Jane Foster was the astrophysicist who discovered how to track the Bifrost Bridge beaming down on Earth, which is what drew her to Thor after his banishment to Earth. Jane helped him to learn humility and reclaim Worthiness of his hammer, Mjolnir. The two quickly fell in love and would eventually be married by the Allfather himself, Odin, following Thor being welcomed back to Asgard. After Thor began splitting his time on Earth and Asgard by joining the Avengers, Jane became the team's scientific liaison. After years with the Avengers, Thor met his end when Midgard was invaded by Surtur and he sacrificed himself to save the world. After mourning Thor, Jane discovered she too was Worthy of lifting Mjolnir, and was imbued with the power of Thor, taking up his name and joining the Avengers.
Thor would later be recruited into the Outsiders under special circumstances. Unlike the Outsiders that came before her, she was called to action when the team was in need, rather than her reality needing fixing. She was more than willing to join the team and answer the call to make change on a grander scale. However, after Colossus was freed from Limbo, Thor was happy to return to her home reality and offer her assistance in the future, should the Outsiders ever need it.
Powers and Abilities
- Super Strength
- Worthiness of Mjolnir
- Genius Level Intellect
Being separated from Mjolnir for too long
Equipment: None known.
Transportation: The Tallus
- No special notes.
- Thor was recruited into the Outsiders as a temporary replacement for Colossus when he was trapped in Limbo by an alternate version of his sister.
- Jane's hair changes colors depending on whether or not she is wielding Mjolnir.
- She is one of the few Outsiders to finish her tenure with the team without losing her life, and has offered her assistance to the team should they need it in the future.
- Appearances of Jane Foster (Earth-5902)
- Character Gallery: Jane Foster (Earth-5902)
- Quotations by Jane Foster (Earth-5902)
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