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Subj: It doesn't have to be that bad.
Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 at 12:46:08 am EDT (Viewed 6 times)
Reply Subj: exactly.
Posted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 at 11:22:05 pm EDT (Viewed 19 times)

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Is he sad, does he feel grief? Of course. But he shows it after the battle is fought and won/lost. He is a freaking Viking warrior god.

Right now is the time for him to get freaking angry and unleash some righteous wrath. His people are still fighting on and are dying. He doesn't just kneel down and cry.

I even found it strange, and I posted on it, that the Asgardians just left Latveria instead of trying to exact vengeance upon Doom. Balder himself said the time was for vengeance, and then with one sentence Loki talked him out of it and they just left. What happened to our Asgardians?

Thor got busted up pretty bad by Void (Sentry) before he leveled Asgard, and Thor was already injured before his engagement. I get the impression that right after Asgard fell, its a chaotic situation where most seem to think its over with the defeat of Osborn.

Its only THEN that Void shows up without the Sentry appearance, and the heroes realize its far from over....

Bottom line is that I fully get that Thor has the heart of the warrior, but it seemed like things were over, and in the albeit short aftermath of the battle, Thor probably found some time to reflect. I thought that showing was better than the one in Siege # 3, where Thor almost seemed casual about the destruction of Asgard.

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