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thor's hammer

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Mjølnir is the iconic hammer of Thor, one of the most identifiable parts of his character. 035 0 0 1 6 . Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor. Mjølnir was Thor’s powerful Asgardian enchanted war-hammer.

The hammer was destroyed by Hela during a confrontation between her, Thor and Loki. It was made from this special metal from the heart of a dying star. Mjølnir was forged as a weapon made of Uru in Nidavellir per Odin’s request, with the Dwarves using the power of their forge in the heart of a dying star to create it. During Odin’s conquests of the Nine Realms, his eldest daughter, Hela, possessed Mjølnir and with it she helped her father in his battles. Only after Odin locked her up in Hel was Mjølnir taken from her. Sometime before his coronation to the king of Asgard, Thor received Mjølnir. He showed off with it in the coronation.

However, the ceremony was interrupted by a group of Frost Giants trying to steal the Casket of Ancient Winters from Odin’s Vault. I now take from you your power! In the name of my father and his father before, I, Odin Allfather, CAST YOU OUT! American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Mjolnir was typically depicted as a large, square-headed gray sledgehammer. It has a short, round handle wrapped in brown leather, culminating in a looped lanyard. The object is based on Mjölnir, the weapon of the mythological Thor.

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Sandman story, “The Villain from Valhalla. In a 2002 documentary with Kevin Smith, Lee says his brother Larry Lieber made up the name of Thor’s hammer referring to the hammer’s original name, the “Uru Hammer”. Mjolnir by a member of the Enchanters Three in Thor vol. In Marvel continuity, Mjolnir is forged by Dwarven blacksmiths, and is composed of the fictional Asgardian metal uru. The side of the hammer carries the inscription “Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor. The hammer is created when Odin’s adopted son Loki cuts off the hair of the goddess Sif as part of a cruel jest, and, when threatened with violence by Thor, promises to fetch replacement hair from the dwarf smiths.

Despite the error, the Norse gods consider Eitri to have forged the greater treasures, and in retaliation, Loki loses the bet and the Sons of Ivaldi sew Loki’s lips shut. Eitri—and eventually passes it to his son Odinson, who goes by the title “Thor”, who must first prove he is worthy to wield the weapon. An additional alternate take on Mjolnir’s origin is presented in Jason Aaron’s The Mighty Thor series. It is explained that the Mother Storm, a sentient storm the size of a galaxy, had once threatened all of Asgard.

After a fierce battle, Odin managed to trap it within a nugget of uru that had earlier been given to him by dwarven blacksmiths. Mjolnir is small enough to be tucked into a belt for times when its user prefers to have both of their hands free. In some stories this limitation did not apply in Asgard, although this stipulation was removed in a storyline in which this enchantment is transferred to Stormbreaker, the hammer of Beta Ray Bill. Mjolnir was originally capable of creating chronal displacement and therefore allowing time travel, although this enchantment was removed by the entity Immortus with the Thunder god’s consent to help the planet Phantus which was trapped in Limbo. During the Original Sin storyline as Thor and the Avengers investigate Uatu The Watcher’s murder, Nick Fury whispers an undisclosed secret to Thor that causes him to lose the ability to pick up Mjolnir. When Captain America is ‘reprogrammed’ into an agent of Hydra by a sentient cosmic cube, he sets up a complex chain of events that allow him to take control of America, banishing Jane Foster and claiming Mjolnir for himself, his ability to wield the hammer ensuring that Odinson follows him despite Rogers’s actions, believing that his ability to wield the hammer shows that Rogers is right. The hammer has been lifted by Earth itself when animated by magical means.