How Actually Strong Is Thor’s Stormbreaker? Ι The constants in life are death, taxes, and Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) relationship with his hammer. Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will know that Mjolnir has been the Asgardian’s sidekick for his entire time on-screen, hence the heartbreak when it was destroyed by Hela (Cate Blanchett) in Thor: Ragnarok. Luckily for the God of Thunder, he was fortunate enough to get an all-new hammer thanks to Eitri (Peter Dinklage) in Avengers: Infinity War.
In fact, the new hammer — Stormbreaker — appears to dwarf the power of its predecessor. But just how powerful is it? Let’s take a moment and break it down the situation down. Starting at the birth of the weapon, Stormbreaker was able to save the life of Thor, who just took the full force of a supernova star. Resurrection capabilities aside, Stormbreaker is much more than just a lifesaver.
As seen in one of the most epic entrances of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we saw that thor’s weapon also has the power to summon the Bifrost. Not only can it save a god from his death, but it can also summon the ability to travel anywhere across the Nine Realms at the drop of a hat. Do you think Mjolnir is sweating yet?
Now for the cherry on top…the icing on the proverbial cake. In the hand of Thor, Stormbreaker was able to take on the brunt force of all six Infinity Stones at once. Not one, not two — but all six the universe’s most powerful tools or weapons, depending on how you look at it. Not just that, it likely could have cut off the head of the Mad Titan himself (Josh Brolin), you know — if Thor would have gone for the head.
Do you think there’s another weapon more powerful than Stormbreaker in the MCU? If so, what? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Everything You Need to Know About The Black Widow Movie
Well, we know at least one superhero from Marvel Studios’ “Phase One” will be back after Avengers: Endgame! After years of mumbling and shuffling their feet every time the prospect of a Black Widow movie was raised, it would seem that Marvel Studios has seen the light. More likely, they have seen the stellar box office numbers and critical acclaim that were heaped on Wonder Woman, the first female superhero to headline her own movie, and steered to success by a woman director.
Still, the arrival of Wonder Woman on the big screen was at least 30 years overdue, and Black Widow doesn’t feel like especially quick turnaround since we’ve had Scarlett Johansson kicking ass as Black Widow for nearly a decade (in six films across three different franchises!) with no solo movie to call her own. To say that is a little weird is being charitable. But there is officially a Black Widow movie in the works, and here’s everything we know so far…