- Marvel Shows Off More of THOR's New Look, Hammer - Newsarama
- Every Character Who Has Lifted Thor's Hammer - IGN
In the movies, Thor uses the bifrost to travel between realms, but in the comics, he doesn’t even need it. Instead, he can travel easily using Mjolnir.
Marvel Shows Off More of THOR's New Look, Hammer - Newsarama
Though an ordinary construction worker, Masterson's bravery and selflessness earned him Thor's respect. And when Masterson was injured in a battle between Thor and Mongoose, Odin chose to merge the two heroes in order to save Masterson's life. For a time, Masterson became Thor's new civilian identity, and the first human to wield Mjolnir on a regular basis. He quickly became known as "The Everyman Avenger."
Every Character Who Has Lifted Thor's Hammer - IGN
As a result, Wonder Woman got her hands on Mjolnir right before a battle with the X-Men’s Storm, proving she was worthy of the power of the god of thunder.
He believed he had simply stumbled onto the object, disguised as a cane, by accident. Donald spent the short stories in the issue learning how to use the hammer and fighting off a group of aliens in the guise of Thor.
When Jane’s identity as the new Thor was compromised, Mjolnir took matters into its own hands, harnessing enough of its power to make it appear as though Jane Foster and Thor were both in the same place. It even went so far as to carry on conversations with those around them and use Jane’s own medical knowledge to remove a bullet from Thor’s wrist.
In another version, Loki hated Thor so much that he followed him when he was sent on a mission to retrieve treasures made by the dwarves. There, he turned into a moth, repeatedly getting in the face of a dwarf until he sneezed and made a mistake, shortening the handle, and ensuring that Mjolnir would need to be used one-handed.
There are two different versions of how Loki was involved in Mjolnir’s creation, but both still have him to blame for the hammer’s short handle.
Odin didn’t just give Thor Mjolnir as a gift. Instead, Odin made his son wait until he was sure that Thor was worthy of Mjolnir.
For as long as Marvel published Conan comics, it's surprising that we didn't see more crossovers between Robert E. Howard's heroes and the Marvel Universe. But we did at least see a glimpse of the crossover opportunities with this issue of What If?More pictures: «Thor play hammer xl».