not so sound like a mcu stan but ive watched the Thor teaser trailer eight times already and the movie looks like it’s gonna be so good and so much fun and the plot sounds interesting and i? love Thor?
Thor takes every Thursday off for mental health. He’s got his normal weekend, but he also needs that extra day to make it through the week.
Someone tries to burst in his door to tell him he needs to grab his Big Hammer and help, and they find him with big headphones and a sleep mask on in a luxurious robe. His attendant who comes once a week to help him out on Thursdays stops them, shoving them out of the room.
For me, [in my headcanon, the Doctor’s explanation about the Towers] was just the Doctor, in his faltering way, trying to open up on the subject of emotion and accidentally lecturing on an acoustic effect in a nearby tourist attraction. Which of us hasn’t made that mistake for a date?
But, yes, that episode is all about River and the Doctor, both asking and answering the big question about who they are to each other. And look, since it’s my sacred duty to invite scorn and derision once a month in the writing on this column, I’m going to admit I’m rather proud of some of the scenes in that episode–especially River Realises and Twenty Four Years. Yeah, help yourselves, blast away. But I’m hardly ever proud of anything I write (“Quite Right,” the millions cry), so I’m saying it anyway. Nyer!
Steven Moffat on River and the Doctor in THORS (DWM 496)
You know, I’ve read a lot of shit about Thor always pushing Loki to the background for a lot of not amusing reasons.
So let me tell you something. I have a brother and we are very close. Tho he is six years younger, he’s taller and stronger than me. We are kinda like Thor and Loki in body comparison. Anyway, ever since he became a brick shithouse I noticed that he started to put himself before me. It bugged me and once I asked him why is he doing that. He gave me a confused look and a shrug. He said that he had no idea that he was doing it. The next time it happened I asked him again. He said that he just had this urge to stand between any kind of danger and me. I asked him if he thought me weak and he said no. He said that he’d prefer getting hurt himself instead of me. That it’s an urge, an instinct, a knee-jerk reaction. It’s not about him pushing me back or thinking that he’s better or stronger than me. He’s just protective on a level so deep he’s not even aware of it most times.
So next time you start to talk shit about Thor, think about this.
ok so to put things in perspective sometimes i have to tell myself, “kayla, no, stop. you don’t hate all loki apologists. you hate the concept. some of them are really great people. for example, you’re helplessly in love with the biggest loki apologist of all time. we all make our mistakes.”
i’m a loki girl through and through but like i still have opinions of thor. like he is seriously underused in fanfic and canon. the dude is physically one of the strongest avengers (level pegging with the hulk more than anyone else) and if that don’t work he can just fucking electrocute you. lightning is super fucking powerful, it will really fuck your shit up. so idk why thor gets relegated to being such a dimwit all the time when he is in fact ridiculously dangerous.
and lightning strikes the earth all the fucking time. is there more lightning on midgard than on asgard? or less?? i just imagine thor getting distracted from something by nearby thunderstorms because they’re his thing.