Thor has messy hair, the same mould as Dastan's, except in blond. He has a double sided bearded head with serious and angry expressions. He wears Earth Blue armour, with three circles on each side and grey arms, unprinted earth blue legs and wears a red cape. He has back printing depicting the back of his armour. He wields a new moulded grey hammer which represents Mjolnir, (pronounced Mih-Yoll-Ner), a powerful hammer which only he, or sometimes those who are worthy, can use.
In Thor, Thor is the son of Odin the All-Father, and Jord, the spirit of the Earth and brother to Loki.
During Thor's ceremony of becoming king of Asgard, three Frost Giants broke into Odin's vault to retrieve the Casket, an object of great power that once belonged to the Frost Giants. They were defeated by the Destroyer, but Thor's ceremony was interrupted and he decided use Bifrost to travel to Jotunheim to investigate the matter with their king. However, it ended in a huge battle and after he returned, his father Odin branded him reckless and foolish and banished him to Earth.
On Earth, Thor met Jane Foster, a scientist and his love interest, and professor Erik Selvig. He tried to reclaim his hammer from a S.H.I.E.L.D. compound erected around it. He managed to reach it, but could not wield it because he was no longer worthy. He learned on Earth what it meant to be a true hero.
Meanwhile, Loki soon discovered that he was in fact a Frost Giant himself, and had been disguised as a god. When Odin fell into a deep sleep, he became king temporarily and he commanded the Destroyer to go to Earth and kill Thor. This failed, and when Thor returned to Asgard, they had a climatic battle on the bridge, which ended in Loki letting himself fall, disappearing into the unknown.