The “World War of The Worlds” is on? Will the Earth ever escape the clutches of the evil aliens, the Jir’als, or other extraterrestrials that have arrived? The new animated series “The Mighty Thor” hits the big screen in April 2014 at the Walt Disney Studios, and fans of the animated characters are in for a treat. But will these big-screen versions be the same as the movie versions? In this look back at the animated features of Jokertz and Hoult, we explore the differences and similarities (and some very funny differences…), and find out how far these series have come.
The first of the Mighty Thor animated series, “The Mighty Thor” was a big hit with kids and families ages 14 and under. The series starred Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as the titular superhero. Johnson was the first major Hollywood signing for Marvel Animation, the animation studio that was founded in the late 1980s by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Marvel’s first Marvel Studios animated feature film was 2008’s Iron Man, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson as two of the most popular superhero comics characters of the day, Iron Man and Thor. While Iron Man was an important property for Disney, Thor was an even bigger deal for Marvel. The franchise was created by Robert Kanigher, J. Michael Straczynski and Christopher L. Bennett. Kanigher would later go on to produce Spider-Man as well as create the first Marvel movie on Saturday The Lord of the Rings (1998). Bennett is best known in a cartoon world as the creator of SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer. His other works include The Looney Tunes: Back in Action Adventures and My Very Own Looney Tunes Movie & TV Show.
Thor was made for the Disney Channel in 2009 and the studio has been building up the series ever since. The first issue, which is titled “Thor: The Dark World” and is in the comic book line, comes out April 1, on the company’s digital and physical comic shops. The two Thor animated series that launched this year were also released in 2009. The second, just about two years later and titled “The Mighty Thor 2: Rise of the Mad Titan,” is a different, somewhat shorter series that has now been picked up by Marvel Animated. With only one episode left in the season, we can only wait to see the final outcome. Check out the first two episodes below.
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