In the recent addition of Marvel Comics, Thanos is haunting Thor in his nightmare. When it comes to the MCU, Thanos was a great threat who defeated an entire fleet of superheroes and killed many in the process. But eventually, after a handful of sacrifices, he was defeated. He has not only distorted the Avengers but even the entire universe. However, it’s different when it comes to the comics. It’s a famous fact that MCU changes a lot when it comes to adapting. For example, in the comics, Thanos is haunting Thor’s nightmare. Check it out!
Thanos Is Haunting Thor In His Nightmares
Earlier, in Thor #6, the God of Thunder realized that his future is darker than anyone could have imagined. Today, we are talking about Thor #16 which is written by Cates, Michele Bandini, Elisabetta D’Amico, Wilson, and Sabino. It all begins with Thor’s worst nightmare playing out. He sees Thanos wielding Mjolnir which is powered by the Infinity Gems and goes on to kill his fellow Avengers. It’s then explained that Thor was narrating this nightmare to Jane.
Thor admits that he regrets looking into the Black Winter and seeing how his end would come. He then accepts the fact that whenever he sleeps at any odd time, the nightmare seems to find its way. Foster points out a great point and tells Thor to take care of the hammer and to not leave it anywhere, such as with Captain America or anyone else. She says, “literally anyone can just come and pick it up,” and that anyone can be Thanos too.
For obvious reasons, Thor should be prepared for his nightmare can come true as well. First, he must take care of Mjolnir, lock it away, and stop giving an open invitation to his death. In the nightmare, Thor pleads for his life after Thanos has killed the Avengers. But the Mad Titan doesn’t care about it and crushes Thor’s skull. Now, the story seems to take a turn towards drama considering Thor has killed Galactus, the Black Winter, and is now haunted by the Titan who wields an Infinity Gem powered Mjolnir. Thor #16 is in comic book stores now.
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