The first Thor: Love and Thunder trailer will definitely keep fans on the edge of their seats. After all, this marks the return of God of Thunder for years, and we also got a peek of Jane Foster reprising her role as the Mighty Thor. However, many expressed disappointment that the teaser did not include a glimpse of Gorr the God Butcher in action. Nonetheless, the movie included an incredible sight of one of Gorr’s first victims!
Thor: Love and Thunder‘s first trailer seems to reveal that the God of Thunder is all set to retire and lead a tranquil life. However, there is one scene in which Thor and Korg come face to face with the enormous corpse of what seems to be a dinosaur, dragon, or perhaps Jormungandr.
The carcass may seem to be that of a normal-looking huge reptile, but it really belonged to a deity. Falligar the Behemoth is the patron deity of the Galactic Frontier and the Tournament of Immortals’ champion god. The character is originally featured in Thor: God of Thunder #3, and although Thor first does not understand why Falligar died, he eventually finds out that Gorr the God Butcher murdered the Behemoth.
It’s a cool but tragic reference to comic books, given that the scenario appears exactly like the page in the issue, except for the presence of Korg. Nonetheless, this may be the moment when Thor gets that someone is out there hell-bent on annihilating all gods.