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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - dogooder
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Jews believe that Jesus was a real person.
Just not the son of God
User avatar #17 to #16 - malific
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Exactly.
#68 to #17 - drtennant
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If you go by actual christian teachings we're all sons and daughters of god, which just makes the point moot in the ******* first place.
If you go by actual christian teachings we're all sons and daughters of god, which just makes the point moot in the ******* first place.
User avatar #180 to #68 - rieskimo
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Actually if you read the bible we are all sons of Adam and Eve, and in a roundabout way we are all called the children of god. What made Christ significant was the fact that he was a direct descendant of God's. God made whoopie with some virgin and that chick had Jesus(and good ol' Joe was suspiciously cool with all of this).
User avatar #213 to #180 - drtennant
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I generalized, but once again I don't take stock in books.. or maybe I should start, I know curious george is curious because it says so in a book.
User avatar #214 to #213 - rieskimo
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Look, I'm an agnostic. I take all scripture in all forms with a grain of salt; but the scripture, as I understand, is there as a teaching device. A pool to pull from to guide people.

I'm in no way spiritual, but I can appreciate religion and what it does for people.

inb4 hurr durr religion is evil (there have been billions of people who have faithfully followed religions and used religion for good. Probably more than the asshole who have used it for bad)
User avatar #225 to #214 - drtennant
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Not getting into theological debate, but i'm right there with you.
#37 to #16 - anon id: ff85ff22
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Jesus was documented, so there is proof that he actually existed. But obviously, what he spouted (son of god etc) was debatable.
#132 to #37 - mrcinnamon
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Actually the historical evidence for Jesus is a bit unreliable - both Tacitus and Josephus were more reporting on what Jesus' followers believed and used second hand reports of his existence... I think... I have a vague memory of this from studying it in 1st year of college...
#38 to #16 - chudboy
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Jesus was documented, so there is proof that he actually existed. But obviously, what he spouted (son of god etc) was debatable. (forgot to login)
#49 to #16 - sparkysparkybooman
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Jesus in south is the son of god tho. Didn't he perform miracles or godly **** in the show? And was in heaven and all that? Imagination land? Anyone?
#227 to #16 - popnotes
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It is my belief that Jesus Christ was a cool guy who was cool to people the end.
It is my belief that Jesus Christ was a cool guy who was cool to people the end.
#32 to #16 - hillbillypowpow
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Kyle personally killed Jesus and watched him come back to life.
User avatar #36 to #32 - hates
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Yeah, because he's the only person in South Park to die and come back to life
#41 to #36 - Slicernicer
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But they never remember Kenny dying ever.
#78 to #16 - pervertodores
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Also Islam recognizes Jesus as prophet of god/allah/etc and Islam recognizes Moses as prophet of God/allah/etc. Me?Still atheist
#122 to #78 - anon id: 1a9bd427
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Islam is fake
#131 to #122 - mrcinnamon
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I'm not sure what that means...
#11 - fireyvoidence
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For the love of **** don't get so religiously hyped that you start making up stuff to satisfy your own stubborn beliefs. The writer of Thor has on several occasions said that Loki and Thor indeed are gods. Thor was created because Stan Lee wanted to create a character who could stand against the Hulk, and the writers realized that the only beings that would be able to stop the Hulk are gods.

Yes, Thor and Loki are gods, people need to stop letting their irrationality distort their opinions on true facts.
User avatar #28 to #11 - TwelveCharlie [OP]
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Provide links, because I've watched the movies, and I'm pretty sure one of the defining characteristics of a god, is immortality, which they don't have, and "These guys come from legend, they're basically gods" doesn't sound like they're actually gods to me.
#43 to #28 - cornerdav
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i do recall Jesus dying that one time
User avatar #104 to #28 - ruebezahl
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The defining characteristic of a god is immortality? Then how come that in most mythologies, gods actually die?
User avatar #19 to #11 - YllekNayr
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"people need to stop letting their irrationality distort their opinions on true facts. "

