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Artist Betawi Kebayoran has given Captain America, Thor And Black Panther some badass armor redesigns. They have an anime/fantasy vibe, and he cites the equally awesome work of Dean Holdeen as one of his inspirations. Check out the rest of the lineup below. [click to continue…]

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Back in July, SDCC attendees were treated to a hilarious clip during the Marvel panel that revealed what Thor was doing during the events of Captain America: Civil War. We knew that he headed to Australia, got a roommate named Darryl, and played Connect Four, but the full clip was kept under wraps—until now. Check it out below. [click to continue…]

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Remember when Chris Pratt and Chris Evans went to visit a children’s hospital together? Well, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston took time out from filming Thor: Ragnarock stop by Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital and it was just as awesome as you’d imagine.

Loki getting smashed in the face by a young lady wielding Mjolnir may be the best thing ever. Deep down Loki is a real softie. Actually, all the pictures are wonderful. Feels ahead… [click to continue…]

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Make Connect 4, not Civil War.

The image above appears to be part of a mocumentary that was put together by Ragnarok director Taika Waititi that delighted attendees at SDCC. It answers the question that so many fans have been asking: What was Thor doing during Civil War?

Well, he got an apartment in Australia with some random dude named Daryl. Hijinks ensued. Word is that the video was hilarious—hopefully it will be released online sometime in the near future.

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Tom Hiddleston was in Chicago to promote his film I Saw The Light, but when he visited a local news station to serve as a guest weatherman, he took the easy way out and blamed all of the weather on his brother Thor.

“My brother from another mother’s been misbehaving,” Hiddleston said. “The God of Thunder has brought his skill set to bear on the local weather.”

He went on to present his expert assessment:

“It’s gonna rain a hell of a lot. Good luck with that.”

Watch the video below.

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Are you worthy of the tool kit designed by Dave’s Geeky Ideas? It’s filled with all the tools an Asgardian handyman could need. Also, Mjolnir’s handle is part of an actual hammer that fits inside the case. Perfect for cosplay and Sunday chores!

See more after the break…

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Watch what happens when an electromagnetic Mjolnir replica and a fingerprint scanner become key to proving who’s worthy to wield Thor’s weapon.

Interestingly, it’s brains that win this one in the end. Loki would be pleased.

Watch the video after the break.

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Digital animator and Marvel fan Milton Pool of Miltonius Arts wondered how an epic battle between the new Thor and zombie Hulk would go down. So he let his imagination run wild and created this badass short film that took six months to complete. The animation is fast paced and his artwork super stylized, making this fanfic nothing short of awesome.

Enjoy the animated short film after the break.

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Holy Mother of Asgard, Square Enix has added a Thor variant to their already incredible Play Arts series of figures.

There’s tiny crackling detail in his armor, woven texture to the cape, and friggin’ veins popping from his gigantic biceps.

Other features include a swappable face, Mjolnir, a swinging Mjolnir attachment (aka awesome swish hammer), a lightning effect and three sets of interchangeable hands. He’ll be available in September for about $149.99.

Check out more pictures after the break.

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The constant presence of smartphones have helped us see the world in a different way. Many of us are guilty of spending too much time with our heads turned downward looking at our phone, but the device can also inspire us. History professor Francois Dourlen uses his iPhone to insert scenes from movies into real life settings; it’s creative and the effect is amusing. Dourlen explains:

Like many people, I always imagine weird things when I walk in the street, when I work or when I’m home. But I never found a good way to tell what goes through my head.

One day, wanting to make a joke with friends, I replaced a statue of Napoleon in Cherbourg with a picture of my little pony in my phone and took a picture. I had so much fun that I put it on facebook, people immediately liked.

He’s made memorable images with scenes from Lord of the Rings, Thor, Edward Scissorhands, and more. They’re all fantastic.

See more of Dourlen’s photos after the break.

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