a Nordic viking god who was one of the sons of Odin. He was a god of thunder and lightening and the main enemy of the giants. Thor is also the product name for T1/E1 network interface adapters.
( also Donar or Donner, German) is the red-haired and bearded god of thunder and lightning in Germanic and Norse Mythology, the son of Odin and Jord. While Odin is the god of the powerful and aristocratic, Thor is much more the god of the common man, often siding with mortals against other gods. Thor was an outright hero for mankind, powerfully defeating his enemies, though he lost a wrestling match to an old woman named Elli (old age).
(Norse mythology) god of thunder and rain and farming; pictured as wielding a hammer emblematic of the thunderbolt; identified with Teutonic Donar
Scandinavian; God of the Sky and Thunder. A kindly God of the common people, including farmers and sailors.
In Norse myth, THOR was the son of ODIN. He is identified with his thunderous "hammer" which could strike a target from a distance and return like lighting. See ASGARD.
Thor is a recurring character in Stargate SG-1. He is voiced by Michael Shanks (who also plays the regular character Dr. Daniel Jackson on the series).
The Thor is a powerful OmniMech employed by the fictional pseudo-tribal groups known as the Clans in the Battle Tech Universe. The Thor weighs 70 tons and is a favorite mech of , due to its quick-strike abilities.
Thor is a fictional character in the Comico comic book series Elementals. He was created by Bill Willingham and first appeared in Elementals #23 (Volume 1).
Thor (often called The Mighty Thor) is a fictional character and a superhero appearing in the Marvel Universe. Based on the god of the same name from Norse mythology and created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, and penciller Jack Kirby, he first appeared in Journey into Mystery # 83 (Aug. 1962). The uncredited initial inker was Joe Sinnott.Per http://www.maelmill-insi.de/UHBMCC/MTALES2.HTM#S2 The Unofficial Handbook of Marvel Comics Creators, "On the letter page of Thor (I) #433, Ron Frenz claims that this story was inked by Joe Sinnott; confirmed by [Sinnot's son,] Mark Sinnott.