Is Thor powerful enough to destroy a star or planet?

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#1  Edited By Sci_Fi_Rulez

just like the question above.Can he?^

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#2  Edited By Teerack

I don't think he can without going berserk or some other kind of altered stat that boost his power.

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#3  Edited By Sci_Fi_Rulez

@Teerack said:

I don't think he can without going berserk or some other kind of altered stat that boost his power.

So he can not like destroy our Sun?

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#4  Edited By Veshark

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

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#5  Edited By Sci_Fi_Rulez

@Veshark said:

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

is it canon

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#6  Edited By Veshark

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@Veshark said:

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

is it canon

Yeah, they're canon. But I guess you can't really determine that that's what happened unless you actually read the issues yourself (or if someone posts scans).

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#7  Edited By Sci_Fi_Rulez

@Veshark said:

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@Veshark said:

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

is it canon

Yeah, they're canon. But I guess you can't really determine that that's what happened unless you actually read the issues yourself (or if someone posts scans).

you didn't read it

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#8  Edited By Veshark

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@Veshark said:

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@Veshark said:

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

is it canon

Yeah, they're canon. But I guess you can't really determine that that's what happened unless you actually read the issues yourself (or if someone posts scans).

you didn't read it

Nope, just quoted it from Marvel Wiki

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#9  Edited By Sci_Fi_Rulez

@Veshark said:

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@Veshark said:

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@Veshark said:

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

is it canon

Yeah, they're canon. But I guess you can't really determine that that's what happened unless you actually read the issues yourself (or if someone posts scans).

you didn't read it

Nope, just quoted it from Marvel Wiki

i assume this is the scan and in omega flight tho'rs an horse?..

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Well first of, what kind of planet or star? Some are considerably bigger than others, some are considerably denser than others and so on. Its like asking if Bruce Lee can lift up an animal. I mean animal? Some animals are the size of a mouse, some the size of a cat, some the size of a pig, some the size of a horse, some of the size of a blue whale. Except even then, the scale differences between some stars and planets make the size difference between a mouse and whale look non existent.

Secondly, whatever your answer above doesn't really matter. Thor is fictional, and not just a normal fictional character, but a fictional character designed to be very powerful in ways that purposely leave him vague and ambiguous in power. His power is designed to fluctuate to fit the story. His strength, durability, and speed are all inconsistent and basically best defined as deus ex machina. So can Thor destroy a planet? Well anything that can build up enough speed to impact an object and overcome its threshold for stability will destroy it, so the answer will always be yes or no or depends - since Thor's travel speed and throwing speed, his durability and willingness to throw himself or his hammer are relative and so are the sizes and make ups of planets and stars are as well.

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#11  Edited By bootstrap

You can see more scans and a very similar discussion on

http://www.comicvine.com/thor/29-2268/how-strong-is-the-godblast/92-574394/

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#12  Edited By Veshark

I really have no idea, buddy, I just quoted the Marvel Wiki.

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@SC said:

Well first of, what kind of planet or star? Some are considerably bigger than others, some are considerably denser than others and so on. Its like asking if Bruce Lee can lift up an animal. I mean animal? Some animals are the size of a mouse, some the size of a cat, some the size of a pig, some the size of a horse, some of the size of a blue whale. Except even then, the scale differences between some stars and planets make the size difference between a mouse and whale look non existent.

Secondly, whatever your answer above doesn't really matter. Thor is fictional, and not just a normal fictional character, but a fictional character designed to be very powerful in ways that purposely leave him vague and ambiguous in power. His power is designed to fluctuate to fit the story. His strength, durability, and speed are all inconsistent and basically best defined as deus ex machina. So can Thor destroy a planet? Well anything that can build up enough speed to impact an object and overcome its threshold for stability will destroy it, so the answer will always be yes or no or depends - since Thor's travel speed and throwing speed, his durability and willingness to throw himself or his hammer are relative and so are the sizes and make ups of planets and stars are as well.

well does Thor have the power to destroy our sun and planet

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@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

@SC said:

Well first of, what kind of planet or star? Some are considerably bigger than others, some are considerably denser than others and so on. Its like asking if Bruce Lee can lift up an animal. I mean animal? Some animals are the size of a mouse, some the size of a cat, some the size of a pig, some the size of a horse, some of the size of a blue whale. Except even then, the scale differences between some stars and planets make the size difference between a mouse and whale look non existent.

Secondly, whatever your answer above doesn't really matter. Thor is fictional, and not just a normal fictional character, but a fictional character designed to be very powerful in ways that purposely leave him vague and ambiguous in power. His power is designed to fluctuate to fit the story. His strength, durability, and speed are all inconsistent and basically best defined as deus ex machina. So can Thor destroy a planet? Well anything that can build up enough speed to impact an object and overcome its threshold for stability will destroy it, so the answer will always be yes or no or depends - since Thor's travel speed and throwing speed, his durability and willingness to throw himself or his hammer are relative and so are the sizes and make ups of planets and stars are as well.

well does Thor have the power to destroy our sun and planet

I sort of feel like you did not read all of my post perhaps, since I already answered that part in my second paragraph, but to reiterate, yes, no, and depends. Throwing anything that has mass near the speed of light is traditionally a good way to destroy anything. Then again throwing anything that has mass near the speed of light has been traditionally a rare occurrence, an as far as humanoids being the things doing the throwing and what they throwing being visible to the human eye non existent. Then again Thor is fictional and like many fictional characters they can do whatever they want as per creative direction. Thor has spoke in space before. Thats even stranger than being able to destroy a planet relatively speaking.

