IMMORTAL THOR VOL. 2

Author Al Ewing
Cover Design or Artwork by Alex Ross
Paperback
$19.99 US
0"W x 0"H x 0"D   | 13 oz | 32 per carton
On sale Aug 06, 2024 | 144 Pages | 9781302954192
| Rated T+
FOC May 27, 2024 | Catalog April 2024
The All-Father sought answers to new troubles in memories of old. To refresh those memories, he consulted his Skald of Realms, to tell a tale of when young Thor and young Loki journeyed out beyond Asgard on a quest that would determine the fate of all the Realms! Yet the teller was the Skald, in their aspect as Thor’s enemy. And thus, the tale could twist upon itself — and if Thor faltered, it could make a new end! The Son of Odin faced three of his greatest foes in battle — with the fog of magic closing around him. Yet even if he won, he lost — for Thor fought not for his life, but for his death! Plus: the dawn of the Roxxon Age of Comixx, starring Chad Hammer — secret identity of the Roxxin’ Thor! Collecting IMMORTAL THOR #6-10 and ROXXON PRESENTS: THOR.
Writer Al Ewing began his career on the British anthology 2000 AD. Since breaking into American comics, he has written Jennifer Blood and spin-off series The Ninjettes for Dynamite Entertainment, and the Age of Ultron tie-in issues of Avengers Assemble for Marvel Comics. Ewing’s novels include the Pax Britannia series as well as The Fictional Man. With artist Greg Land, he relaunched Marvel’s Mighty Avengers; for All-New Marvel NOW!, gave the god of mischief a new assignment in Loki: Agent of Asgard. Ewing then took revamped versions of New Avengers and Ultimates, debuted U.S.Avengers; and joined the writing team for the “No Surrender” storyline in Avengers, which brought the Hulk back from the dead. His subsequent titles include Valkyrie, Guardians of the Galaxy, Defenders, the event series Empyre and the critically revered smash hit Immortal Hulk. Ewing has cemented his place in the Krakoan era of the X-Men titles comics with S.W.O.R.D. and X-Men: Red.

Martin Coccolo is a Uruguayan comic book artist. His work for Marvel can be found on a wide array of characters, such as Thor, Hulk, Deadpool, and X-Force.

About

The All-Father sought answers to new troubles in memories of old. To refresh those memories, he consulted his Skald of Realms, to tell a tale of when young Thor and young Loki journeyed out beyond Asgard on a quest that would determine the fate of all the Realms! Yet the teller was the Skald, in their aspect as Thor’s enemy. And thus, the tale could twist upon itself — and if Thor faltered, it could make a new end! The Son of Odin faced three of his greatest foes in battle — with the fog of magic closing around him. Yet even if he won, he lost — for Thor fought not for his life, but for his death! Plus: the dawn of the Roxxon Age of Comixx, starring Chad Hammer — secret identity of the Roxxin’ Thor! Collecting IMMORTAL THOR #6-10 and ROXXON PRESENTS: THOR.

Creators

Writer Al Ewing began his career on the British anthology 2000 AD. Since breaking into American comics, he has written Jennifer Blood and spin-off series The Ninjettes for Dynamite Entertainment, and the Age of Ultron tie-in issues of Avengers Assemble for Marvel Comics. Ewing’s novels include the Pax Britannia series as well as The Fictional Man. With artist Greg Land, he relaunched Marvel’s Mighty Avengers; for All-New Marvel NOW!, gave the god of mischief a new assignment in Loki: Agent of Asgard. Ewing then took revamped versions of New Avengers and Ultimates, debuted U.S.Avengers; and joined the writing team for the “No Surrender” storyline in Avengers, which brought the Hulk back from the dead. His subsequent titles include Valkyrie, Guardians of the Galaxy, Defenders, the event series Empyre and the critically revered smash hit Immortal Hulk. Ewing has cemented his place in the Krakoan era of the X-Men titles comics with S.W.O.R.D. and X-Men: Red.

Martin Coccolo is a Uruguayan comic book artist. His work for Marvel can be found on a wide array of characters, such as Thor, Hulk, Deadpool, and X-Force.