Armed with his mighty trident, Aquaman is among the few DC heroes who wield a weapon alongside his powers, making him more than a match for Marvel’s Thor and his hammer Mjolnir

Armed with his mighty trident, Aquaman is among the few DC heroes who wield a weapon alongside his powers, making him more than a match for Marvel’s Thor and his hammer Mjolnir

Armed with his mighty trident, Aquaman is among the few DC heroes who wield a weapon alongside his powers, making him more than a match for Marvel’s Thor and his hammer Mjolnir

Armed with his mighty trident, Aquaman is among the few DC heroes who wield a weapon alongside his powers, making him more than a match for Marvel’s Thor and his hammer Mjolnir

Poseidon intended to give the universe new life when he forged the trident. In Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth, Scott Snyder, Francis Manapul, Howard Porter, Scott Godlewski, and Tom Napolitano presented Arthur with the fabled weapon.

Aquaman is the only person except Poseidon himself who has the ability to control the strength of the god's trident, similar to how Thor uses his hammer Mjolnir.

Its full potential has only sometimes been shown to readers, although it has already shown to possess more hidden skills than Mjolnir. It is demonstrated in Cullen Bunn, Trevor McCarthy, Guy Major, and Tom Napolitano's Aquaman (2011) #41 that Arthur can be transported to planets light-years distant with the trident and self-created water.

The argument is tight, and both weapons are highly impressive, but the trident is shown to push the limits of what is conceivable when compared to Marvel's more realistic treatment of Mjolnir's uses.