Thor Love And Thunder, The dark turn in Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy when one of the Hargreeves revealed their treasonous motives was remixed in Thor: Love and Thunder.
When Allison made the decision to turn on her siblings in the season finale of The Umbrella Academy, it was one of the show’s most startling scenes ever. This season, the majority of her storyline focused on mourning as she sought a method to get her daughter Claire back. Because Allison’s biological family didn’t exist in the new timeline they had traveled to, she was left feeling alone and damaged. Allison became enraged, hopeless, and aggressive against her own tribe as a result of the heartbreaking, empathetic picture it gave of loss, thor love, and thunder.
As a result, Allison unexpectedly joined forces with Sir Reginald Hargreeves to create a scenario in which Claire was still alive. It was indeed compared by many Marvel Cinematic Universe fans to Scarlet Witch’s voyage in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Gorr, who produced a similarly sorrowful finale, gave Allison’s narrative a more appropriate remix for Thor: Love and Thunder, thor love and thunder.
Allison betrayed her family on The Umbrella Academy by seizing possession of the reset button at the Hotel Oblivion. She would use it to restart reality and revive Claire. The Sparrows (apart from Ben) were all eliminated throughout the procedure, the Sparrow siblings lost their powers, and Luther lost his chance to fall in love with Sloane. However, Allison didn’t care since she had Claire back and was happy that the supposed “death” had been changed so that they could live in paradise.
Thematically, Gorr’s narrative in Love and Thunder was comparable to Allison and Claire’s because, unlike Wanda’s twins for a short while, his kid was a genuine person for years. He was furious at the gods turning their backs on their devotees, particularly his deceased daughter, and eventually found his own reset button. He eventually discovered the location of Eternity’s well, but instead of wishing the gods away, Jane and Thor’s love convinced him that there was still good and light to be found in the universe. Gorr therefore longed for his kid, Love, to come back to life, thor love and thunder.
Gorr couldn’t be with the girl since, unlike Allison, he passed away, but once Thor admitted he would adopt Love, Gorr was content, much like a dying Jane. Admittedly, both distorted the idea of motherhood, with Allison’s mission finding her rejecting her family, acting as if she were god, and rewriting the course of history for everyone. Even though Gorr was just as vindictive, he decided against becoming the same thing he despised when given the opportunity to play god, thor love and thunder.
With the exception of bringing Love back, he chose not to transform into this type of monster and disturb the natural order of things. It is what set him apart from Allison, who Reginald transformed into the scheming puppet master she detested. Gorr thus showed empathy and compassion for others in creating his paradise by renewing Love, but Allison was ultimately more selfish and didn’t care how her choice impacted other people.
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Rapu, the god of Gorr, was deeply conceited and pompous
Thor: Love and Thunder’s first scene made it horrifyingly plain why Gorr killed gods. He sought his beloved god Rapu for assistance while a mortal dying of thirst and hunger, only to discover that Rapu is a pretentious, egotistical deity who doesn’t care about his mortal devotees.
Rapu’s attitude and conversation made his sickeningly haughty demeanor evident despite the fact that nothing more is known about him. Rapu was not only egotistical and arrogant, he also mercilessly made fun of his devoted disciple Gorr and minimized the importance of human life. That is why Gorr used the Necrosword to kill him.