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In superhero gender bend, Marvel unveils Thor as a woman

The female version of the Marvel comic book superhero character Thor is shown in this publicity image released to Reuters on July 15, 2014, courtesy of Marvel Comics.  REUTERS/Marvel Comics/Handout via Reuters

The female version of the Marvel comic book superhero character Thor is shown in this publicity image released to Reuters on July 15, 2014, courtesy of Marvel Comics. REUTERS/Marvel Comics/Handout via Reuters

The female version of the Marvel comic book superhero character Thor is shown in this publicity image released to Reuters on July 15, 2014, courtesy of Marvel Comics. REUTERS/Marvel Comics/Handout via Reuters
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The female version of the Marvel comic book superhero character Thor is shown in this publicity image released to Reuters on July 15, 2014, courtesy of Marvel Comics.  REUTERS/Marvel Comics/Handout via Reuters

The female version of the Marvel comic book superhero character Thor is shown in this publicity image released to Reuters on July 15, 2014, courtesy of Marvel Comics. REUTERS/Marvel Comics/Handout via Reuters

The female version of the Marvel comic book superhero character Thor is shown in this publicity image released to Reuters on July 15, 2014, courtesy of Marvel Comics. REUTERS/Marvel Comics/Handout via Reuters
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