Quotes About Thor

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J.R. Ward
“I have peanut M&M's up there."
"Not my style"
"Sam Adams."
Thor narrowed his eyes. "Cold?"
"Downright icy."
Thor crossed his arms over his chest and told him self he was not pouting like a five-year-old. "I want Milk Duds.”
J.R. Ward, Lover Reborn

Neil Gaiman
“Of course it was Loki. It's always Loki.”
Neil Gaiman, Norse Mythology
tags: loki, thor

Kevin Hearne
“Mr. Tall, Blonde and Lightning”
Kevin Hearne, Hexed

John Gardner
“It was said in the old days that every year Thor made a circle around Middle-earth, beating back the enemies of order. Thor got older every year, and the circle occupied by gods and men grew smaller. The wisdom god, Woden, went out to the king of the trolls, got him in an armlock, and demanded to know of him how order might triumph over chaos.
"Give me your left eye," said the king of the trolls, "and I'll tell you."
Without hesitation, Woden gave up his left eye. "Now tell me."
The troll said, "The secret is, Watch with both eyes!”
John Gardner, On Moral Fiction

Tom Hiddleston
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Tom Hiddleston

Amy Sumida
“Bad leather, Viking gods should be naked.”
Amy Sumida, Godhunter

Joanne Harris
“I'm sorry. You went too far.'
Lovely. What an epitaph.”
Joanne Harris, The Gospel of Loki

Diana Pharaoh Francis
“Niko does seem to have a buzzard's luck, don't he? Thor said after a moment.
Tyler slanted a look at him. "What the hell does that mean?"
Thor looked startled, then grinned. "Means he's been diggin' up more snakes than he can kill."
Tyler looked at Alexander. "Is he even speaking english?"
"Niko has bad luck," Alexander translated.
Tyler looked at Thor. "You couldn't just say that?"
"I did, son, but you just can't seem to spot a goat in a flock of sheep."
Tyler scowled. "I'm pretty sure that was a insult."
"Only because it was," Niko said.
"How the hell am I supposed to get all self-righteous and pissed if I can't understand what the idiot is saying?”
Diana Pharaoh Francis, Shadow City

Neil Gaiman
“In their huge bedroom that night, Tyr said to Thor, "I hope you know what you are doing."

"Of course I do," said Thor. But he didn't. He was just doing whatever he felt like doing. That was what Thor did best.”
Neil Gaiman, Norse Mythology

Kevin Hearne
“He didn’t spend time on niceties like saying hello. He answered the phone with, “Have you changed your mind about Thor?” “Um … no,” I said, and he promptly hung”
Kevin Hearne, Hexed
tags: thor

Daniel Keidl
“Oh, one more thing,' Thor calls out. 'If I know my prophecy, and I do, you beautiful ladies had best start looking for a boat!”
Daniel Keidl, Armageddon: Pick Your Plot

“There is nothing more reassuring than knowing that the world is crazier than you are.”
Dr. Erik Selvig Thor The Dark World

Cory O'Brien
“and Thor really likes hair, I guess
so he gets SUPER ANGRY
and he chases down Loki and is like "Hey
how about I cut of all of your FACE?!"
and Loki is like "But I need my face
for making infuriating smirks with!”
Cory O'Brien
tags: loki, thor

“Is there anything more beautiful than gold?” - Freya's question.

Plain-thoughted Thor spoke. “A farm at first light
Is more beautiful than gold, or
A ship's sails in the mist.
Many ordinary things are far more beautiful.”
George Webbe Dasent, Popular Tales from the Norse

David   Silverman
Bill O'Reilly: I'll tell you why it's not a scam. In my opinion, all right? Tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication. You can't explain that. You can explain why the tide goes in…
David Silverman: Tide goes in, tide goes out…?
O'Reilly: Yeah, see, the water — the tide comes in and it goes out, Mr. Silverman. It always comes in…
Silverman: Maybe it's Thor up on Mount Olympus who's making the tides go in and out… [Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, 4 January 2011]”
David Silverman
tags: god, thor, tides

Jonathan Hickman
“It feels wrong.'
'Sending you out there, Thor. It feels wrong.'
'How might that be?'
'Well...I'm staying here to fix the Avengers while you're...'
'Undergoing a different trial.'
'I'm just saying...The auger is going to throw all of you to the other side of the multiverse. Tens of thousands of Universes away.'
'Sounds very far.'
'You certainly don't measure the distance in miles. Regardless...I stay here and try and fix the Avengers--a group of which you were a founding member...'
'While I go to smite at the very heart of what caused...all this. I wish you well in repairing the dream, Roberto...I hope that when the moment comes, my will is as steady as yours. My heart as righteous. Soon...we shall see.'
'You understand, right? There's no coming back. You're all going to die out there.'
'Aye. It is an end. But to die...striking down the great destroyer? That would be a fitting one. So if you pray, pray that I am not found wanting...and instead am worthy of such a glorious end.”
Jonathan Hickman

Al Ewing
“Well, I could never lie to you, Thor. I'm actually the All-Mother's undercover operative in the cause of niceness and puppies, and I'm here on a top-secret spy-type thingie. Shh! Don't tell anyone.”
Al Ewing, Loki: Agent of Asgard, Vol. 1: Trust Me

Stan Lee
“Nevermore shall men make slaves of others! Not in Asgard--not on Earth--not any place where the hammer of Thor can be swung--or where men of good faith hold freedom dear!”
Stan Lee

Joanne Harris
“Thor looked at Maddy. "What d'you mean, Father?"
He had loosened his grip on Loki, who was now flattened against the cell wall as far from Jormungand as he could manage while Ellie, incensed at this latest invasion, lashed out at the serpent with her walking stick.
"Terrific," said Loki under his breath. "Come to Netherworld. Meet the kids.

