In the latest comic, Thor is proving to be more than ready and willing to take on his responsibilities as All-Father.
Thor has always been reluctant about becoming a father figure in Asgard, but with one issue, it can now be seen that this will not stand in his way anymore.
Thor’s journey through Marvel comics has always been about whether or not he is worthy of the throne, but in Captain Marvel, it appears that Thor may finally be growing into his role.
Thor has always been more interested in fighting and adventure, rather than responsibility or leadership. That was until Odin named him King of Asgard and All-Father after his death. He now had the power to create a new Mjolnir out of materials he had never had before this point, as well as control untapped powers that caused an even bigger ‘Thor’ effect! It all culminated when Thor saved the Ten Realms from total destruction with no one but himself at risk—Odin saw it too: His son’s power was worthy enough for kingship!
Carol Danvers is taking her new role as Captain Marvel seriously when she discovers that the Enchantress has taken over Earth with Namor’s son in 2052. After some careful research into magic, Carol knows exactly what to do–a cup of tea!
Developing her own magical skills will take more than a little work, however, and Carol is forced to turn to Ove’s mother for help. A friend of Thor, reveals that he has been keeping tabs on Amora but decided not to go after her because it would be too dangerous given the circumstances. Though there are many other avenues open for Carol-such as learning from some of the older gods or studying in Asgard itself-what have you always wanted? In other words, “You can’t get much better advice than this.”
The All-Father, Thor, has been using his incredible new power to check in on anyone he chooses. When it comes to the wily Enchantress, people are concerned that she will return and do something worse than before. But instead of chasing her down with a weapon or contacting other powerful gods for help, like Odin would have done if they were still alive today, Thor turns their attention elsewhere altogether, as it is not worth intervening since she is free from any criminal activity–for now at least!
Thor, the Asgardian God of Thunder and ruler over all other gods in Norse mythology, is a powerful entity. However, despite his benevolent rule, there seems to be some hesitancy by Thor himself about whether or not he’s capable enough when it comes to being considered as the All-Father. In Heroes Reborn # 6, Jason Aaron shows us that this self-doubt manifests itself on page 6 with him recalling superhero powers yet instead opting for one from his classic costume-which was much more recognizable as an extension of who he used to be rather than what people might expect today due to its outdated material.
This passage makes it clear that Thor is not only stepping into his role as the All-Father but also what he does proves this. He has kept a keen eye on the Enchantress to make sure she doesn’t step out of line and instead reminds her where she belongs, in Asgard with her sister Hela. This suggests how much wisdom Thor had when dealing with the situation, showing himself worthy of such an esteemed position as king or ruler over any land near him!