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Today I… finished this book.

I bought it last weekend in a church sale for 50p. I have previously read Possession by AS Byatt as part of my literature course (although I hated it).   257 more words

Writing

Ragnarök 1 (July 2014)

Someone, either at IDW or Walt Simonson himself, is doing everyone the great disservice of suggesting Ragnarök is some kind of Thor rip-off IDW is doing just because the character is a Norse god and in the public domain. 136 more words

Comic Pick of the week: Ragnarok #1 (2014 IDW)

Walter (Walt) Simonson is probably best known for his incredible work on Marvel’s Thor in the 80′s. He returns to Norse mythology this week with IDW’s Ragnarok #1, featuring tales of the the destruction of the Nine Worlds. 136 more words

Comics

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. 494 more words

Comics

Review - Ragnarök #1 (IDW Publishing)

Publisher:  IDW Publishing
Writer/Artist:  Walter Simonson
Release Date: 23rd July 2014

Reviews

The Poetic Edda, trans. by Carolyne Larrington

The further I delve into Norse literature, the more delighted I become. Reading this translation of some of the oldest works that are on offer has only continued this trend: there is no better way to devour these eddic poems than striding back and forth in the style of great poets, reading aloud to oneself (and one’s assembled inanimate or predominantly feline audience). 247 more words

Fiction

Thor's Hammer

Mighty Thor’s hammer strikes his anvil,
startling me awake from restless dreams.
Sparks rend the angry sky across
the portals of Asgard, dire warnings
of the approach of Ragnarok.

Aros