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The serpent JÃf¶rmungandr opens its gaping maw, yawning widely in the air, and is met in combat by Thor. Thor, also a son of Odin and described here as protector of the earth, furiously fights the serpent, defeating it, but Thor is only able to take nine steps afterward before collapsing.

Christian Madsen (C) 2009

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hahaha awesome!

"Twilight of the THUNDER GOD, Ragnarok Awaits"


Sick drawing! And I have an idea.

Can you make a scene from The Lighting Theft that involves Mrs. Dods attacking Percy?


how did you do that?pretty cool it looks like greek god the sea god.

VillainousTurtleSLC responds:

It's Thor who is a Norse God. I made it with Photoshop.

Amon Amarth - Twilight of the Thunder God.

Check the album art cover for the cd of Amon Amarth, cuz it looks alot like it.
But if you do know it, and you based your artpiece on it.

I must say : Awesome Job =D

VillainousTurtleSLC responds:

Amon Amarth is my favorite band. I won their Viking Video contest with a flash animation, I have all their CDs and I have the limited edition Twilight of the Thunder God Picture Disc Vinyl album. I tried to loosely reinterpret their album cover in a cartoon style. Glad you like it dude and glad you know about Amon Amarth! \m/


You really love mithology or you just love doing stuff. What about Odin fighting with Fernir...I wana see that

VillainousTurtleSLC responds:

Great idea! I am a mythology nut/ dork. I will put that on my list of ideas to do! :)

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Oct 28, 2009
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