Love and Thunder isn’t the only thing that Thor: Love and Thunder is going to be about. It’s also going to bring one of the comics’ most powerful villains, Christian Bale’s Gorr the God-Butcher, to life on screen. As his name implies, Gorr is a bad guy who wants to kill every god in the universe, which puts a lot of Love and Thunder’s main characters on his hit list. With a few months to go before the movie comes out, Marvel hasn’t said much about Bale’s Gorr. When Gorr makes his debut in the MCU this year, the most important weapon in his arsenal will be with him. A look at one of the movie’s tie-in toys has confirmed this.
The planet Gorr was born on doesn’t have a name. Every day, Gorr was close to starving to death because he didn’t have enough food. They always prayed to Gods for help, but their prayers didn’t work. In the beginning, Gorr was a fan of the Gods. When his children and pregnant wife died, as well as his last son, Agar, who died of starvation and heat, he turned against Gods. Gorr saw the two Gods fight while Agar was fighting for his life. One of them was Knull, the God of Symbiotes, and the other was a gold-clad god. After a while, the two Gods fell to the ground. Angry Gorr killed the armored God with the sword Knull turned into a black mass and merged with Gorr. This began Gorr’s journey as the God-butcher.
Gorr’s history is also very interesting. After he merged with the symbiote left behind by Knull, Gorr spent thousands of years traveling the universe and killing every God he could find. Afterward, after he killed each God, Gorr would eat their blood and get their power.
In terms of Knull, he was the Eldritch God of Darkness, and he came up with the idea for Symbiotes. A lot of people think that Knull is one of the most powerful people in Marvel, but he’s also one of the most powerful bad guys. As for the other Symbiotes, though they were made by Knull, he lost them when one of the Symbiote dragons was hit by the young Thor. This caused them to split up into several individual symbiotes. In the comics, Gorr has been at odds with three different versions of Thor. After traveling through time, Gorr fought against the past, present, and future Thors, all of whom he met.
Marvel recently showed off a bunch of new LEGO sets for Thor: Love and Thunder. One of them is called “The Goat Boat.” There is a Gorr the God Butcher mini-figure in the LEGO set that comes with an all-black sword for the character to hold. This is one of the movie’s most exciting characters, but it isn’t the only one. Because Gorr is so well-known, it’s almost certain that the weapon in question is All-Black the Necrosword. The weapon is very important to Gorr’s story and is what he usually uses to kill gods who don’t like him. The fact that All-Black the Necrosword will be used in Thor: Love and Thunder also opens the door for Knull, the sword’s original owner, to show up in the MCU.
In the comics, All-Black is the universe’s first symbiote and is born from the shadow of Knull, the evil ruler of a place called the Abyss. Knull is angry at the Celestials for creating the universe, which brings light to his kingdom of darkness. So he makes All-Black and kills one of the Celestials with it. then he uses the dead Celestial to make All-Black into a sword of living darkness.
He uses this weapon on his journey to destroy all life in the universe, and it helps him. That is not the case, though. After Knull is knocked out by another god in a fight, Gorr comes across the remains of the fight, and bonds with All-Black. Gorr then uses the Necrosword to start his journey to destroy all the gods in the universe. Knull is left behind on Gorr’s planet. During his time there, Knull starts to use his powers to make more symbiotes.
The Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, the X-Men, Thor, Venom, and Dane Whitman, also known as the Black Knight, are all enemies of the entity. A future Black Knight movie or TV show could use him as an interesting villain. He even tried to get the Ebony Blade for himself at one point, which meant that he could be a good villain. With All-Black the Necrosword, Marvel has a chance to show Knull in the MCU if Thor: Love and Thunder doesn’t change its origin story too much. That’s a good thing because Knull is not only one of Marvel’s most visually appealing comic book villains, but he could also show up in stories with Spider-Man, Black Knight, the Eternals, and Blade.