile, Kyle discovered Zarda was working for the Nutopians.[7] Nighthawk used the resultant paranoia to set up Whizzer for having stole an argonite weapon and then, after Jim's death by Hyperion's atomic vision, convinced Doctor Spectrum that it was actually Warrior Woman who had killed Iron Thor, because she was working with the Nutopians, and planned to frame him for the murder. Kinji gave Kyle his Power Prism, so that he couldn't be tracked, and then fled the domain. Thereafter Zarda fulfilled her end of a previous deal with Nighthawk, to avoid being outed for betraying them to the Nutopians, by telling Hyperion it was Doctor Spectrum who had killed Iron Thor. Kyle then convinced her that she too best flee the domain.[8]

Nighthawk then utilized both the argonite and the Power Prism he'd acquired from Kinji to kill King Hyperion before being attacked by Sandman, Jacob Burnsley, and an army of Starbrands from Nutopia; however, a massive contingent of Thors intervened, taking Kyle to Doomstadt. There he stood trial for the murder of Iron Thor by means of a Power Prism he'd taken from the corpse of Doctor Spectrum during the annexation of Supremia Province, with Warrior Woman delivering the crucial testimony, that ensured he was ultimately found guilty of sowing discord within his domain, for which he was sentenced to life beyond The Shield.[9]

Jonathan Clay (Earth-51920)

Jonathan Clay (Earth-51920) from Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies Vol 1 4 0001
Alias: Rawhide Kid

Jonathan Clay was the member of the Thor Corps who arrested Hank Pym for smuggling Adamantium between realms.[10]

Kurt Wagner (Thor Corps) (Earth-15513)

Kurt Wagner (Thor Corps) (Earth-15513) from A-Force Vol 1 3 001
Alias: Nightcrawler

Kurt Wagner was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched to Arcadia after Baroness She-Hulk resisted arrest and fled.[1] Unable to find her, the Thors declared A-Force outlawed, and thanked Loki for her loyalty to God Emperor Doom, stating that she most likely would become the next baroness of her domain. As Loki talked about keeping Arcadia safe and accepting the throne, she was suddenly attacked by A-Force, who used Singularity as a method of transportation. Loki was defeated in battle and the Thors realized that she had been the traitor all along.[2]

Leonard Williams (Earth-15513)

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Alias: Tyrone Cash

Leonard Williams was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched to Hala Field to squelch the insurgent Banshee Squadron.[4]

Piotr Rasputin (Thor Corps) (Earth-15513)

Piotr Rasputin (Thor Corps) (Earth-15513) from A-Force Vol 1 3 001
Alias: Colossus

Piotr Rasputin was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched to Arcadia after Baroness She-Hulk resisted arrest and fled.[1] Unable to find her, the Thors declared A-Force outlawed, and thanked Loki for her loyalty to God Emperor Doom, stating that she most likely would become the next baroness of her domain. As Loki talked about keeping Arcadia safe and accepting the throne, she was suddenly attacked by A-Force, who used Singularity as a method of transportation. Loki was defeated in battle and the Thors realized that she had been the traitor all along.[2]

Roger Norvell (Earth-15513)

Roger Norvell (Earth-BWUD) from A-Force Vol 1 1
Alias: Thunderstrike

Red Norvell was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched to Arcadia to take Ms. America into custody for breaching The Shield and forsaking the sanctity of God Emperor Doom's Battleworld borders.[11]

Samuel Wilson (Earth-15513)

Samuel Wilson (Earth-15513) from A-Force Vol 1 1
Alias: Falcon

Sam Wilson was a member of the Thor Corps dispatched to Arcadia to warn Ms. America she would be taken to custody for breaching The Shield and forsaking the sanctity of God Emperor Doom's Battleworld borders.[11]

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Sif (Earth-15513)

Sif (Earth-BWUD) from A-Force Vol 1 3 001

Sif was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched to the Sentinel Territories to apprehend Baroness She-Hulk for violating the sanctity of God Emperor Doom's Battleworld borders. They pursued She-Hulk as she fled back to Arcadia through a portal created by Asgardian magic. Medusa intervened, hurling the Thors back through the rapidly closing portal to the Sentinel Territories in hopes of buying enough time to prevent She-Hulk from being exiled like Ms. America before her, a decision which cost Medusa her life as Gamora struck her down with a parting bolt of lightning channeled through her Godslayer. Shortly thereafter, she returned to Arcadia with reinforcements to take She-Hulk into custody.[1]

Unable to find her, the Thors declared A-Force outlawed, and thanked Loki for her loyalty to Doom, stating that she most likely would become the next baroness of her domain. As Loki talked about keeping Arcadia safe and accepting the throne, she was suddenly attacked by A-Force, who used Singularity as a method of transportation. Loki was defeated in battle and the Thors realized that she had been the traitor all along. As Loki accepted that there was no way for her to rule over Arcadia any longer, she used her magic to break a giant hole through The Shield that protected Arcadia from the Deadlands.[2]

The Thors then teamed with A-Force to defend Arcadia from an invading army of zombies. Even with combined number of heroes fighting the undead, they were overwhelmed; however, to save her new friends and the domain, Singularity stepped in, absorbing all of the zombies into herself, before flying up into the sky, and exploding in a flash of light while saying goodbye. The Thor Corps then pardoned She-Hulk and took Loki into custody in her stead.[3]

Tarene (Earth-15513)

Tarene (Earth-BWUD) from Planet Hulk Vol 1 1 001

Tarene was one of the Thor Corps members dispatched on a mission to Greenland where they were attacked by Tribal Hulks while flying over the Mud Kingdom.[13]

She later attended the wake of Stormbreaker Ray at Valhalla's Mead Hall in the Kingdom of Manhattan and participated in the roundup of suspects potentially responsible for the murder.[14]

Thor Odinson (Thor Corps) (Earth-15513)

Thor Odinson (Thor Corps) (Earth-15513) and James Braddock (Earth-81518) from Secret Wars Vol 1 2 001
Alias: Old Man Thor

This elderly Thor was one of more notable members of the Thor Corps. His partner was the young Thor of Higher Avalon and was first seen when he and Thor of Higher Avalon brought Mister Sinister of Bar Sinister to Doomgard where he was accused for allying with King Hyperion of Utopolis. After James Braddock was sentenced to the Deadleands, the elderly Thor and Thor of Higher Avalon were the ones who took him there. The elderly Thor was killed by the Cabal while investigating a craft in Utopolis;[15] later, his corpse was taken by the Sheriff of Agamotto.[16]

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