Re: Hopkins is Odin
Thor doesn't speak Old English. If he did, most comic readers wouldn't be able to understand it.
People call it Shakespearean English not because it's an accurate term, but because it's fairly descriptive of the high-minded, melodramatic sort of speech pattern, at least compared to modern vernacular, that a lot of writers employed for Thor. Also, a lot of random civilians in earlier Thor comics used to comment on how Thor sounded like something from out of Shakespeare, so that may have something to do with it.
"This I grant to you: You may tell your grandchildren that you stood for a time against the mighty Thor."
- Marvel Heroes
Last edited by TheCorpulent1; 11-03-2009 at 02:34 PM.