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Monday, 17 July 2017 13:56

Spider-Man: Homecoming Threw In A Fun Thor Easter Egg

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Warning: Spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: Homecoming! Read at your own risk!

If you have seen Spider-Man: Homecoming, then you already know that the Web Head's latest cinematic outing feels packed to the brim with Easter eggs and references to other Marvel properties.

From a hilarious cameo by Captain America to the tease of Scorpion in a future Spider-Man movie, Peter Parker's first solo MCU outing is a deep dive into the overarching Marvel lore. That said, there's one Easter egg that you may not have noticed, and it has broad implications for Thor's corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Viking Avenger calls himself the God of Thunder, and now it seems certain folks in the MCU worship him as a legitimate deity.

What started as a simple Easter egg discovered on Reddit (via io9) has spun out of control into a full blown fan theory about the state of religion in the Marvel films. It all stems from one seemingly insignificant shot in Spider-Man: Homecoming in which we see a sign advertising the "Korean Church of Asgard." For even the most superficial Marvel fan, it is clear that this means a portion of New York's Korean population is flocking to a church to worship Thor, Odin, The Warriors Three, and Lady Sif -- to name a few.

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