>religion
#24 to #19 - foreveraloneninja
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Last time I checked we are talking about a fictional world here, so yes regardless of your beliefs in reality there are gods in this fictional reality.
Last time I checked we are talking about a fictional world here, so yes regardless of your beliefs in reality there are gods in this fictional reality.
User avatar #25 to #24 - YllekNayr
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.....yeah, that's kind of the point. This fictional world has gods whether you like it or not.
#77 to #11 - anon id: 94b2625f
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so srsly no1 takes into consideration that thor is a Viking/Norse God??? (aswell as Loki) and that the makers of the Hulk just took the God (wich i beleive to be the only really badass and epic god there is except in he movies, he kinda sucks there and changed literally nothing to him. (maybe only his looks). So wether you look at the movie facts or the real facts. He is either way a God.
#158 to #11 - kanali
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In the comics, yeah they're gods, but in the movies they're not.
#167 to #11 - anon id: 54e0b660
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"Loki is one of several powerful beings from the magical realm of Asgard, who have been worshipped as gods."

More on Marvel.com: marvel.com/universe/Loki#ixzz2Zn7E5jkQ

#191 to #11 - wagastragas
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right now on the marvel multiverse, loki and thor arent concidered as gods, there is alot of **** like gods of gods of gods and the god of everything and celestials beings ans **** so basicly they are just scum too much crap to explain it with detail
User avatar #75 to #11 - skaffanl
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But according to Eternity and Death (our entire reality) there is only one God and that it the One-Above-All. If the whole of Marvel reality says there is but one God than isn't that the truth?
User avatar #59 to #11 - srskate
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In the movies, from which we are drawing our facts, they are aliens.
User avatar #103 to #59 - ruebezahl
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What is the difference between a god and an incredibly alien who is worshipped as a god?

There is no difference whatsoever.
#62 to #59 - fireyvoidence
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... you're really going to derive your facts from the movie?   
   
....... not... you know.....   
   
...............the creators of thor themselves?
... you're really going to derive your facts from the movie?

....... not... you know.....

...............the creators of thor themselves?
User avatar #63 to #62 - srskate
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Notice that the pictures are from the movies?

We are going off the movieverse for this one. Not for every argument. Just this one.
User avatar #65 to #63 - fireyvoidence
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Just because the pictures are from the movies doesn't mean that we have to talk about the movie (Which, I do recall the Black Widow calling them gods)

No matter how you look at it, Thor and Loki are still characters; whether being displayed in a movie, comic, game, etc., they are characters and their canon facts are written in stone by none others than the writers themselves. They created the characters, so they get to define them, and in this case, the creators define them as gods.

In addition, movies are always inaccurate due to either time issues or the fact the director does not agree with what's given to him and wants to spice up the movie for the sake of the viewers. Movies are never 100% accurate to what they represent (books, comics, historical events, etc.) and so taking the movies word over the original source's is just plain silly. If you had a friend who witnessed 9/11 and he told you that he did not see explosions at the base of the tower, would you believe him or some random TV show with a theorist who claims he has 'first hand accounts' of the explosion?

User avatar #66 to #65 - srskate
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Bro, you don't have to explain to me that the two are different. I get that.

And comparing this to 9/11 isn't exactly valid. 9/11 happened one way. Fiction happens in many ways.

