All the powers on this list are well and good when Thor
needs to survive an enemy attack or attack an enemy himself. But what about the
most dangerous foe of all; boredom? As it turns out, Mjolnir’s got a power for
that too. The hammer can be used to project moving images wherever and whenever Thor wants.
Aside from never having to invest in the newest 4K TV to
stream Netflix, this power is actually pretty useful in terms of Thor’s
superhero duties in the Marvel Universe. Mjolnir has been known to use its
projection capabilities to deliver messages to Thor or to show live streams of
his home planet, Asgard, when he needs to make tactical plans. It’s a power
that’s been seen in the comics as well as the cartoons, and even though we don’t
fully understand where the light comes out of, “magic” is a simple enough
explanation that we’re willing to accept.
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