Are you worthy? Wield the power of the Thor with this 1:1 scale role-play prop replica! Features intricate detailing, sound effects, and a light-up... Read more
"Surprise." Derived from the hit movie Thor: Ragnarok, this Thor: Ragnarok Loki Deluxe Version Nendoroid Action Figure comes with four face plates... Read more
"I'm not a queen or a monster. I'm the Goddess of Death." The Thor: Ragnarok Hela One:12 Collective Action Figure captures the malicious intent of... Read more
Let your mischievous side shine! This Marvel Studio's 10th Anniversary Thor Ragnarok Loki Pop! Vinyl Figure #376 measures approximately 3 3/4-inches... Read more
" 'Cross the Rainbow Bridge of Asgard, where the booming heavens roar, you'll behold in breathless wonder, the god of Thunder, Mighty Thor!" This... Read more
"He's a friend from work!" The Hulk as he appeared in the Thor: Ragnarok movie. One of the biggest statues Diamond Select has ever made! Limited... Read more
You guys are in trouble now! Thor boasts his look at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. The God of Thunder raises Stormbreaker as lightning strikes... Read more
The Marvel Avengers: Infinity War Thor FiGPiN Enamel Pin is amazingly detailed and is able to stand up with the signature FiGPiN rubber backer stand.... Read more
Where's Mjölnir when you need it? Marvelous statue of gladiator Thor as he appears in Thor: Ragnarok. A limited edition of only 1,000 pieces, it... Read more
The Prince of Asgard joins the Nendoroids! Based on the hit movie Thor: Ragnarok, this unique Thor: Ragnarok Thor Deluxe Version Nendoroid Action... Read more
It ain't easy fighting Thanos! Rocket and battle-ravaged Thor stand on a terrific diorama base. Hand-numbered limited edition statue. Sculpted by... Read more
Thor and Hulk inspired by the 2017 film Thor: Ragnarok ! Individually numbered 66 and 70 in the Marvel Pin Mate™ series. Retro-styled, 2-inch scale... Read more
Thor is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, the character first appears in Journey into Mystery #83 (August 1962) and is based on the god of the same name from Norse mythology. Thor's father, Odin, decides his son needs to be taught humility, and consequently places Thor (without memories of godhood) into the body and memories of an existing partially disabled human medical student, Donald Blake. The mortal experience shapes Thor into an honorable and courteous individual who's loyal to all comrades.
The 2011 Thor feature film was directed by Kenneth Branagh, with Chris Hemsworth in the title role.
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