A better analogy is fanfiction. Consider the movie is fanfiction. We are going off the fanon for this specific conversation, not the canon.
Black Widow called them gods because, to us, they basically are. Their technology and biology ***** us that badly.
User avatar #97 to #11 - scorcho
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>true facts
>from comic books
User avatar #218 to #97 - fireyvoidence
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There can be true facts the are derived from comic books o-0

Thor and Loki are gods, that's a true fact. The writers wrote them to be so, therefore even though they are not real, the fact that they are gods is still a true fact

Saying that these things aren't facts is silly, and implying that comic books/books/movies are a bunch of opinions.
#81 - jakols
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As a proud Scandinavian i must say:
**** you for not acknowledging my gods. What I'm the name of Odin makes you believe that you God is better the ours?
"Your god is just an alien that you've mistaken for being a god..."
Listen to how duchebaggy that **** sounds OP.
May the Jötnar's Rape from behind and let all of Valhall come crushing down on your ass and give you a taste of Ragnarok you arrogant Christian Brat.
#85 to #81 - hatofepicness
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He is referring to the movie The Avengers, in which Thor and Loki are referred to as a race of aliens know as the Azgaurdians. It's clearly stated in the movie "Thor". Next time before you go bat **** make sure you know what Op is referencing.
User avatar #115 to #81 - doobles
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He's talking about the comic book/movie thor and loki. They're aliens in those, not Gods. Stop being such a pompous jerk.
User avatar #138 to #81 - TwelveCharlie [OP]
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LOL
#195 to #81 - gottles
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Whoa Whoa Whoa. Who said he was a christian? he gave the christian and the atheist the same treatment and you just assumed he was a christian. Sounds like you need some ice for your hurt butt.
#190 to #81 - ijpowers
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Isn't your country's flag just a cross on a field?
#162 to #81 - niggerlips
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User avatar #109 to #81 - sexyhimself
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that is.....the moe beautifull comment I have ever seen
#84 to #81 - iaredumb
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the ancient gods are always better HAIL ZEUS ALMIGHTY, BRING YOUR WRATH TO THE HERETICS
User avatar #100 to #84 - riggyrigs
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actually the old religions didn't mind the others i think, they were a bit more tolerent. I'm not sure tho
User avatar #145 to #100 - hydraetis
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Indeed they were. The Romans didn't give a **** what everyone else chose to believe in, just as long as they obeyed their laws and didn't start any trouble.
User avatar #156 to #145 - riggyrigs
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rome total war taught me that the more gods they had the happier they were
User avatar #226 to #156 - iaredumb
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that was true
#86 to #81 - satansatan
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Yeah, I don't really either get why this gets thumbed up.
What the **** is that, calling two norse gods "aliens"...
#42 - deaththekidd
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pretty stupid to not know that kyle has also met moses, thus still justifiable to be jewish
#45 to #42 - thatsdrfryetoyou
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and everyone met Mormon God and then we remembered it's a cartoon... Mormonism can't be right, can it?
#64 to #45 - emrakul
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Catholic guy, I certainly hope not...
#46 to #42 - anon id: bb99cf92
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You must be legitimately retarded or just not educated in your belief. Moses is part of the jewish religion he's the one who helped the jews escape Egypt.
User avatar #166 to #42 - drtrousersnake
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Half of christian beliefs are near copy pasta from the Tanakh with some minor changes so Jesus's divinity would be canon. This section of the bible is known as the old testiment.
User avatar #60 to #42 - srskate
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moses is part of the christian beliefs too.
#128 to #60 - anon id: d27ca9d3
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jews do believe that jesus existed, just ot that he was the son of god
#69 - antiphates
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AWW HELL NAW I'M AN ODINIST AND NOW I'M PISSED. (hue hue, rhymes...)   
   
I'LL PILLAGE AND BURN MY WAY TO YOUR NOW HOUSE OP. THERE'S  NO STOPPING THE STORM. I'LL PILLAGE AND BURN YOUR ASS ALL THE WAY TO GINNUNGAGAP, OP.   
   
BÖRK BÖRK BÖRK
AWW HELL NAW I'M AN ODINIST AND NOW I'M PISSED. (hue hue, rhymes...)

I'LL PILLAGE AND BURN MY WAY TO YOUR NOW HOUSE OP. THERE'S NO STOPPING THE STORM. I'LL PILLAGE AND BURN YOUR ASS ALL THE WAY TO GINNUNGAGAP, OP.

