Thor Tales of Asgard
Thor Tales of Asgard is a seventy-seven
minute animated movie where we meet a young Thor and a young Loki. Thor
is presented as a spoiled prince who is protected by his father the king
Odin. The biggest issue I have with Thor Tales of Asgard is the good
guys are shown as bad, and the bad guys are shown as good. Total and
complete redefinition of the known Marvel universe.
Thor Tales of Asgard is also annoying in how Thor is such a disobedient son. Plenty of violence is shown in this animated film. Thor Tales of Asgard also contains enticement to lust. Which is disturbing since the characters are not adults. I also noticed some anti-male attacks in Thor Tales of Asgard.
The most interesting thing in Thor Tales of Asgard to me is how the hammer is not a part of this movie. Thor is all about getting a legendary sword. He makes all kinds of efforts in his quest to get the sword. Then just gives it away to the Frost Giants because they invade.
The Asgardians look very weak in Thor Tales of Asgard. I was very disappointed by this personally. I noticed another fascinating thing in Thor Tales of Asgard. Borders mean something in this movie. People from neighboring countries are not supposed to go treasure hunting in their neighbors land. They are not supposed to illegally cross the border. Although I never saw anything in Thor Tales of Asgard that denoted an immigrations office.
Thor Tales of Asgard comes with plenty of extras. There is the Blu-ray, DVD, The Avengers Earth’s Mightiest Heroes bonus episode, commentary, making of, and more. Much of the bonus content in Thor Tales of Asgard is fluff. People who worked on the project telling you how amazing everyone else is, and how great the product is. We already purchased it. You don’t need to tell us we did the right thing.
Family Friendly Factor: 40%
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated
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