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    New Images From Thor: The Dark World

    The supehero fan community has been granted a large amount of goodies during the past week. Top of the heap has to go to the new Man of Steel trailer, but following that there has been a ton of new images, first looks, and posters to go along with it.

    We've seen new images from the upcoming Spider-Man flick, getting first looks at Harry Osborn and Electro with the latter villain raising more than a few eyebrows around the web. Even today Bryan Singer tweeted out the first look at Halle Berry as Storm from his return to the X-Men film franchise while Iron Man is plastered all over our tv's with the 3rd installment less than 2 weeks away now.

    So in all of this mix of superhero goodness where has the almighty Thor been? Much of The Dark World is still under wraps as far as officially released images, but a pretty standard poster for the movie was released last week with Thor summoning lightning in the snow.

    These two new images from USA Today very well have seemed to be lost amongst all the other comic related properties right now. They don't reveal a whole lot except that Jane Foster looks to be taking a trip to Asgard. I'm sure they will find a way to explain how she is able to be there after Thor destroyed the Bifrost in the first movie, or maybe they will just gloss over it like Whedon did in Avengers. Hemsworth even commented on how Thor may be in the doghouse a bit for not finding Jane once he returned to Earth.

    "Thor still has lot of explaining to do, and a lot of making up," says Hemsworth. "Even demigods end up in the doghouse, mate. So none of us is safe."

    And he also mentions Loki's return as well, showing that no matter how often the brothers are at odds, there will be times when they have to look to each other for help in dire situations.

    "Needing Loki's help turns everything on its head," says Hemsworth. "And it allows us to explore the underlying complexities of their relationship. It really ends up being a kind of chess match."


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