The Hacksmith spent more than the cost of Tesla Model S to make the world’s largest Thor’s hammer. His team fabricated the enormous Mjolnir by painstakingly welding numerous sheets of steel. It measures more than 15 feet tall when standing on its head. Watching it get dipped into the galvanizing tanks was amazing.
The Hulk and Thor have joined forces in the MCU, but this isn’t the first time they got together on screen. In 1988, the made-for-TV movie Incredible Hulk Returns brought back Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno in an overacting competition with Eric Allan Kramer as a fair-haired Viking warrior who laughs way too much.
There’s already a Mjolnir toolbox but it’s made from plastic and filled with junky tools. To celebrate the release of Thor: Love and Thunder, Jonathan at ShadowFoam built a much better version. He made the toolbox from a pair of metal cases, filled it with foam liners and quality tools and a sawed-off sledgehammer for its handle.
Pound meat into submission with Seven20’s officially-licensed Mjolnir meat tenderizer. This pint-sized version of Thor’s hammer has a stainless steel head with tenderizers on both sides and a silicone handle. Are you worthy of its power? Buy one (and a couple of steaks) and find out.
After saving Earth again, Thor is back, and so is his old squeeze Jane Foster to prove she’s also worthy of the mighty Mjolnir. But all is not sunshine, lollipops, and roses as Christian Bale’s evil Gorr shows up and is ready to slay all of the gods. Taika Waititi’s latest Marvel flick is sure to bring as much humor as it does action.
Taika Waititi returns to the MCU with his follow-up to the brilliant Thor: Ragnarok. The story follows our hero as he takes a break from the action but finds his peace interrupted by Gorr the God Butcher. Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman are back, adding Tessa Thompson as King Valkyrie and Christian Bale as Gorr. Drops 7.8.22.
Random Hands had an old anvil he used for blacksmithing tasks. When it was time to replace the rusty old thing, he chopped out a 40-pound chunk from its center and gradually reworked it into Thor’s mighty hammer, Mjölnir. Stick around to the end to see if he’s worthy and can lift it.
Thor’s mighty hammer can only be lifted by those who are worthy. Random Hands qualified for the feat by building their own Mjolnir, cutting apart an old bench anvil, attaching laser-cut decorations, lathing a metal handle, then covering it with wood and metal rings. Watching the grinder remove the old surface is so satisfying.
“Is there anyone who isn’t worthy of this horrible hammer?!” ArtSpear Entertainment makes the god of thunder even dumber than he is in this nicely animated spoof of the Thor: Ragnarok trailer. It’s still not as funny as the fact that we paid to see Thor 2 though.
A few years ago, Patrick Soriano made a replica of Thor’s hammer Mjölnir for a costume party, but he ended up using it as a headphone stand. He recently made a newer version that has an integrated USB hub, a headphone jack, a bottle opener and small shelves.
You can feel the Marvel Cinematic Universe converging in Thor: Ragnarok, as the silliness of Guardians of the Galaxy seems to be rubbing off on our favorite Asgardian. It doesn’t hurt that it was directed by the man behind Eagle vs. Shark and What We Do in the Shadows.