Thor has fought such monstrosities as Old Galactus[6] and Gorr, leading the campaign against Gorr's forces even after all other gods were dead or captured, Gorr preferring to leave Thor to witness the end after their history together. In the end, however, Thor was able to defeat Gorr's final plan to create the God Bomb with the aid of his two past selves, the youngest Thor freeing Thor's captured granddaughters while Thor the Avenger destroyed the bomb.[7]

Líf and Lífþrasir

With Earth having become lifeless, Thor often visited Midgard reflecting on its barren nature and mourning its desolation. When Galactus came to devour it, Thor was thrown into deep space and retrieved the All-Black symbiote, using it to repel the Devourer of Worlds.[8] Wounded during his fight with Galactus, he bled upon the Earth causing plant life to grow anew. King Thor and his granddaughters do their best to cultivate the earth so that the flowers and trees and other plants thrive. Fearing his death is near, King Thor's granddaughter Ellisiv comes up with the perfect gift for his birthday to lift his spirits. The three thunder goddesses gather all the bones they can find, stardust from a comet, sap from Yggdrasil, mud from the Well of Urd, three strands of hair from the All-Father, and weave a complex spell of life. They bring to life hybrids of Earth's animals such as shark-birds and zebra-flies and multi-tusked elephants. Overwhelmed by his gratitude at his granddaughters' actions, Thor used the remaining material in the cauldron to create a 'Lif and Lifthrasir', dubbing them 'Steve' and 'Jane'.[9]

Secret Wars

When the Multiverse was destroyed as a result of the Incursions, Battleworld was formed from the remnants of the destroyed realities. King Thor was among those recreated. He later joined the Thor Corps, a group composed of multiple men and women across Battleworld and God Emperor Doom's enforcers of justice. As a Thor Corps member, King Thor worked as their Lawspeaker. King Thor was first seen when the Thor Corps arrested America Chavez of Arcadia for throwing a megalodon over the Shield.[10]

King Thor was among the Thor Corps members that showed up in Technopolis to arrest Tony Stark and Arno Stark for their crimes.[11]

End of Time

After the restoration of the Multiverse, King Thor travelled to the edge of the cosmos to observe the end of the universe and try to find a way to stop it. He was attacked by James Howlett - who had been resurrected and indwelled by the Phoenix Force.[12] Despite Thor being delighted to see his old friend for the first time in milennia, Old Man Phoenix attacked him in retaliation for bringing back the Earth, revealing that Doom - who had been collecting the powers wielded by the Prehistoric Avengers - was returning to conquer it. The two gods' battle shook the cosmos, but Old Man Phoenix was victorious;[13] only being stopped from killing Thor by the Phoenix Force's memories of being the All-Father's lover in the ancient past. Thor and Old Man Phoenix returned to Earth in time to save his grandaughters from being killed, but Thor was incapacitated by Doom's Penance Stare. Logan sacrificed himself to transfer the Phoenix Force into Mjolnir, and Thor smashed Doom into New Midgard's mantle - their 99-year battle triggering earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Emerging victorious from a fissure, Thor collapsed into the Forever Sleep to recover; the Phoenix Force transferring to a new host and warning the Lifs and Lifthrasirs that true darkness was coming to kill them all.[4]


Seemingly those of the Thor and Odin of Earth-616, he commands the Thor-Force which he inherited from his father.


Lacks his left arm but makes up for it with a prosthesis made from the Destroyer.[5]


Flight via Mjolnir.



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