I read somewhere in other site that Endgame was somehow inspired in Aaron's last take on Thor, but is it really?
Well Endgame totally contradicts Aaron's notions of self doubt = unworthy and the importance that being worthy has for Thor.
But, unlike Ragnarok that totally makes Aaron God of hammers notion a negligent take on the character, Endgame also contradicts and doesn't really know what was the meaning of being worthy established in the previous movies, making both Aaron's and Endgame take contradictory and not really seeded in the core of the character, i mean one could care less about the self doubt (and how messy Thor was) the other makes it the only variable about being worthy, even if the Thor already was confronted with the Gods are not worthy expression in the God butcher arc, and instead of delve into godly stuff i feel (don't read Thor comics for years now) that no one else humanized the Asgardians characters more than Jason the God butcher.
So, maybe its hard for some of us to not want to believe it, but the God Thor maybe have really died in Michael Avon Oeming Ragnarok, even if my first Thor comic (which i loved) was from JMS run, its like popularity is being slowly killing the character... There already are so many mundane/broken super heroes that what appealed to me in first place about Thor was the incredibly range of his stories and worlbuilding, not the complexity of the character, again for that we have other super heroes that live in Gotham or New York, they are not son of the personification of a planet and a Skyfather, who has a magical hammer, flying goats, and has a rainbow bridge/bifrost to travel to ever corner of the universe...