Religion: Norse/Teutonic deity
Other Names: Odin Borson; The All-Father; Woden; Wotan; Atum-Re; Infinity; Wulf the Wanderer
First Appearance (Additional Details): (mentioned) Journey Into Mystery (vol. 1) #85 (Oct. 1962): "Trapped by Loki, the God of Mischief!"; (seen) Journey Into Mystery (vol. 1) #86 (Nov. 1962): "On the Trail of the Tomorrow Man!"
Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes
Number of Appearances: 307
Comic Book Appearances: 301
TV, Film Appearances: 5
Video Game, Computer Game Appearances: 1
Note: Thor's father
BELOW: Nick Fury tells Thor he doesn't believe in any gods:
Fury put down his pen and squeezed the bridge of his nose. "Okay," he said with his eyes closed. "I get it. If I have to raise my right hand and swear that I believe you're the Norse god of thunder just to get you to leave, I'll do it." He raised his right hand, looking down at his desk. Ten seconds or so later, he looked up. "You're not gone."
"You're not very convincing," Thor said.
"Neither are you, Mister Son of Odin, or Wotan, or whatever we're supposed to call him. I don't believe in gods--any of them--and until you bring Jesus Christ himself in to walk across the Upper Bay from Battery Park to here, that isn't going to change. Far as I'm concerned, you're a garden-variety anti-globalization wacko who got hold of some tech that nobody can reverse-engineer. Doesn't make you anything special."
Thor had started smiling at "Wotan," and couldn't stop. "Quite a speech, General Fury."
"You provoke me," Fury said.
"Well. Let me provoke you to pay attention."
Source: The Ultimates: Against All Enemies (2007), pg. 38-39. Written by Alex Irvine. See also: gods; impiety; disbelief; Jesus Christ; Norse/Teutonic paganism; Atheist; Non-Religious; Christian (generic); Thor (Donald Blake); Nick Fury; Jesus Christ (Jesus of Nazareth); Odin
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