Joanne Harris, Runemarks

Bernard Cornwell
“I remember laughing at that moment, and I remember my son frowning at me in puzzlement. What I remember best of all, though, was the sudden certainty that the gods were with me, that they would fight for me, that my sword would be their sword. ‘We’re going to win,’ I told my son. I felt as if Odin or Thor had touched me. I had never felt more alive and never felt more certain. I knew there would be no more mistakes and that this was no dream.
I had come to Bebbanburg and Bebbanburg would be mine.”
Bernard Cornwell, The Flame Bearer

Ronie Kendig
“About time someone dug that heart out of your butt”
Ronie Kendig, Conspiracy of Silence

Morgane J.A.
“Par Odin, Thor et Tom Hiddleston !”
Morgane J.A., Entre Feu & Glace

Kevin Hearne
“Helgarson won’t tell me, but it must have been bad. His fangs pop out if you just say ‘Thor’ aloud, and he hunts carpenters simply because they use hammers.”
Kevin Hearne, Hounded
tags: thor

Jonathan Hickman
“Hyperion: We're going to die here today.
Thor: Aye...But let it be on our terms. One more time. Our very...Huurggg!...best.
(Thor is unable to lift the mjolnir from an alternate universe - Thorr's hammer of unworthiness)
Thor: Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! So be it. If this is the end let me not meet is as The Unworthy...but as my father's son. The occasion demands I offer you a drink, Hyperion, but unfortunately, I have none.
Hyperion: That's because we drank it all, brother.
Thor: Yes. We did.. Nothing left to do now but the other thing.
Hyperion: I just want to say... for some time I believed I survived the death of two worlds -- now I know it just took a while to catch up with me. It's a dark thing, what my life became... you have made it better, Odinson. Will you wait for me in Valhalla?
Thor: Brother... this day, I will race you there.
*Against the bleak nothing of dead space, two gods fell to many. The sun shone one last time. There was lightning, and thunder... and then silence.*”
Jonathan Hickman, Avengers: Time Runs Out, Volume 4

Dylan Callens
“Bullshit!” Thor shouted at the stage, causing the actor playing Estelle to look at the audience. Thor added, “Just leave. Be done with this nightmare of a play! Goddamn cowards!”
Dylan Callens, Operation Cosmic Teapot

Dylan Callens
“Alarmed, Odin announced, “This thing says Mazda on it!”

The group took a close look at the decal on the back of the car. Thor brought his war hammer over his head, “What is it? Can I smash it?”

Odin put his hand up, “No, wait. I don't think that this is a god. Look, there are others named Mazda, too. I think these are used to transport people.”
Dylan Callens, Operation Cosmic Teapot

Jason Aaron
“Worthiness should not be defined by the whims of magic weapons. Rise, my son, and let the hammer be damned. Rise and remember the hero that you are.”
Jason Aaron

Neil Gaiman
“One of the dwarfs walked in front of Thor to get a better view of the prye, and Thor kicked him irritably into the middle of the flames, which made Thor feel slightly better and made all the dwarfs feel much worse.”
Neil Gaiman, Norse Mythology

Robert Low
“I had forgotten that, while Thor hurls his Hammer from storm-clouds, Odin prefers his strike to come out of a calm sky.”
Robert Low, The White Raven

Neil Gaiman
“Well?" said Loki. "What about you, Heimdall? Do you have any suggestions?"
"I do," said Heimdall. "But you won't like it."
Thor banged his fist down upon the table. "It does not matter whether or not we like it," he said. "We are gods! There is nothing that any of us gathered here would not do to get back Mjollnir, the hammer of the gods. Tell us your idea, and if it is a good idea, we will like it."
"You won't like it," said Heimdall.
"We will like it!" said Thor.
"Well," said Heimdall, "I think we should dress Thor as a bride. Have him put on the necklace of the Brisings. Have him wear a bridal crown. Stuff his dress so he looks like a woman. Veil his face. We'll have him wear keys that jingle, as women do, drape him with jewels -"
"I don't like it!" said Thor. "People will think... well, for a start they'll think I dress up in women's clothes. Absolutely out of the question. I don't like it. I am definitely not going to be wearing a bridal veil. None of us like this idea, do we? Terrible, terrible idea. I've got a beard. I can't shave off my beard."
"Shut up, Thor," said Loki son of Laufey. "It's an excellent idea.”
Neil Gaiman

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