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Captain America VS Thor

Updated on August 21, 2012

Real Name: Steven Rogers

Citizenship: American

Place of Birth: New York, New York

Height: 6'2''

Weight: 220 lbs

Eyes: Blue

Hair: Blond

The Sentinel of Liberty

Captain America is the perfect soldier. He is the first product of the United State's goal which is to create the best soldiers to serve the country.  The super soldier-formula that he took gave him abilities that are far better than the best Olympic athletes.  The chemical formula he ingested eliminated the system that causes fatigue to an individuals' muscles which cause him to run, jump and be active and still not tiring.  Although his powers are not at the level above human capacity, he is at the peek when it comes to agility, strength and endurance that any human can have. He is a master of traditional American boxing and judo. His only and distinctive weapon is a 2.5 feet concave disk.  It is made from a unique metal which is called Vibranium-alloy which is incomparable to non when it comes to durability. Captain America will fight for justice until the last breath. However, what if his enemy is a friend in the name or Thor? Can he still show to everyone the might of his shield?

Real Name: Thor Odinson

Citizenship: Asgard; honorary US citizen

Place of Birth: A certain cave in Norway

Height: 6'6''

Weight: 640 lbs

Eyes: Blue

Hair: Blond

God of Thunder

Thor is a God. He is the son of Odin and Gaea. That is why there is no question about his strength and speed. He can crush anyone that blocks his path with his hammer. This is not like a hammer that you can find in a hardware shop because it is indestructible. Only he and other deserving individuals like Captain America was able to wield it. This hammer is known to be the Mjolnir. It provides Thor the power to control thunder and use it to devastate his foes. Moreover, the Mjolnir will follow his every command and is more like a sidekick than a weapon. He usually throws it to the enemies and causes a blow that only a few can dodge or repel. The hammer also comes to his aid if needed. Nonetheless, Thor is still capable without his hammer because he mastered the art of war and can use literally any kind of weapon from spears, swords and axes. It is not a good idea to mess with him given any reason. However, can he bestow his wrath to Captain America? He is his the Avengers' leader, a teammate, and a friend. Will the Thor be as fierce given an enemy that was once an ally?

All out war between avengers!

The two of them are like brothers. Captain America was even given the chance to use Thor's hammer. How can the two fighter of justice develop intentions to fight an all out rumble against each other? The unexpected battle happened when Victor Von Doom created a machine that can control Gods. His first target was Thor and he succeeded on his goal. Thor became his puppet and wreak havoc to earth. Although crippled by the loss of a powerful ally, the Avengers still fought back. The arena was all set up for a battle between the two mighty avengers. Captain America was hesitant at first but as he felt the agony of his friend while being controlled by the enemy, he took his stand and fought to end it at once. He threw his shield with all his strength but Thor dodged it easily. Captain America's shield took some time to reach him and Thor knew this weakness. He abruptly rushed for a counter-attack. Captain America was left with nothing to guard himself. A hit from Thor's hammer was so devastating that even the Sentinel of Liberty was shaken. Thor is trying to gain his consciousness and this hesitation gave Captain America some time to regain composure. He threw his shield one more time and it was a direct hit. Thor was struggling to get his consciousness back but Victor Von Doom maximized the mind-control machines' output and gained full control of Thor once more. Thor is too powerful for Captain America. His Godly strength and speed left Captain America no other choice but to use his ultimate attack which is "Final Justice" where he charges with his shield to leave the enemy in the air, vulnerable to his succeeding attacks. Thor also headed fast towards him alongside the crushing power of his hammer. The two powerful forces intersected and it literally shook the world. The dust and fog cleared and all we can see are several debris and the fallen Captain America.

Incomparable bravery

The mind-control machine was at its limits and self-destructed. Nonetheless, Victor Von Doom was successful. Captain America has fallen. Thor regained his consciousness and was shocked. He killed a teammate, a friend, a brother. Ironman carried the fallen Captain America out of the battle scene and Thor was left in such pain. Yes, Captain America is not a God. He can't escape death like all of us. Yet,his bravery is second to none. He fought for liberty until his last breath. He might have fallen but he won.

  • The content is purely fictional and it never happened in the Avenger series.

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      8 years ago

      Marvel did a Thor Hercules fight, naturally no clear winner and it ended because Odin and Zeus called it off to avoid a war between Asgard and Olympus. Thor fought the Hulk too without using his hammer because the Hulk said that was cheating, kind of an interrupted draw naturally.

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      Alma Cabase 

      8 years ago from Philippines

      True. He is called the God of Thunder for a reason.

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      Chris hemworth 

      8 years ago

      I am in the Thor movie, and I say Thor is strong.

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      9 years ago

      well cap was a good friend with thor so he did not what to kill him so he was not fighting at full power. if he had been who knows the ending.

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      @JM, you read comics? 

      9 years ago

      Thor vs Hulk comic in particular, I'm guessing not? In a straight melee battle between the two, Hulk inevitable get's pissed off enough that he starts to whoop Thor's ass. Essentially Thor is only able to kill him, by pulling a (Dragon Ball Z Goku) "instant transmute," taking him to a plant like "Saturn," without a breathable atmosphere, and Thor wins. So to say that he is more "powerful,' than the Hulk is actually quite debatable, depends on your definition of "power."

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      9 years ago

      Only a moron thinks that a properly written Thor could lose to Captain America in a pitched battle. Thor isn't more powerful than any other Avenger. He's more powerful than the rest of the Avengers, including the Hulk, combined. It's called *restraint*, people.

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      9 years ago from Greece

      Poor Captain America! To be defeated by the gods. Ah well, it was expected. I'd like to see Thor vs Marvel Hercules, or maybe even Marvel Zeus. Actually Zeus would be preferred,it would be awesome to see the lightning gods battle it out. This was a awesome hub.

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      9 years ago

      1 point

      thor-killed by hulk

      cap-defeated hulk


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