The New Female Thor: Villains, Enemies, Rogues, and Antagonists

The New Female Thor: Villains, Enemies, Rogues, and Antagonists With the advent of the new female Thor, the obsessive comic book geek in all of us now has an opportunity to track her battles with her various foes. One of the terms used in comic book collecting and comic book reading is the word "completist." In a collector of comic books, that means someone who seeks to collect or possess a complete run of a title or a character's appearances. In terms of reading and making lists (which is a corollary to the collectivist urge), many fans like to be somewhat obsessive when it comes to tracking things like character appearances, battle, and enemies.  
Thor #4 Cover

Thor #4 Cover

This page is devoted to the goal of keeping track of all of the new female Thor's antagonists (to use a literary term). That means that if she fights someone, or someone's henchmen, lackeys, monsters, or other proxy, that antagonistic character will also be listed. On occasion, heroes fight each other, either out of stupidity, being possessed, being tricked, and so on. In those cases, the good guy or gal will also be listed as an antagonist. For example, when old, male Thor tries to defeat the new, female Thor in battle, he earned a spot in this list. As does Odin, who sicced his evil brother and the metallic Destroyer on our Thunder Goddess. The system we use will be fairly simple. The character's name, the comic book issues in which the conflict occurred, and any notes needed for clarification. NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated all references to Thor comic book titles refer to the fourth volume of Thor comics begun in October of 2014.Absorbing Man --Thor #5 Cul Borson -- Thor #6, #7 (Cul, the brother of Odin, possess the Destroyer Armor) Dario Agger (The Minotaur)-- #2, #3, #4, #6, #7 Destroyer --Thor #6, #7 Dr. Doom -- Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 Malekith -- Thor #1, #2, #3, #4, #6, #7 Frost Giants -- Thor #1, #2, #3, #4 (working in alliance with Malekith) Roxxon -- Thor #1, #2, #6, #7 (under the control of Dario Agger, as the CEO of Roxxon) Odin -- Thor #6, #7 Thor Odinson -- Thor #4 (He wants his hammer back)
Thor #4 Hammer Tap

Thor #4 Hammer Tap

Titania -- Thor #5 Ulik the Troll -- Thor #2, #4 (Ulik serves as an employee of Dario Agger and Roxxon) Ultron--Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 Ultron's Thor--Avengers: Ultron Forever #1  
Thor #2 Cover

Thor #2 Cover

Notes on the Female Thor's Enemies: -In Thor #6, Darrio Agger and Malekith form an official alliance. Agger also reveals the origin of his becoming the Minotaur. --In Thor #5, Odin decides to send his brother, Cul Borson, to Midgard with the Destroyer Armor to take back Mjolnir from female Thor. They arrive at the end of issue #6 in the midst of Thor's fight with a Roxxon security detail. --In Avengers: Ultron Forever #1the Female Thor joins other time-displaced Avengers (hmmm..implying that she IS an Avenger, eh?) and briefly battles someone who 'appears' to be Dr. Doom. Later in that issue, she joins Thor Odinson in fighting Ultron's Thor lackey. --In Thor #7, the Destroyer (possessed, in the mystical sense, by Cul Boreson), arrives in the middle of a battle between Thor and Roxxon forces. In one scene, we see Cul on a floor in Odin's palace as he mentally controls the Destroyer. Odin stands above him giving him orders. Regarding Dario Agger and Malekith, while they are not physically engaged in the Thor/Roxxon/Destroyer battle, they are listed as Thor issue #7 villains, as Agger is the Roxxon boss and he and Malekith are allies. Plus, they go off to one of the Realms, called Alfheim, to kill Light Elves.
Female Thor vs. The Destroyer in Thor #7

Female Thor vs. The Destroyer in Thor #7