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Gods of Asgard: A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths #2020

Gods of Asgard A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths Journey to the frozen lands of northern Europe where mighty gods battle fearsome monsters for control of the earth and the worship of mankind But tragedy strikes as the Gods of Asgard fall not to the

  • Title: Gods of Asgard: A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths
  • Author: Erik Evensen
  • ISBN: 9780976902522
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gods of Asgard: A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths By Erik Evensen, Journey to the frozen lands of northern Europe, where mighty gods battle fearsome monsters for control of the earth and the worship of mankind But tragedy strikes as the Gods of Asgard fall not to their mortal foes, but the enemy within Drawing from the original source material, award winning illustrator Erik Evensen gives us a glimpse into the legendary adventures of ThJourney to the frozen lands of northern Europe, where mighty gods battle fearsome monsters for control of the earth and the worship of mankind But tragedy strikes as the Gods of Asgard fall not to their mortal foes, but the enemy within Drawing from the original source material, award winning illustrator Erik Evensen gives us a glimpse into the legendary adventures of Thor, Odin, Loki, and the rest of the Norse gods with his graphic novel adaptation of the classic Norse myths 2007 Xeric winner.Awarded a Xeric Foundation grant.

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    1 thought on “Gods of Asgard: A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths

    1. This is really charming and easy to understand and does a good job of putting things in a specific order, but does miss several points in some myths I know it s a comic, but the women all looking exactly the same was a little off putting However, it was somewhat mitigated by the hilarity of Loki looking like a normal person but having claw feet.

    2. Explore the myths of the Northern European peoples without having to crack open ONE dusty old book This graphic novel displays them in an action packed easy to read way that will appeal to younger readers.I believe that it has a couple of flaws, but only one affects my overall rating The 1 reason that this graphic novel lost a star The women in this comic are painfully thin with huge breasts no different from any other comic, unfortunately I was hoping for a truthful display of Nordic beauty as [...]

    3. This is an excellent introduction to Norse mythology that is very true to the source material, though at times somewhat lacking in nuance Personally, I would expect that in a graphic novel adaptation of a myth, but if you enjoy this, it might be worth checking out the original Eddas and Sagas, since in addition to detail, there are a number of other stories that do not appear here Just the same, this covers the stories that are most often talked about, and give you a good start learning about t [...]

    4. Cool little graphic novelization of the Norse myths The art was reeally fun, and the stories were awesome, too I liked the way they were set up.Still, it wasn t perfect, and I think some of the details may have been a tad un mythological I can forgive that, though It s just a quick romp through well known legends good for those who know what s going on.

    5. This is a great illustrated interpretation of the Norse myths and no, I m not just saying this because I know the author artist and he s a fellow comic book creator It takes some of the odder myths and makes them fit in right alongside the most grandiose ones, all in a slightly cartoonish but no less serious art style that is perfect for the material.

    6. interesting way to get acquainted with the myths and stories without having to read pages and pages about things you forget in the end I think the writer captured the personalities of the gods and heroes quite well, too

    7. really perfect on how the Norse lineup is shown here The stories are well done You should own this if you have interested in Norse mythology, or you are Norse Pagan Asatru

    8. Beautiful drawings and a good way to be reminded of the myths.I m happy to have this book in my collection, even though it isn t written in my mother tongue and I m not a comic person normally.

    9. As a Norse Pagan with a very small attention span, it really helped me get a basic idea of the Gods and their stories I was a very interesting read that I will highly recommend

    10. Could been longer chapters but all was very entertaining, loved the drawing and a great insight on the adventure of Thor and other gods.

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