Volume 2 Episode 5: Concluding the Marvel’s “Tales of Asgard” Trilogy

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In 2015, Joe Books released the first book of Keith’s “Tales of Asgard” trilogy, in which Keith got to write Marvel Comics’ version of the Norse gods in prose form. That first book was Marvel’s Thor: Dueling with Giants. In 2016, Book 2 came out, entitled Marvel’s Sif: Even Dragons Have Their Endings. This month, the thrilling conclusion will be released, and Keith will talk all about the trilogy in general and the final volume, Marvel’s Warriors Three: Godhood’s End in particular, including reading an excerpt from the novel.

Keith has always loved Norse mythology, as it’s also provided the backbone of his cycle of urban fantasy stories set in Key West, Florida. He owes that interest primarily to Marvel’s portrayals of them, and it was the thrill of a lifetime to get to write them.

 

 

Show notes:

Order Marvel’s Thor: Dueling with Giants from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, or Indie Bound.

Order Marvel’s Sif: Even Dragons Have Their Endings from Amazon (paperback or Kindle), Barnes & Noble (paperback or Nook), Kobo, or Indie Bound.

Order Marvel’s Warriors Three: Godhood’s End from Amazon (paperback or Kindle), Barnes & Noble (paperback or Nook), or Kobo.

Pre-order the omnibus of the Tales of Asgard trilogy (coming this fall) from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, or Indie Bound.

Upcoming conventions: Balticon 51, InConJunction 2017, Shore Leave 39, Dragon Con 2017, New York Comic-Con 2017, AtomaCon 2017, and PhilCon 2017.

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