Thor may have had Mjolnir in Norse legend and in this way his Wonder proportionate is its essential conveyor, DC had one of their heroes hold Mjolnir to begin with.
In spite of the fact that Wonder and DC exist in several universes, that isn't to say that they do not still share certain artifacts, specifically Thor's powerful pound Mjolnir and its association to the Equity Association. Characters like Superman and Ponder Lady have been appeared within the past to be commendable sufficient to use Mjolnir, but these occurrences were amid hybrids between DC and Wonder where the Wonder form of Thor was show, so it was to be expected. There are too, be that as it may, occasions where Mjolnir has been seen within the DC Universe free of Marvel's Thor.
For illustration, within the 1940s All-Star Comics, Carter Hall's adaptation of the Hawkman is initially presented using Mjolnir, doing so a long time some time recently Marvel's Thor so much as made his comics make a big appearance in 1962. In any case, whereas his pound is presented within the comedian as the Pound of Thor (or at slightest DC's adaptation of him), it would afterward be retconned that this was not the genuine notorious pound of Norse legend. All-Star Squadron #22 uncovers that Hawkman's pound was really made by an "Senior Race" that had as of now long vanished from the confront of the Soil in a retcon.
Be that as it may, that doesn't cruel that a Equity Association part still didn't decorate Mjolnir long some time recently Thor as we know him nowadays debuted within the pages of Marvel's Travel Into Puzzle #83. The 1944 issue Streak Comics #51 highlights a story titled "The Adventure of Sven Scarface" by Gardner Fox and Martin Naydel. In this story, Jay Garrick's Streak can be seen holding the genuine amazing pound (spelled "Mjolnar" within the story) amid a fight with a Viking warrior named Sven Scarface. Amusingly enough, a partitioned story within the same comics stars Hawkman, that man who would have been the primary superhero to hold Mjolnir on the off chance that not for the retcon.
Jay Garrick's Flash Wielded Mjolnir Before Thor
Jay Garrick has continuously been depicted as the perfect superhero. From the begin of his superhero career right up until his ancient age, Jay Garrick has continuously been displayed as courageous, respectable, dangerous genuine in his approach, genuine, responsible, and most of all, verifiably unadulterated. Not as it were does he represent the finest qualities of a legend, but he is the culminate exemplification of the Brilliant Age period whereas at the same time being inviting to the unused era.
Compared to most individuals of the Equity Association, Garrick may be a no-brainer candidate to be commendable sufficient to hold Mjolnir. His qualities are indeed more amazing in hindsight considering that Jay Garrick is able to hold Mjolnir long some time recently indeed Thor himself—at slightest Marvel's Thor—highlighting him as one of the Equity League's more underrated individuals.