War of The Realms has finally wrapped up after a lot of incidents. The next question is- where does it go from there. Fans didn’t have to wait long as they got to take a look at what the future holds for Marvel’s Universe in War of The Realms Omega #1.
What Did War Of The Realms Omega #1 Show Fans?
That glimpse revealed interesting threads for characters like The Punisher, Malekith and Loki. But one of the biggest reveals had to do with Jane Foster. We saw in War of The Realms that Jane had taken up War Thor’s Hammer during the war ad then used it to become Thor once more. But by the end of the series it had shattered and formed around her arm. This allowed her to conjure it into any shape she desired.
Spoiler Alert for War of The Realms Omega #1 written by Jason Aaron, Gerry Duggan, Al Ewing and Daniel Kibblesmith. It is being drawn by Oscar Bazaldua, Juan E. Ferreyra, and Carlos Alberto Fernandez Urbano.
What Happens To Jane Foster In The War Of The Realms Omega #1?
In this, Jane is working with her friend as they process the bodies of the many Valkyries who fell to Malekith’s forces during the war. This also included Brunnhilde who he had viciously slayed during the war. They are then surprised when Thor shows up and during a conversation with him, Jane notices that Thor is sad, especially after he tells her that without the Valkyries there’s no Valhalla. This is because they are the ones who are in charge of leading warriors to the utopian place. Jane remarks that she has never seem him like this. She says:
“I’ve seen him beaten, broken, unworthy, but never so…desolate. It’s as if in taking on the rule of Asgard…he’s taken on all its sadness. He’s not just mourning friends, he’s mourning his faith. I want to help. To heal him. Heal them all. If-if Asgard needs a Valkyrie…”
Right then a voice says- “Jane Foster… I hear you.” The spirit of Brunnhilde rises up and says “Do you accept our task, Jane Foster? Will you shoulder the burden? Will you fight for both with equal courage, with Undrjarn the all-weapon upon your arm? Will you bear our name Jane Foster?”
Jane then reaches out to touch Brunnhilde saying, “it’s a job I need to do.” Brunnhilde responds by saying:
“Then I name you. By the ten great realms and all the worlds beyond, I name you Valkyrie!”
Jane then wears the Valkyrie armor and now that there is a Valkyrie again, the rest of the fallen warriors will finally be able to rest in Valhalla.
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