BÖRK BÖRK BÖRK
User avatar #164 to #69 - icelandicjesus
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Call Fenrir, we'll need him!
#72 to #69 - ilikepatatas
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YOU TOUCH MAH HONEY YOU DIE BITCH
YOU TOUCH MAH HONEY YOU DIE BITCH
User avatar #71 to #69 - splendiddust
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DRAG HIM TO MUSPELHEIM!
#178 - serotonin
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Marvel universe divine setting is kind of complicated. You have many gods like Asgardians and Olimpians. They are not immortal but they live for eons. Then you have abstracts like Galactus, Eternity, Chaos, Order, Death....Then you have space gods aka Celestrials - they are aliens but so powerfull that they can be called gods (one celestrial is more powerfull than all pantheons on Earth combined). On Earth you have no less then 3 different Hells....Then you have Elder gods that predate Gods and Demons....and on top of that you have Multiverse dieties like Living Tribunal....and on top of all that you have Christian God and angels and everything    
...Random marvel gif.
Marvel universe divine setting is kind of complicated. You have many gods like Asgardians and Olimpians. They are not immortal but they live for eons. Then you have abstracts like Galactus, Eternity, Chaos, Order, Death....Then you have space gods aka Celestrials - they are aliens but so powerfull that they can be called gods (one celestrial is more powerfull than all pantheons on Earth combined). On Earth you have no less then 3 different Hells....Then you have Elder gods that predate Gods and Demons....and on top of that you have Multiverse dieties like Living Tribunal....and on top of all that you have Christian God and angels and everything
...Random marvel gif.
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User avatar #182 to #179 - gustaviaable
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It's not nerdy. It's common knowledge.
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User avatar #185 to #183 - articulate
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Funnyjunk, I am disappoint.
User avatar #186 to #178 - KakashiHatake
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I literally watched that last night, great movie. "Planet Hulk" for those wondering, its on netflix.
User avatar #189 to #178 - beerterror
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Hey, above Living Tribunal? I thought that's where TOAA, aka Stan Lee sits on the Throne of Countless Stories. If you'd care to elaborate more on the hierarchy on the very top, that would be great.
User avatar #196 to #189 - serotonin
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It is bit shady...So many writers...I remember one story of ghost rider where one angel usurped trone in heaven (which was empty) and beceme ultimate divine creture (he was taken down by army of ghost riders) Canon i think says that .``One above all`` is ultimate god and creator of Marvel mutiverse ..he is Tribunals boss. I think that hierarchy goes something like One above all>Living tribunal>Abstracts>Celestrials>everyone else
User avatar #197 to #196 - beerterror
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It's blurred also with for example Big G and Celestials, whether they are at the same level, or not. Of course Bendis ***** this up by taking Void to biblical regions, I mean, how does this correspond with Ghost Rider? It's easier to stop at the Living Tribunal's level, and, to quote the comics "to whom he answers, none dare imagine".
User avatar #200 to #197 - serotonin
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Galactus should be THE most powerfull entity of universe...but all that hunger thing and Worf effect makes him hard to pin down.
What Bendis did to Sentry...was criminal.
User avatar #212 to #200 - beerterror
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Sentry is still one of my favourite characters easily, mainly because he's pissing off Thor fanboys. But then again, the original series was PERFECT. When Bendis took over, he made him just go full retard, not insane.
Still, such events like Chaos War tend to confuse matters even more. I mean, where the hell is Mikaboshi considering Oblivion, and so on...
User avatar #215 to #212 - serotonin
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well Mikaboshi was always great darkness that was before universe...even in Japanise mithology he is exactly that.
Yes original Sentry was awesome....In this newer lines he was ocasionaly done right...once in 10 apearances
User avatar #216 to #215 - beerterror
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Yeah, but he clearly doesn't fit between the high abstracts and so on. Imagine how powerful would Hercules become, and by what means? By blessing of the Elder God, whom even Celestials dwarf. Doesn't make much sense imo.
User avatar #207 to #178 - azraelthemage
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Don't forget the Christain lore that is in place as well that are said to be exactly what the stories say. You also have the Nexus from Doctor Strange lore. The regular Multiverse. Comics became confusing as **** at some point.
#149 - andovaredoras
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Nope.
User avatar #101 - sheogorathmadgod
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No, the norse gods in Marvel are actually gods. They were worshipped as the norse gods, they are the norse gods.
#151 - misterjollie
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This is ********. Thor is the GOD of thunder, not the alien of thunder. Loki is the trickster GOD. It's like people see the movies and think that's how the characters actually are...not even close.
User avatar #168 to #151 - xedeid
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Loki is a half-god
#188 to #151 - anon id: d74cc14b
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then what is odin?
User avatar #222 to #188 - antiphates
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The God of war, God of Poetic Art, God of Runes, god of Wisdom and the God of the Dead. (NB, God of the Dead, not God of Death, as in he takes care of the dead who ascend to Valhalla)
User avatar #165 to #151 - mutzaki
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Marvel's Thor and Loki are different from Norse mythology.
User avatar #209 to #165 - azraelthemage
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They're still Gods though. They just live for eons rather than being immortal.
#157 to #151 - scorpionbtu
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alien of thunder
alien of thunder
#9 - trollmobile
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really?
thor and loki aren't gods?
so you're saying if zeus and poseidon were to shop up, they wouldn't be gods either?

