Thor was married twice: first to Iarnsaxa and second to Sif. He had 3 sons and 1 daughter from these 2 marriages. He did not kill any of his family. In this respect he is nothing like Herakles who was promiscuous and uncaring towards his wives.
Within the context of the stories, Freya is the Asgardian goddess of fertility. She appears as a supporting character of Thor.
in Norse mythology, the wife of the thunder god, Thor. Sif was a giantess, goddess of grain and fertility, and one of the Asynjur. She was the mother of Ull, god of archery, skiing, and single combat. Sif was Thor's second wife, and Ull was his stepson.
Jane is Thor's love interest. She is an astrophysicist. Jane appeared in most Thor micro-episodes and in the films.
She is Marvel's original Valkyrie and it appears as though she and Lady Sif will exhibit their prowess as fighters and heroines.
Guardians of the Galaxy. In the Guardians of the Galaxy timeline, by the 31st century Thor and Sif have a son named Woden Thorson.
History: Sif is a warrior goddess of Asgard and the sister of Heimdall, the watchman of Asgard. As a child she had golden hair and was an occasional playmate of Thor, son of Asgard's ruler Odin, and Thor's adoptive brother Loki. While Thor and Sif were still adolescents, they fell in love with each other.
Jane Nelson, known by her more common name of Jane Foster, was a nurse for Dr. Donald Blake, eventually developing feelings for him and Thor, not knowing that they were one and the same.
Concerned, Erik Selvig spoke to Foster, who was willing to help Thor to assist her own research, and convinced her not to, as he believed Thor was dangerous. Foster then told Thor she couldn't help him, so he kissed her hand, which awkwardly flattered her, and they parted ways.
Loki is married to Sigyn and they have a son, Narfi and/or Nari. By the jötunn Angrboða, Loki is the father of Hel, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent Jörmungandr. Loki, in the form of a mare, was impregnated by the stallion Svaðilfari and gave birth to the eight-legged horse Sleipnir.
In Norse mythology, Móði (Old Norse: [ˈmoːðe]; anglicized Módi or Mothi) and Magni [ˈmɑɣne] are the sons of Thor. Their names translate to "Wrath" and "Mighty," respectively.
She is a goddess connected to the Earth and the wife of Thor, by whom she has a daughter named Thrud. She also has a son Ullr by an unknown father, and she has two stepsons named Magni and Modi.
During an escapade in which he had taken the form of a mare, Loki was impregnated by a stallion called Svadilfari. Some time later, Loki birthed Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse, who was to become Odin's favorite mount.
Hela Odinsdottir was the ruler of Hel, the daughter of Odin Borson, the older half-sister of Thor Odinson and the adoptive older sister of Loki Laufeyson.
Baldur (Old Norse: Baldr) was the Norse Aesir God of Light and the main antagonist of God of War (2018). He was the son of Odin and Freya, half-brother of Thor, Týr, Hodr, and Bragi, and the half-uncle of Magni and Modi.
So far in Loki, Sylvie and Loki have been hinted to be potential love interests despite the fact they are both Loki variants. While Sylvie is Loki's first true love story in the MCU, Herron has hope that the character could have more romantic storylines in the future.
The two began an everlasting partnership, with Barton affectionately calling her "Nat."
Modi Thorson was the son of Thor and the goddess of Death, Hela from the Ultimates timeline.
But in today's Mighty Thor, as Thor Odinson learns a secret, and we all learn exactly who the new War Thor is (the cover may help), we learn that he as also keeping something from us. That Thor cheated. Because while he and Jane Foster was an item, sticking his hammer where it didn't belong. "Dalliances" as he puts it.
He and Jane went on to marry, have a son, and then divorce. Thor and Sif attended their wedding. Odin found Thor's mortal love to be too much of a distraction on his path to what was supposed to be redemption.
Unlike many other Asgardians, Sif does not view humans as lesser beings. Sif also harbors romantic feelings for Thor, being protective of him, jealous of his love for Jane Foster and showing a willingness to aid him even if it means treason.
Her relationship with Thor is something that has caused her a lot of stress in the stories she's appeared in. Thor's love for Jane Foster has troubled Sif, but it's easy to understand why he can love them both, as they both are brave heroes that are capable of standing alongside him in battle.
In an act of jealousy, Thor's adoptive brother Loki cut Sif's golden hair while she slept, but replaced it fearing retribution with new locks made by dwarves Eitri and Brokk. But Loki reneged on their payment so the dwarves caused the hair to turn black when placed on her head.
He knew that Sif's hair of gold was Thor's greatest treasure - and he was determined to take it away from him. And while she was asleep, Loki took his shears and chopped off Sif's hair, every single lovely lock!