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Known by some as the God of Thunder and others as the Lightning-Giver, Thor, son of Odin, is one of the most powerful Super Heroes our world has ever seen. In this revelatory volume, Asgard’s finest warrior takes us mortals on a unique journey into his incredible world, from the majestic, realm-traversing magic of Bifrost, the Rainbow Bridge, to the trails of dealing with his treacherous brother Loki. Also featuring a range of personal insights on everything from battling Frost Giants to the pitfalls of using Mjölnir to complete household tasks, this is a dimension-spanning thrill ride filled with secrets from all nine realms. The World According to Thor also comes with a range of amazing special features, including a pop-up Frog Thor, Loki’s mischief list, and Odin’s stamp collection.
Marc Sumerak is an Eisner Award and Harvey Awardnominated comic book writer and editor. Over the past decade and a half, Sumerak has contributed to countless tales of today's most popular characters, including the Avengers, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men. His work has been published by Marvel Comics, DC Comics, IDW, and many others.
Freddie E. Williams II burst onto the comic book scene in 2005, when he began work with DC Comics on the Eisner Award winning series Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle. Since then, he has illustrated a long list of DC Comics titles, including: Robin, The Flash, Countdown, 52, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, JSA All-Stars, Captain Atom, Green Arrow, The Movement, and Infinite Crisis. While the bulk of his work has been with DC Comics, Freddie has illustrated Brain Boy and Conan for Dark Horse Comics, as well as the Legendary Star Lord for Marvel Comics. Freddie is also artist and author of The DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics.