Thor: Ragnarok is so metal that it got me on a creative spree today. I couldn’t stop thinking about Loki’s horns and Thor’s Hammer. Poor Mjolnir is the first victim of Hela. But, is she as bad as she seems? Where does she get the makeup? It’s most likely that she gets it from the same shop the Winter Soldier does.
Despite the full trailer being an ode to Thor, Loki has created enough havoc online as to provoke a hurricane. Seconds, he appears only seconds, and he’s making all ovaries explode! Tumblr is on fire! Why? Because the Trickster is horny, and because we’re left to explore an almost hammer-less Thor. (Spoiler alert: he has two Hammers and not only Mjolnir!)
Now, if you want to share a laugh, and explore what the trailer has to offer, I invite you to download this ode to horny helmets, naughty guyliners, and hammers.
Comics THORsday comes back with the Vision! In the Vision #3 we can see some other aspects of the Vision’s family. They just look too human as to be said that they’re just machines. In this issue we’re confronted with a profound question: are those different to us that different? Aren’t we making of different people aliens? Are we dehumanizing those who look different to us? Remember that the Visions have moved to a human neighbourhood where there are no Superheroes. They want to achieve the ordinary. However, they are extraordinary. And despite being extraordinary, they’re kind of similar to us. They fear, they commit errors, they react to threats in a human way. So, what is this issue trying to tell us?
Just take a quick look at the political affairs of the world today, and pay particular attention to the current world emigration floods that are happening around the world. Not only families are moving for work, but some families are also running for their lives. In a world like this, the Visions are but explaining tons about our humanity or lack thereof.