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- "Thunder", son of Odin and Earth. The most beloved god of the Viking Age, perhaps seen as the chief god at that time, and often known now as "god of the common man", Thor is best-known for his ceaseless battle against the giants. He is not...
Deities & Heros >> Nordic & Germanic
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- TITAN Summer Week Gets Barbaric with THRUD THE BARBARIAN Collection
- Our TITAN week continues with another debut hardcover. Thrud the Barbarian, coming September 24, 2013, sees 144 pages of full color Carl Critchlow action.
- Preview: Thrud The Barbarian
- Thrud is also a blast from the past and the only reason why I used to read a friend's role playing game magazine as a kid.
- Titan Comics Tomorrowland #3 & Thrud the Barbarian Out Now
- Another week and another bunch of awesome Titan Comics goodness for you comic book aficionados out there. This week sees the launch of two great books; Tomorrowland #3 and Thrud the Barbarian. Tomorrowland #3, written by Paul Jenkins with artwork ...
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- Lord Geoffrey Thraxton is notorious in Victorian society—a Byronesque rake with a reputation as the “wickedest man in London.
- Titan's Full List Of Best Of British Month Graphic Novels
- This May, Titan Comics launches Best Of British month, celebrating cutting edge talent and supporting bold new visions!
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