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"Thor: Tales of Asgard" – Mighty Adventure Worth the Wait

by James Harveyon May 17, 2011
And here we are…the last Marvel direct-to-video animated feature for the time being. Well, actually, that’s not 100% true. While Thor: Tales of Asgard is the final animated film released in the eight-picture Marvel Animation/Lionsgate Entertainment deal, it is not the last one produced. This is the seventh production, with last year’s Planet Hulk the […]

"Thor: Tales of Asgard’: I Was a Teenage Thunder God

by Christopher Glennonon May 17, 2011
Thor is a hot property right now, and it’s about freakin’ time if you ask me. He’s been a Marvel Comics heavy-hitter since he was created (well, adapted, from Norse myth) by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby back in the 60s, but he hasn’t seen a whole lot of play outside comics until recently. But […]

Marvel Animation Age Interviews "Thor: Tales of Asgard" Associate Producer Josh Fine

by James Harveyon May 16, 2011
Josh Fine is no stranger to bringing the tales of the God of Thunder to animated life. As Associate Producer for the Thor: Tales of Asgard direct-to-video animated movie and Producer for the first season of The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes!, Fine has spent a lot of time thinking about Marvel’s Thor. Fine took a […]

Who Shall Wield The Hammer? Marvel’s Thor Versus the Thor of Myth

by on May 14, 2011
If you have any familiarity with Marvel comic books, Marvel movies, and Marvel cartoons, you’re probably familiar with Thor. You know the Mighty Thor; imposing, hammer swinging, beardless, blond-haired, talks with sort of a fake Shakespearean accent and says “I say thee nay!” a lot. Thor is … Wait a minute, Shakespeare? Beardless? Isn’t Thor […]

"Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes" Vol. 2: A-Team Brings Their A-Game

by Ed Liuon May 5, 2011
I was greatly impressed at the scale and the skill of Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes after watching the first episode at New York Comic Con last year and catching all the “micro-episode” lead-ins online. It was a show that I felt was worthy of Marvel’s flagship superhero team, creating accessible versions of some of the […]