The Sentry is an iconic character from Marvel Comics that is often compared to DC’s version of Superman. Having superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, the power of flight, and the powers of a nearly indestructible god, Sentry is often deemed as one of the strongest.
A Marvel Comic depicting the story of a certain Avenger, however, shows that he is stronger than the Sentry. With the God of Thunder getting extraordinary powers from his father, Thor became one of the mightiest Avengers out there capable of killing The Sentry!
Thor’s Newest Power Upgrade Makes Him Stronger Than The Sentry
Being one of the strongest Avengers out there, Thor has had to go through a lot of difficulties in his journey to attain that power. Talking about how Thor has had some of the fiercest battles out there with several characters, the God of Thunder always seems to get the required power through one way or another.
In Marvel Comics, Issue #23 of Thor revealed that the God of Thunder received a power from his father Odin. The character has been bestowed with the All-Father Odinforce which Thor obtained by doing the same things that Odin did (hanging from a tree, sacrificing one eye, and, more) in hopes of attaining the power. The All-Father Odinforce is described as “the heat of a billion suns”. Comparing that to another iconic character from Marvel Comics, Thor emerges victorious.
Having a similar story to Superman, The Sentry has often been compared to the superhuman. Being a cosmic-level character with superhuman abilities, Sentry has been described as having the “power of a million exploding suns”. Comparing that to Thor’s abilities, the God of Thunder is 1000 times more powerful than The Sentry! This means that if the Sentry were to ever turn bad or rogue, people can still count on Thor Odinson to save the day in the end!
Chris Hemsworth On Gaining Muscle For Thor
With Chris Hemsworth portraying the role of Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the actor has to go through a lot of training for his role. Talking about muscles and muscle memory, the actor revealed in the Marvel Studios: Assembled documentary about how tough it is to portray the God of Thunder.
“Each time I’ve played the character and put the muscle on and out the size on, and then lost it for something else and played another character, there’s muscle memory, and I used to say it sort of got easier each time…This was particularly hard.”
Fans are indeed expecting to see a fight between The Sentry and Thor but Marvel will have to pick a very careful choice of actor for the role. Although it cannot be confirmed yet, the MCU would indeed benefit from a Sentry.