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Christian Bale's Gorr The God Butcher may be a Symbiote?

Thor: Love & Thunder has revealed its villain, who includes a deep connection to the symbiotes within the comics. But does this mean that Gore is one amongst them?

Christian Bale's Gorr The God Butcher may be a Symbiote?

Thor: Love and Thunder's Gorr the God Butcher has a deep connection to the symbiotic tags in Marvel Comics which could have huge implications for the future of the MCU. The second Thor movie: Love and Thunder have finally revealed the main villain. Gore plays Christian Bale, an alien warrior on a bloody crusade against the gods of the MCU.

The backstory of Gore's comic book creates the possibility that his introduction will lead to further exploration of the MCU's style on the tokens equivalent. These strange parasites exist in the MCU thanks to Spider-Man: No Way Home's multiverse deception. During his brief stay in the MCU, Eddie Brock from Tom Hardy accidentally left a small piece of a poison symbiote. So, while Venom himself has returned to his world, the MCU now has the tools to tell the story of its symbol equivalent in a future Marvel movie or show. However, it is possible that this setting was not necessary. Earth 616 could very well have its symbiotic symbols living there somewhere in space.

Gorr's upcoming MCU appearance has led to discussions of early codes being explored such as Thor: Love and Thunder. In Marvel Comics, Gorr's weapon of choice is the All-Black the Necrosword, which is revealed to be a true icon. It was the first of its kind. The evil god known as Knull created him and became his host. After Knull was defeated in battle, the sword fell into Gore's possession. As a result, the character became the second host of the All-Black symbiote. Gore because of his power has evolved into a destructive force and terror of the gods. Given that Sword is the driving force behind Gore's stories, there's a good chance that as he was in the comics, Gore is an equal host in the MCU.

Christian Bale's Gorr The God Butcher may be a Symbiote?

The MCU has a few options when it comes to dealing with the Gorr symbiote link. The trailer confirms the inclusion of All-Black but does not reveal whether or not the weapon shares a comic book background story. The weapon is certainly important to his Thor 4 plan, so Marvel will have to address it one way or the other. As for how to do that, he could confirm that the All-Black Necroword is a symbiotic symbol, change the origin of the sword completely, or keep its true nature mysterious.

Depending on its approach to the sword, Marvel could use Gorr the God Butcher to further develop the MCU mythology and possibly even provide a proper origin for the MCU's equivalent types. Whatever you establish around the equivalent icons in Thor: Love and Thunder, it could certainly be relevant to future Marvel projects, especially if it plans to do a Venom story with Tom Holland's Spider-Man. Or, it can be used to set up Knull, whose power level gives him the ability to be a cross villain in stage 5.

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