‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Reveals Poster Highlighting Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor
The long-awaited trailer for the upcoming sequel has finally arrived, and with it is a brand new promotional material; Thor: Love and Thunder revealing a poster highlighting Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor.
Marvel’s Phase Four has been highlighted by its commitment to creativity, ambition, and breaking free from the Marvel Mold that has been established within the MCU over more than a decade worth of films.
all of those qualities are more than present in what is easily one of the most anticipated MCU films of the current Phase, Thor: Love and Thunder.
Not only is Thor among the most interesting and ever-growing characters to have existed in the MCU, or is Taika Waititi’s transformative exploration into the lore and mythos of the character among Marvel’s most interesting franchises; but the series should be the most important film of the Thor saga.
One of the biggest reasons for fan excitement, and what should factor into the film is among the most important in Thor’s MCU films, is the debut of The Mighty Thor.
The character MCU Debut was one of the most important developments of Phase Four, and the most recent Thor: Love and Thunder poster shows off Jane Foster’s The Mighty Thor in place of the original poster which showcased the God of Thunder himself.
The one is not the only ⚡️ (via Natalie Portman IG) https://t.co/YMfm0GrQaf pic.twitter.com/nVVocUGSK5
— Thor (@thorofficial) April 20, 2022
The character first arrived during Jason Aaron’s run on Thor, which saw Jane Foster suffering from a debilitating cancer diagnosis; a predicament that is only prolonged by her connection to Mjolnir, the weapon that grants whoever is worthy of the power of Thor.
The series also introduced the character of Gorr the God Butcher; a villain who is hunting down every God in the Marvel universe due to their inactivity in defending and protecting humanity.
The tragedy of the characters- if done properly- could grant the MCU some of the most interesting debuts in the entirety of Marvels Phase Four; with Thor forced to face the potential death of Jane Foster, and the destruction of his kin, in a film that should truly be one of Marvel’s best.