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Discussion in 'Thor: Ragnarok' started by Ezio Auditore, Nov 2, 2017.
so who it that under Beta Ray Bill...?
I see - Night-Crawler from Hulk #126...
yeah i saw Beta Ray too. that was a cool shoutout..
I may be wrong about this, but when Valkyrie falls off the ramp of her spaceship, she lands on the carcass of a funny looking creature... I believe that this is a Bilgesnipe that Thor mentions in the first Avengers movie.
THOR: We on Asgard pretend that we are more advanced, but we, we come here battling like Bilgesnipe.
COULSON: Like what?
THOR: The Bilgesnipe, you know; huge, scaly, big antlers. You don't have those?
COULSON: Don't think so.
THOR: They are repulsive, and they trample everything in their path.
Yes - a quick head count gives us...
Beta Ray Bill & Aries
Night-Crawler & Bi-Beast
While checking some BRB stuff ended up finding this. So the skull of Surtur in Thor Ragnarok is the same as the one in that particular comic "Stormbreaker: The Saga of Beta Ray".
That particular image stood out to me when I rewatched the film just this evening.
Thor Vol.2 #10
I posted this in the Blanchett/Hela thread, but it could very well be a nod to the comics as well. So...
Lately, I've been wondering how Odin managed to imprison Hela in the first place, not to mention where she was all this time. Also, considering that Odin was in a weakened state apparently, why would his death be the catalyst for her release?
The possible answer to all of those questions came to me in the form of Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz's Thor Vol 1 #400.
As you can see here, following Surtur's defeat at the hands of Thor, Odin uses his very own body to imprison the demon. I like to think that Hela was contained much in the same way.
The Warriors Three death.
That moment when Skurge was going to decapitate an asgardian.
Thor umbrela transformation.
You Had One Job – More Than 50 Secrets of Thor: Ragnarok
A ton of inspiration from the comics.