5. The Revengers
When Thor approaches Valkyrie and tells her that he’s putting together a team of heroes to take back Asgard from Hela, he somewhat jokingly claims that the team’s name is the Revengers, an obvious play on the Avengers. It turns out that the Revengers are a real, honest-to-goodness team in Marvel Comics and have taken many different forms. The most recent roster of the group includes Wonder Man, Anti-Venom, Captain Ultra, Goliath, Atlas, and Century.
4. “Refuel On Xandar”
Despite both taking place in the Marvel cosmos, the Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy movies really haven’t had much connection as of yet, but Thor: Ragnarok changes that with a throwaway bit of dialogue that you may have missed. During the scene where Valkyrie finally agrees to accompany Thor to Asgard, she estimates that it will take a whopping eighteen months of traveling by conventional starship travel, noting that they will need to stop to “refuel on Xandar” along the way. Xandar, of course, is the home planet of the Nova Corps, which the Guardians of the Galaxy saved from Ronan the Accuser in their cinematic debut. However, judging by Ragnarok’s post-credits scene, it won’t be long until we finally see the Thor and Guardians universes properly introduced to one another.
http://marvelcinematicuniverse.wikia.com/wiki/File:Xander_Gotg_Concept_Art_02.jpg Source: Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki
3. Thor’s Eye
Much like other Marvel movies, it never feels like the heroes are in any true danger in Thor: Ragnarok, but that assumption is put to the test when Hela shockingly slices out one of Thor’s eyes during their final fight. While gruesome, one-eyed Thor can be viewed as an homage to both the God of Thunder’s father Odin and to writer Jason Aaron’s recent run on the Thor comics, in which a future version of the character is missing an eye. (It’s also interesting to note that a Hulk punch from hundreds of feet in the air can’t put a dent in Thor’s face, but Hela make stabbing out his eye look effortless).