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Thor Love And Thunder: 10 Things Only Comic Book Fans Know About Gorr The God Butcher

Gore has a reputation as a godslayer in the comics, but he’s not the only one of his kind. The Desak Destroyer of Gods, the alien race known as the Uncreated, the creatures Mangog, Gorgon, the heirs, and the Japanese god of death Amatsu-Mikaboshi all became godslayers before Gorr, and some even had a higher death rate than Gorr. † †

The MCU often changes the villains in the comics to better fit the story of its expanding universe, so Gore may be the only godslayer in the game. love and thunder† However, some of these other characters may lose their names like an Easter egg for comics fans.

gore grew up on a bare planet

Like many villains, Gore has a tragic backstory. He grew up on a nameless, barren, almost lifeless planet lacking basic comforts due to its highly aggressive environment. His parents died when he was very young, leaving him to fend for himself. Gore was surprised that his people still believed in gods and prayed to them every day.

Thor: Love and Thunder He might keep this backstory to explain Gore’s villainy. The MCU loves a good tragic villain, and Gore’s status as a cosmic outcast fueled by childhood trauma is just too compelling. Taika Waititi also subtly tackles tough issues, giving Gore’s story a greater emotional impact.

gore denies the gods

As mentioned above, Gore’s parents died when he was a child. Years later, he married the alien Allah and had several children who starved to death. Allah also died while pregnant, leaving Gore alone and raging at the gods who never answered his prayers. This resentment led him to deny his existence and his people to expel him for his heresy.

From his perspective, Gore’s grudge against the gods is justified. But since it’s a Marvel movie, Thor: Love and Thunder Probably won’t get too involved in religious debate. Still, Gore’s grudge would give him enough reason to go after Thor and the Olympians.

Gore uses all black

Many Marvel characters have iconic weapons, from Thor and Mjolnir to the Black Knight and his Ebony Blade. Gore also wields the all-black necroblade, which he found on Reaper’s corpse. All black grants him enhanced abilities including matter manipulation, regeneration, and increased durability, strength, and stamina.

Gore was on the brink of death when he first encountered and joined All Black, meaning he would most likely die without a sword.However, since Gore didn’t appear in the trailer, fans still don’t know if he’ll actually use all black love and thunder

Gore nearly killed Thor.

There’s no doubt that Thor has a lot of great villains in the comics, many of whom have already made their MCU debuts. Gore, however, was proud of his position as he was one of the few to outwit him in battle. Gore arrived on Earth in the 9th century and found Thor and a team of Vikings. After several fierce battles, Gore nearly killed Thor, but in the end Thor won and severed Gore’s arm, believing that he was free from the Butcher forever.

Since the Marvel movies are very similar in structure, fans can expect Gore to fight and nearly kill Thor during their first encounter. Thor will be rescued by Valkyrie or the mighty Thor, giving him enough time to recover and face Gore again.

gore commands an army

True to his supervillain character, Gore commands a vast army of minions known as the Black Berserkers. Berserkers are from Newcrosword, so Gorr sees them as an extension of himself. The Butcher covered his tracks by using Berserkers to eliminate those who questioned the deities he killed.

It’s unclear if Berserkers will appear in love and thunder, but they probably will. After all, the final scene of a Marvel movie usually involves massive battles with armies of CGI characters, and Berserker fits that description perfectly.

gore created the holy bomb

The Godbomb is an explosive device that Gore built to advance his agenda. Said to be the size of the moon, Godbomb is the original creation of Shadak, the god of bombs. Gore was built over 400 years using many materials, including the heart of an ancient god. He manages to detonate it, but Thor absorbs the blast with the help of two Mjölnirs.

The MCU already has several great weapons, and Godbomb seems like a prime candidate to join the team.Plus, it sounds like Gore’s perfect plan love and thunder This would explain why Thor and Mighty Thor would work together in the first place.

gore killed

Many comic book villains die at the hands of heroes. However, the three Thors defeated Gore, who managed to defeat them with the many powers he gained from the Necronomicon. However, after Thor stopped the God Bomb, Gore became so weak that King Thor could kill him.

consider love and thunder come out later Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Possibly rewriting the rules of the MCU, it’s possible that all three Thors will appear in the movie. However, since the mighty Thor will also be there, the final battle is likely to be between Gore and the two Thors.

Gore is resurrected by King Loki

Loki is Thor’s nemesis and the source of most of Thor’s troubles through the ages. True to his reputation for deceit, King Loki eventually becomes the master of All Black and brings Gore back to life. However, the Butcher crucified Loki and Thor and taunted them before running away to inflict damage.

Loki is on Disney+, he’s unlikely to be on love and thunder† However, Loki’s variant of stealing All Blacks and using him to resurrect Gore sounds like the perfect end credits scene for the movie, setting up a possible second in the new movie. Thor Trilogy.

Gore finally reconciled

Gore fights Thor again after being resurrected, but fails again. After returning to his mortal form after being separated from All Black, Gore lost his mind and confirmed that he was no longer Thor’s problem. In his newfound troubled state, he left with the sky lords of Indigarr to spend the rest of his life peacefully.

