It is already one of the powers of DC, Wonder WomanThe final form was achieved thanks to his discovery of Marvel Mjolnir. Displaced due to Thor’s previous battle with Shazam, the mythological hammer remained motionless until Wonder Woman discovered it and learned that it was worthy of its power. As heroes and villains fought for the survival of their worlds in DC vs Marvel, this definitive form of Wonder Woman not only showcased the best of both worlds, it foreshadowed events yet to come in the legendary crossover series.
In the Ron Marz, Peter David, Dan Jurgen, and Claudio Castellini series, both worlds of the comics experience a massive dimensional gap that causes heroes and villains to randomly disappear and reappear in new universes. While some fought and others worked together, all were left trying to make sense of the madness, only to find that it was all the harbinger of a competition like no other. Two more than powerful sibling-like entities had been discovered and sought to prove who was better by pitting hand-selected champions against each other, the winner being allowed to live while the loser would disappear from existence. While Wonder Woman had been briefly seen in DC vs Marvel # 1, his most important role in this unfolding conflict was about to be revealed.
On DC vs Marvel # 2Wonder Woman came across Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, which had been temporarily lost after colliding with Shazam’s magic beam. Recognizing it as an ancient Norse hammer, Princess Diana of Themyscira read the inscription carved into the iconic weapon and voiced her unrealistic expectations about considering who was worthy and who was not. When she tried to pick it up almost as if to prove her point, Wonder Woman was shocked to see Mjolnir emitting powerful energy and near the end of the issue, she appeared not only wielding her power but also sporting a new wardrobe.
Although this new form would be short-lived and enveloped by Marvel vs DC # 3, This ultimate form of Wonder Woman was not only a significant upgrade for one of DC’s most recognized heroes, but also a unique fusion of both universes. It was argued that her new outfit was one of the worst, but Wonder Woman still had her superhuman abilities and Mjolnir added the ability to control the weather along with other powerful abilities that technically made her the new Goddess of Thunder a decade or two before she did. Jane Foster. took on the role. This change may also have been a deliberate harbinger of when the series caused both universes to merge, creating the Amalgam Universe, which saw new characters created as mixes of Marvel and DC characters.
It was actually thanks to X-Men’s Storm that this new form didn’t last long. Confronting the mighty Amazon warrior, Storm not only says she’s ready for battle, she’ll fight Diana even with her newfound advantage. Although Mjolnir may have reduced Storm’s threat to another rainy day, Wonder Woman He felt such an advantage was not fair, loosening his grip so he could fight Storm, finally losing the hammer. Although his defeat by Storm was hotly debated despite being determined by fans, one can only wonder what might have happened if he had used Mjolnir after all.