or if shiva or vishnu showed up? those would be aliens?
User avatar #10 to #9 - trostell
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The superhero Thor is supposedly the basis for the god, but isn't actually the god. They are near-immortal creatures from another dimension, referred to as Asgard. Therefore, they actually are aliens, though the Vikings revered them as gods.
User avatar #21 to #10 - killthebilly
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in the nordic mythology they were gods, living in Asgaard, connected to the earth by rimfrost or whatever that rainbow bridge is called. They lived in the sky, which is why the valkyries also had wings so they could travel forth between Asgaard and the earth to select the vikings that would come to Valhalla.

They aren't aliens in neither the mythology or the comic series. The writers have said that he is a god, as gods are the only thing capable of standing against the hulk.
#12 to #10 - trollmobile
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other way around dimwit.
User avatar #13 to #12 - trostell
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Actually, the idea for the superhero is based on the god, Thor, BUT, the superhero's family all share the same traits as Norse gods, live in Asgard, and are nigh immortal beings that can travel between dimensions. According to the history of the superhero, he saved humanity long ago, during the age when Vikings ruled the seas, and thus, he and his family were revered as gods by the Vikings.
#14 to #13 - trollmobile
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such are the reasons why i hate marvel's commercialized corruption of the mythology.

i bet loki didn't even give birth to Odin's horse in their version.
User avatar #15 to #14 - trostell
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I haven't dug that far into it, not being much of a comic book fan myself. I still think Loki is all kinds of ****** up to father a wolf and an 8 legged horse, though.
User avatar #23 to #15 - killthebilly
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and a sea-serpent, not to forget.
User avatar #20 to #15 - derpwolf
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I think Slepnir had six legs? Don't forget he also gave birth to Jormandur the World Serpent, and Hel, the ruler of Helheim. I am so bad at spelling almost everything in Norse Mythology, forgive me.
#18 to #14 - kuci
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Norse mythology sure is funny, but also retarded
User avatar #22 to #18 - killthebilly
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might be retarded, but still better than christianity.
User avatar #44 to #9 - xdeathspawnx
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actually zeus, poseidon, shiva, and vishnu are all in marvel comics...
marvel.wikia.com/Olympians
marvel.wikia.com/Daevas
The idea is that many gods from ancient cultures are actually aliens who visited Earth in the past and were worshiped as gods.