He fits the criteria
How does the god of storms get electrocuted?
@K1l, *confused math thinking meme intensifies*
@K1l, top 10 questions science still can't answer
@K1l, I’ve seen a lot of discussions where people point out that the effects of the taser on him look really similar to the sonic paralyzer that Obadiah Stane used on Tony in Iron Man 1. So it’s possible it’s based on sonic technology rather than electricity. Or it might even just do both as a backup so it can be used against someone who might be immune to one or the other.
@K1l, *God of Sparkles
@K1l, lightning is static electricity, much like a Van DerGraff generator. You can touch it, your hair stands up, but you don't die. Stick a fork in an electric socket, which has direct current electricity, you get electrocuted.
For the TL;DR crowd: static electricity and direct current electricity are not the same thing.
@K1l, Hollywood designed this Thor model on the US’s 110v standards, but they accidentally plugged him in at European standards (220 volts).
@Suicide Squad Sucks, you definitely need to change that to Alternating current. Wall power is Not DC in N. America, S. America, Russia or Europe. And I'm pretty sure in all of Asia as well. There may be some villages that run DC for reasons of being dumb or only having small scale solar power, but those are exceptions to the rule.
He's a Loki Disney Princess
@Good Guy Satan, that was terrible. I'd tell you to go to hell but...here's an upvote
I think we all know what Elsa was really asking.
All of those questions, but no one bothers to ask Thor how his hammer is doing.
Poison and electric shock are 2 different things guys
But Belle went willingly...and was able to leave....