A surprise Loki credit scene with a “Boastful Loki” version clutching an alternate Mjolnir may give some information about the new Marvel weapon. Mjolnir’s path in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been an interesting one. After Thor played by Chris Hemsworth breaks his instructions, Odin played by Anthony Hopkins enchants the magical hammer for Thor, allowing only the worthy to wield it. Thor eventually proves himself worthy of the weapon again by self-sacrifice and wields the hammer until Hela played by Cate Blanchett destroyed Mjolnir in Thor: Ragnarok. Though the primary hammer is no longer present, Steve Rogers, played by Chris Evans in Avengers: Endgame, uses an alternate version of Mjolnir that Thor obtained at an earlier point in the MCU chronology.
The Time Variance Authority saves both Tom Hiddleston’s Loki and Sophia Di Martino’s Lady Loki from annihilation on Lamentis-1 in Loki episode 4. Back at TVA headquarters, the Loki variations are brought before the Time-Keepers to be trimmed, but the pair escape. Loki is pruned by Gugu Mbatha-Ravonna Raw’s Renslayer and disappears after realizing that the Time-Keepers are all animatronics and that someone else is controlling the Time Variance Authority. Instead of dying, the God of Mischief wakes up in another dimension in a post-credits scene. Loki is surrounded by other Loki versions who have presumably also been pruned in the Loki credits scene, and one of them is clutching a weird form of Thor’s hammer.
DeObia Oparei’s character, billed as “Boastful Loki,” isn’t dressed as Loki and doesn’t wield the Mjolnir hammer. It has a wrench-like handle instead, and the hammer’s head appears to be formed from a gold-colored steel beam. It’s a weird mash-up of pieces, and its peculiar appearance alludes to the new Marvel weapon. Mjolnir’s reappearance might have its roots in prior Marvel tales. When Odin replaced Thor with Red Norvell in the Marvel comics, he also replaced Mjolnir with a copy. Crusher was the name given to a new hammer that looked like Mjolnir. Though the hammer in the comics has a longer handle than Boastful Loki’s weapon, the new hammer might also be a Mjolnir replica with the same powers. Given that only Thor’s Mjolnir was delighted by Odin in reaction to his son’s mistrust, it is logical to believe that this replica could not be subject to the same restrictions. Without the restriction on worthiness, anyone (even Loki) could use the hammer.
If not a reimagining of Red Norvell’s hammer, the new Mjolnir may imply that the arrogant Loki isn’t quite what he appears to be. Loki, the new version, might be a cross between the God of Mischief and Thor. If that is the case, then Mjolnir’s period is only a variant. Its appearance differs significantly from the MCU’s Mjolnir, although this does not appear to be a problem.
After all, the credits scene features a Crocodile Loki, thus the versions might definitely differ greatly from one another. The new design may simply reflect the individual for whom it was created. A weapon created for the union of Thor and Loki would be anything but ordinary.
As a result, here is a complete explanation of what the Variant’s Hammer is. To be more specific, which Hammer is Boastful Loki holding in the post credit scene of episode 4. What are your theories about this hammer and do you agree with our theory? Or can there be more to this Hammer. Every Wednesday on Disney+, new Loki episodes are streamed. So stay tuned to the Animated Times for more Loki-related news and artifacts. Till then, keep reading Animated Times, the perfect place to get a closer look at the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We’ll have you covered. So keep reading animated times, guys, for more.