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  • perthaussieguy

    That’s not very loki then 🙁

    • Dragonofarbitration


  • The Original Green Arrow

    It is an act of ‘a’ God. I’m not sure that the monotheistic insurance companies have worded it broadly enough.

  • I seem to recall reading a comic where this actually was one of the things fueling the hatred between normal people and supers; the insurance-companies would refuse to pay for damages caused by supers, a lot of people and companies suffered when almost no one got a single penny from insurance even when whole skyscrapers came crashing down.

    Can’t remember if it was in a DC Comics-one, a Marvel-one, or some other, though.

    • Caddoc

      That was basically the original plot to the Civil War series of comics. (Marvel).

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  • lostfighter

    Nobody understands that. An Act of God doesn’t mean it’s not covered. It just means the insurer can’t sue anyone.

  • Martin Kamenov Georgiev

    This has been bugging me ever since the first Thor movie: Thor is part of the Norse mythology, though we only call it now ‘mythology’ – he was a genuine god to the peoples living in the region. So, now, the whole world sees that a ‘mythological’ creature from human’s past is actually REAL. And his powers are just as the mythological texts describe them. Now all we have to wonder is…what ELSE is real?!? Is Jesus real? Ganesha? Can we expect Zeus to come down from the skies? Then again, if only Thor is real, does that mean the only true religion is Norse religion? And so on…

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