The Warriors Three appeared at Thor's coronation ceremony. After the invading Frost Giants are defeated, Thor convinced the team, Lady Sif, and Loki to come with him to Jotunheim to exact revenge. They continued to fight the Frost Giants and, when they are in time of need, Odin appeared and took them back to Asgard, where he banished Thor to Earth.
As Odin had previously fallen into his Odinsleep, Loki took the throne. He refused to take back Thor's banishment. Disappointed, they convinced Heimdall to allow them and Sif to go to Earth. They arrived there and casually walked through the streets, being seen by S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents Garrett and Cole, until they found Thor inside a building. Loki sent the Destroyer to attack and kill all of the Asgardians on Earth. They all worked together to fight the Destroyer, but they could not defeat it. Thor sacrificed himself before the Destroyer to protect his friends and proved to be worthy. He received Mjølnir and was able to defeat it. Thor, along with the team and Lady Sif, went back to Asgard. The Warriors Three and Lady Sif stayed behind to help the injured Heimdall, while Thor continued on to defeat Loki.
The Warriors Three were present at the celebration feast after the crisis was over.
The Warriors Three listened as Thor gave a speech before they went to battle the Marauders. They, alongside with Lady Sif, assisted Thor in the ensuing Battle of Vanaheim, killing many Marauders. Once the battle over, Hogun decided to stay with his people while Volstagg and Fandral returned to Asgard, where they later helped Thor when the God of Thunder decided to release Loki in order to stop Malekith.
Following Odin's death, Hela sought to invade Asgard and arrived at the Bifrost Bridge where Volstagg and Fandral were both present. They tried to stop the Goddess of Death, but she quickly overpowered them with her Necroswords and killed them both. After Hela seized the throne of Asgard, Hogun led a company of Einherjar to arrest her, but Hela once again easily got rid of her enemies and killed Hogun, thus putting a complete end to the Warriors Three.
- While contacting his superiors, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent referred to Sif as Xena from Xena: Warrior Princess, Hogun as actor Jackie Chan, and Fandral as Robin Hood because of their resemblance. However, he omitted remarking on Volstagg's appearance, as Puente Antiguo was "home of the Vikings".
- Though the Warriors Three do exist in the comics, they have no basis in Norse Mythology.