Shakespeare or The Mighty Thor?

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Can you name the source, Shakespeare or Thor, who is quoted below?

Updated May 25, 2012

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Quote(S)hakespeare or (T)hor?Source
Come not between the dragon and his wrath.
Flee, death! Flee and lick thy wounds, you who are not fit to utter my father's name!
The law hath not been dead--though it hath slept.
Waves are but water. Wind but air. And though lightning be fire...yet it must answer thunder's call.
O villain, villain, smiling, damned villain!
Ill deeds are doubled with an evil word.
Bring him hither, and I'll be sworn I have power to shame him hence!
The gods can have no mortal officer more like a god than you.
A power I have, but of what strength and nature I am not yet instructed.
Beyond yon spires, I behold a smoldering blaze. 'Tis there methinks the danger lies.
Though thy heart is gallantry itself... still art thou merely a woman!
We are gods; 'tis our purpose to set aright the path of lesser beings.
Methinks he hath a grim and troubled mien.
What should such fellows as I do, crawling between earth and heaven?
There is no madness. There is only justice.
Quote(S)hakespeare or (T)hor?Source
Hence, horrible villain! Or I'll spurn thine eyes like balls before me!
No more, thou thunder-master, show thy spite on mortal flies.
Thou worse-than-any-name, read thine own evil!
If the great gods be just, they shall assist the deeds of justest men.
Shall I destroy him? Whether there, or there, or there?
Where we do reign, we will alone uphold--without the assistance of a mortal hand.
If he wouldst fight as valiantly as he doth snore.
Hast thou stolen from me thy dying words? Thy fatherly hand, thy fatherly smile?
The Casket of Ancient Winters has been broken, and all who live are imperiled.
Evil hath e'er mistaken forbearance for weakness, peaceful intent for cowardice.
Rumble thy bellyful! Spit, fire! Spout, rain!
What profiteth a man to keep his throne, if he shall lose a universe?
Storms weather rock, given long enough.
Though thou be truly pure of heart – in thine innocence, thou art fair misguided.
I say thee NAY!

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