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Old 12-16-2008, 07:14 PM   #26
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Here's a question......... With or WithOut the Cape?
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Yes to the cape, no to the silly torso lights.

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616. I want a cape on him as well. Hate ultimate Thor.

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Old 12-16-2008, 07:34 PM   #28
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Yes to the cape, no to the silly torso lights.
This. Except the torso lights can stay, but they should be smaller and the two which are below the belt DEFINITELY have to go.

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Old 12-16-2008, 07:44 PM   #29
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No-those aren't torso lights.^
I'm referring to what "Ultimate" drunken-hippie Thor wears.

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Old 12-17-2008, 06:49 PM   #31
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seriously it's so sad....he doesn't still look like this

http://www.mikex.me.uk/misc/conan/th...n_mq_048cd.jpg

http://www.mikex.me.uk/misc/conan/index_2.htm



but it makes you think that gear he is wearing is pretty damn good looking for that long ago. Gives us hope

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Old 12-20-2008, 05:59 PM   #32
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A little bit of both is gonna please most people. I think some people will think he's a god and other will doubt him til he does something Godly. Like bring someone back from the dead. His costume no doubt has to be the current one forget the lights. On another note the Ultimates 3 ruined the Ultimates for me.

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I never thought of them as lights. I always figured they were raised metalic jobs.... metalic pieces of Armor.




Thor is Marvels answer to Superman so of Course/.... keep the red cape, it's regal.

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Old 12-20-2008, 07:47 PM   #34
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Id like if they gave him his classic look but change a thing or two slightly to make it work and the only thing to keep from the ultimate comics is that people think hes crazy.

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Old 12-20-2008, 10:02 PM   #35
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The armor in the current Thor one shots by Matt Fraction would be PERFECT for the movie.

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I never thought of them as lights. I always figured they were raised metalic jobs.... metalic pieces of Armor.




Thor is Marvels answer to Superman so of Course/.... keep the red cape, it's regal.
Ok-THESE are not lights, but rather the raised metallic armor you took them to be.

I am referring to these things as lights.

Notice how they're cracked in the first image? THey light up, as does his belt, which has been proven to be the source of his power.:facepalm
How do y'all feel about this look?

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Bottom like-this is Thor.
Not to be stuffy, but that's the Thor clone. Not Thor.

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This is not.
I still have no clue why he has the blue whatchamacallits on his chest. Besides looking gaudy instead of awesome, they don't make me think of a Norse god. Mjolnir looks more like something Beta Ray Bill would use in that pic.

It'd be cool if they used Coipel's take on Thor for a movie. A few modifications for live action and you could make a credible yet faithful design.

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This is what they need to have in the movie


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Preaching to the choir, dude.

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Not to be stuffy, but that's the Thor clone. Not Thor.
I meant appearance-wise. DOn't nit-pick.

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Preaching to the choir, dude.
This Thor is so badass without going to far away from the original.

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Old 12-21-2008, 11:36 AM   #42
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Preaching to the choir, dude.
Same here.... however, he should not wear the helmet until he redeems himself... than Odin should anoint/knight him by placing it on his head than from that point on, he should be known as The Mighty Thor.

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I like that idea.

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As do I. makes sense, tho I'd use the Helmet used in Ages of Thunder in the begining, THEN the Classic Chrome Helm at the end.

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as a well intentioned, albeit arrogant [at first] hero

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I think if his arrogance equates to others thinking he is crazy I am all for it...... it makes sense.

I am OK with Chain Mail....not sure why a god needs chain mail though.


Perhaps a battle with the Hulk could rid him of it in the Avengers movie.

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I think if his arrogance equates to others thinking he is crazy I am all for it...... it makes sense.

I am OK with Chain Mail....not sure why a god needs chain mail though.


Perhaps a battle with the Hulk could rid him of it in the Avengers movie.
in asgard chain mail could be appropriate for a warrior fighting opponents of equal power against mortals that may seem redundant

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Is Iron Man a douchebag because he doesn't believe Thor or because....he's a douchebag?
Now, I’m picturing a scenario where Stark doesn’t believe Thor’s a God/Alien. And gives him some nickname like “weatherman” to F with him. Then when Iron is flying about, a pissed off Thor strikes him down with thunder.

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This is what they need to have in the movie

I'm not big into the cape; however if they use this kind of subtle color rather than the bright red, it would work and fit into the times, much like how they wore capes in LOTR. I just don't want bright cheesy colors. The black (or navy blue) and this burnt orange (or wine) would be good. And I don't need the circles/metals under his belt that look like displaced balls.

I do want Thor to have some type of beard. It doesn't have to be thick. Just not clean shaven.

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Now, I’m picturing a scenario where Stark doesn’t believe Thor’s a God/Alien. And gives him some nickname like “weatherman” to F with him. Then when Iron is flying about, a pissed off Thor strikes him down with thunder.


I'm not big into the cape; however if they use this kind of subtle color rather than the bright red, it would work and fit into the times, much like how they wore capes in LOTR. I just don't want bright cheesy colors. The black (or navy blue) and this burnt orange (or wine) would be good. And I don't need the circles/metals under his belt that look like displaced balls.

I do want Thor to have some type of beard. It doesn't have to be thick. Just not clean shaven.
The circles at the bottom could go it doesn't add anything. I'm not a cape guy either but certain characters should wear a cape. I think this costume is really cool though.


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Old 12-23-2008, 09:57 AM   #50
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You know what, I never liked the girly hair Thor or the fact he hardly ever has a beard in the 616 universe. He supposed to a warrior god, not a metro GQ model.

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