Thor's Led Zeppelin Fails in How Thor: Ragnarok Should Have Ended

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HISHE Studios turns its attention this week to Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok for the latest edition of "How It Should Have Ended," playing up the hit sequel's dark, comedic tone, and having some fun at the expense of the god of thunder.

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The animated parody opens with Hela coming to the Bifrost and killing Fandrall and Volstagg before nearly dispatching Skurge. After she recruits him for her cause, she takes the Bifrost Sword with her, stating that it's, "kind of the key to this whole thing."

The video skips ahead to the climactic battle between Thor and Hela, when the Asgardians attempt to escape on the massive ship from Sakaar. The vessel is stabbed by one of Hela's spikes, but before Skurge can have his big moment of redemption, several more impale the ship and cause it to explode.

As if it couldn't get worse for Thor, Loki never awakens Surtur, and instead takes the Tesseract and flees Asgard. We're then treated to a scene at the Villain Cafe where Loki, Hela and Thanos are all there laughing at those events while the Mad Titan gets to flirt a bit with the goddess of death.

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The video ends with another alternate ending in which Doctor Strange causes Hela to fall infinitely, and prevents the destruction of Asgard. Thor and Loki then take their time to talk with Batman and Superman in the Superhero Cafe.

Directed by Taika Waititi, Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, Cate Blanchett as Hela, Jeff Goldblum as the Collector, Idris Elba as Heimdall, Karl Urban as Skurge and Anthony Hopkins as Odin.

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