This ending sounds perfect for an already tragic character, and the MCU might want to keep it. This will also bring Christian Bale back online.Only time will tell, but Gore will definitely be the villain Thor: Love and Thunder

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Thor Love And Thunder: 10 Things Only Comic Book Fans Know About Gorr The God Butcher

Gorr has a reputation for being a god-killer in the comics, but he isn’t the only of his kind. Desak Destroyer of Gods, the alien race known as the Uncreated, the creature Mangog, the Gorgon, the Inheritors, and the Japanese god of death Amatsu-Mikaboshi all preceded Gorr as god-killers, and some even have a higher kill count than Gorr.
The MCU often changes comic book villains to better suit the narrative of its ever-expanding universe, so Gorr might indeed be the sole god-killer in Love and Thunder. However, some of these other characters might get name-dropped as easter eggs for comic book fans.
Gorr Grew Up In A Barren Planet

Like many villains, Gorr has a tragic backstory. He grew up on a nameless, barren and nearly lifeless planet, deprived of many basic comforts due to the highly aggressive environment. His parents died when he was young, leaving him to defend himself. The people of his clan still believed in gods and prayed daily to them, to Gorr’s puzzlement.
Thor: Love and Thunder will probably keep this backstory to explain Gorr’s villainy. The MCU loves a good tragic villain, and Gorr’s status as a pariah in the universe driven by childhood trauma is way too irresistible. Taika Waititi can also delicately handle thorny subjects, giving Gorr’s story more emotional impact.
Gorr Denied The Gods

As previously mentioned, Gorr’s parents died when he was still a child. Years later, he married the alien Arra and fathered several children who died from starvation. Arra also perished while pregnant, leaving Gorr alone and enraged at the gods, who never answered his prayers. This resentment led him to deny their existence, causing the people of his clan to banish him for his heresy.
Gorr’s resentment towards the gods makes sense from his perspective. However, being a Marvel movie, Thor: Love and Thunder will probably not get too much into a religious debate. Still, Gorr’s grudges will provide ample reasons for him to hunt down Thor and the Olympians.
Gorr Wields All-Black

Many Marvel characters have signature weapons, from Thor and Mjölnir to Black Knight and his Ebony Blade. Gorr also wields All-Black the Necrosword, which he found on the body of a dead god. All-Black provides him with enhanced abilities, including matter manipulation, regeneration, and enhanced durability, strength, and stamina.
Gorr is on the brink of death when he first finds and bonds with All-Black, meaning that without the sword, he’ll most likely die. However, because Gorr didn’t appear in the teaser trailer, fans still don’t know if he’ll indeed wield All-Black in Love and Thunder.
Gorr Almost Killed Thor

There’s no doubt that Thor has many cool villains in the comics, many of which have already made their MCU debut. However, Gorr has a place of honor, as he’s one of the few to best him in battle. Gorr arrives at Earth in the 9th century, finding Thor with a band of Vikings. After several fierce battles, Gorr almost succeeds in killing the God of Thunder, but eventually, Thor prevails and cuts off Gorr’s arm, believing he got rid of the Butcher for good.
Because Marvel films follow a very similar structure, fans can anticipate that Gorr will indeed fight and almost kill Thor during their first encounter. Thor will be saved either by Valkyrie or Mighty Thor, giving him enough time to recover and face Gorr again.
Gorr Commands An Army

True to his supervillain persona, Gorr commands a large army of minions known as the Black Berserkers. The Berserkers come from the Newcrosword, so Gorr considers them an extension of himself. The Butcher uses the Berserkers to eliminate those who ask about the gods he kills, thus cleaning his tracks.
It’s unclear if the Berserkers will appear in Love and Thunder, but chances are they will. After all, the final act of a Marvel movie tends to include a massive battle against an army of CGI characters, and the Berserkers fit this description to a tee.
Gorr Created The Godbomb

The Godbomb was an explosive device built by Gorr to further his agenda. Said to be the size of a moon, the Godbomb was the original creation of Shadak the God of Bombs. Gorr built it over 400 years, using many materials, including the heart of an Elder God. He succeeded in detonating it, but Thor absorbed the blast using two Mjölnirs.
The MCU already has several incredible weapons, and the Godbomb seems like a prime candidate to join the team. Furthermore, it sounds like the perfect plan for Gorr in Love and Thunder and would explain why Thor and Mighty Thor team up in the first place.
Gorr Dies In Battle

Many comic book villains meet their demise at the hands of a hero. However, it took three Thors to bring down Gorr, who managed to defeat them all thanks to the many powers he achieved thanks to the Necrosword. However, after Thor stops the Godbomb, Gorr gets weakened enough for King Thor to kill him.
Considering Love and Thunder will come out after Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness likely rewrites the MCU’s rules, there’s a chance the three Thors will appear in the movie. However, considering Mighty Thor will also be there, the final battle will probably be between Gorr and two Thors.
Gorr Gets Resurrected By King Loki

Loki is Thor’s archenemy and the cause of most of the God of Thunder’s problems over the centuries. True to his duplicitous reputation, King Loki eventually becomes All-Black’s host and resurrects Gorr. However, the Butcher crucified Loki and Thor and mocked them before escaping to wreak havoc.
With Loki off to Disney+, it’s unlikely he’ll appear in Love and Thunder. However, a Loki variant stealing All-Black and using it to resurrect Gorr sounds like the perfect post-credit scene for the movie, setting up a potential second film in a new Thor trilogy.
Gorr Achieves Peace In The End

Gorr once again battles Thor after his resurrection but fails again. Restored to his mortal form once separated from All-Black, Gorr loses his mind, confirming he wouldn’t be a problem for Thor again. In his new unstable condition, he leaves with the Sky Lords of Indigarr to live the rest of his days in peace.
This ending sounds perfect for an already tragic character, and the MCU might want to keep it. Furthermore, it would leave the door open for Christian Bale to return down the line. Only time will tell, but Gorr will surely make for a great villain in Thor: Love and Thunder.

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