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#15  Edited By Fifthchild

@Veshark said:

According to the Marvel Wiki (which cites it as Thor #388), Thor once cracked the armor of a Celestial with one blow, and the resulting shockwave nearly destroyed the planet Pangoria - had Thor not stopped it. The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

The Celestial armour cracking scene involved Thor wearing his belt of strength and gauntlets etc IIRC. I dont think it almost destroyed the planet but it did shake mountains etc. I doubt the valdity of the second reference if only because if Thor had destroyed a star, planet or moon with his bare hands we would have seen it posted time and time again.

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#16  Edited By sommyt

@Sci_Fi_Rulez said:

just like the question above.Can he?^

thor hit brb so hard he destroyed the planet they where on

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#17  Edited By Thor's hammmer

Thor has destroyed a planet, so has bill,, heralds have destroyed stars and Thor and Bill are At least average to high herald level and have beaten nearly all of them. Drax the destroyer has also destroyed a planet and a star gladiator has destroyed a planet and has claims of destroying a star and a black hole with his hands and Thor's at least as strong as either of them.

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#18  Edited By THORSON

yes

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Yes i believe so

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#20  Edited By BlessedbyHorus

IIRC Thor has destroyed planets and had blasts capable of destroying planets.

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#21  Edited By Saren

@Veshark said:

The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

Thor doesn't even appear in Omega Flight #4, so I'm at a loss as to how he cleaved such a path of cosmic destruction in that issue.

Hell, that mini was part of the fallout from Civil War, so Thor was probably still dead at the time.

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#22  Edited By Veshark

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@Veshark said:

The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

Thor doesn't even appear in Omega Flight #4, so I'm at a loss as to how he cleaved such a path of cosmic destruction in that issue.

Hell, that mini was part of the fallout from Civil War, so Thor was probably still dead at the time.

BECAUSE HE'S THOR GAWDAMNIT.

Lol, well there goes the second reference I guess. Just goes to show you can never trust the Marvel Wiki....

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#23  Edited By sommyt

@CitizenBane said:

@Veshark said:

The page goes on to say that Thor has also destroyed stars, planets, and moons with his fists, citing these feats as being from Omega Flight #4.

I've never read any of those issues so I can't verify them, so take from that what you will.

Thor doesn't even appear in Omega Flight #4, so I'm at a loss as to how he cleaved such a path of cosmic destruction in that issue.

Hell, that mini was part of the fallout from Civil War, so Thor was probably still dead at the time.

it wasnt Thor it was beta ray bill that made that statement in omega flight

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Thor's destroyed a portal which dwarfed stars with the help of BRB.

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#25  Edited By Sci_Fi_Rulez

@Fernando072295REBORN said:

Thor's destroyed a portal which dwarfed stars with the help of BRB.

which issue is that?

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#26  Edited By New_World_Order

@Thor's hammmer said:

Thor has destroyed a planet, so has bill,, heralds have destroyed stars and Thor and Bill are At least average to high herald level and have beaten nearly all of them. Drax the destroyer has also destroyed a planet and a star gladiator has destroyed a planet and has claims of destroying a star and a black hole with his hands and Thor's at least as strong as either of them.

Thor & Beta Ray Bill are more powerful than every herald. Except Silver Surfer.

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#27  Edited By HaveAtThee

Yes, Thor is a planet-busting powerhouse if motivated/angry enough. Being a hero, you probably wouldn't see him do it intentionally, unless it was some desolate hunk of rock in some far away universe. If the Surfer can, Thor can.

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yes Thor can

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yes he can.. shockwaves of his blows cracking moons/planets far away while hitting Gor

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yes he can.. shockwaves of his blows cracking moons/planets far away while hitting Gor

yup. and mjolnir contains the energy of a long dead star which can be unleashed in a lorne bolt. also the godblast is galaxy level.

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@asgardianbrony said:

yup. and mjolnir contains the energy of a long dead star which can be unleashed in a lorne bolt.

Lorne bolt?

also the godblast is galaxy level.

Isn't killing a being more powerful than Odin above galaxy level?

it was mentioned in the arc where thor kills exitar. i think lorne bolt just means his most powerful lightning.

yea, the godblast is in the galaxy to multigalaxy range.

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@asgardianbrony said:

yup. and mjolnir contains the energy of a long dead star which can be unleashed in a lorne bolt.

Lorne bolt?

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He doesn't actually use it Sunfire destroys the station not sure how powerful it actually is

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#36  Edited By Lvenger

According to what is stated about the Lorn bolt, it was only described as a city busting attack, not a planetary or star attack.

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@lvenger: I'd assume so yea though that's the only time I've ever heard it mentioned don't know much about it other than it uses the energy of a star

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By statements, yeah. By feats? Planet, maybe.

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#39  Edited By FOSTINOE

By statements, yeah.

By statements. Yh. he's "easily" a star buster..."potentially" more

By feats? Planet, maybe.

Evidently Multiplanetary....potentially more

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It was stated in another scan that mjolnir could draw the power of 1000 suns,perhaps it may be a hyperbole anyway to forge mjolnir a star had to be destroyed.

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A planet is likely, however, a star isn't.

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@thorthunder98: can u post the next scan after he tries to summon the lorn bolt?

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Yes easily planet plus star more then likely

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Because of the retcon of mjolnir he could potentially bust a star.

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@asgardianbrony: godblast is galaxy level, any scan to support this claim?

ask and ye shall receive.

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here the godblast blows a hole right through majeston zelia wounding her gravely. at this time majeston zelia was twice as powerful as odin.

another time the godblast KOed both surtur and ymir at once. the godblast is galaxy level at least and potentially higher by quite a bit.

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@asgardianbrony: thanks for the scan,can u post where Thor does it to surtur and Ymir.

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@mowjack said:

@asgardianbrony: thanks for the scan,can u post where Thor does it to surtur and Ymir.

sure.

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its from Thor #425.

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