Marvel has already started featuring Greek gods, especially in Thor: Love and Thunder. Aside from Zeus and Dionysus, let’s see which Marvel Comics Greek gods can be found in the MCU.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has begun to introduce the Greek gods into Thor: Love and Thunder. Russell Crowe’s Zeus is a pivotal character in Thor: Love and Thunder which offers both comic relief to audiences and an important weapon Thor can use against Gorr the Butcher God. wonder began sharing some of the deleted scenes as a way to announce the release of the film’s home video, Dionysus is also featured and puts the possibility of other Gods of Greed joining the MCU in fans’ minds.
The Gods of Greed are used extensively in many Marvel comics, and many gods and characters from Greek mythology are featured. So it is possible for Disney to include many other Greek gods in the MCU. Suppose Marvel will use Greek mythology even more and prepare a list of 5 Greek gods that could be introduced in the future MCU movies.
5 – Aphrodite
Aphrodite, being the goddess of love and beauty, has great potential to be part of the MCU in the future. The romance plot is important to many MCUs movies, especially in Thor: Love and Thunder, the romantic relationship between Thor and Jane is one of the main events of the film. So Aphrodite can be a great contribution to the romance plot and add a different narrative to Thor and Jane’s relationship dynamic.
4 – Hades
Hades, the god of the underworld, is also potentially one of the best mythological entries for the MCU. Thor’s journey into the underworld to save someone may be a plot to watch; Having Hades as the villain also seems interesting. Knowing that Jane Foster is battling cancer, Thor’s journey to save Jane in the underworld is not only possible, but can also be a great way to mix Greek myths with Norse myths.
3 – Hephaestus
When Thor went to Svartalfheim to meet Eitri the Dwarf King and have him forge Thor’s new weapon, the Stormbreaker, an average Greek mythology enthusiast probably imagined a version of Hephaestus forging a divine weapon. Even though the Greek Gods weren’t included in the MCU In the era of Avengers: Infinity War, the future is set for Hephaestus to forge a new weapon.
2 – Hecate
Even though Hecate’s powers and personality don’t entirely match Thor’s plot, she does fit the Scarlet Witch very well. Marvel has already openly introduced magic into both Wanda Vision and Doctor Strange: Into the Multiverse of Madness. So there’s no better place for Hecate, the Goddess of Magic, to join the MCU.
1 – Hercules
Hercules, the son of Zeus, has already surprised some fans by not being featured in Thor: Love and Thunder. With similar characteristics to Thor in terms of heroic strength, courage and ingenuity – they can become close friends and fight back to back. While Zeus has already been featured, Zeus’ demigod son could be next in upcoming MCU movies.