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LEGO Marvel Superheroes 76209 Thor’s Hammer [Review]

Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor. That’s the inscription on Mjolnir, the powerful hammer that belongs to the Norse God of Thunder. Thor carried the weapon through almost every major conflict in the Marvel Cinematic Universe before its destruction in Thor: Ragnarok. But Mjolnir is set to return in a big way in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder, and LEGO is giving the hammer it’s due with set 76209 Thor’s Hammer. This 979-piece set will be available March 1st for US $99.99 | CAN $129.99 | UK £104.99. But is this set worthy? There’s only one way to find out. Like the Dwarves of Nidavellir, we have forged our own Mjolnir to carry into battle, and we’re going to tell you all about it.

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LEGO Marvel Infinity Saga 76209 Thor’s Hammer revealed as life-size replica you can build [News]

Today LEGO revealed the latest Marvel Infinity Saga set, 76209 Thor’s Hammer. The life-size model of Mjolnir is 18-inches tall, made of 979 pieces, and will retail for US $99.99 | CAN $129.99 | UK £104.99 when it’s available March 1. It will be sold through LEGO and Target. The hammer includes a small display stand with a printed tile, and the hammerhead is hollow and includes a cubby for storing the included Thor minifigure and minifigure-scale versions of the Infinity Gauntlet, Tesseract and Odin’s Fire.

Check out more pictures of the set below, and don’t miss the other new LEGO sets for Spring 2022:

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Only the worthy can build this LEGO Thor’s Hammer

Truly, LEGO builder car_mp must be worthy, because this life-size version of Mjolnir, Thor’s Hammer, looks ready to demolish some dark elves or maybe just pin Thanos to the ground. Although it’s not a complex technique, the stacked brown and grey elements look great for the banded leather handle, while the smoothly tiled hammerhead itself seems to have the proper heft. Indeed, no doubt most of the 765-piece model’s complex building techniques are hidden deep within because it’s no small feat to get such a large weight to stay on the handle like that and not immediately fall off. The builder notes that it can be hefted, but does require some care.

Mjolnir (Thor´s hammer)