The DVD is pulled from the pages of Marvel’s “Loki” miniseries by Robert Rodi and artist Esad Ribic. Rodi’s been a favorite since I read his geeky novel “What They Did to Princess Paragon” and his woefully short-lived Vertigo series “Codename: Knockout.” Ribic’s painted style lends itself well to the technique, and it looks pretty cool.
Here’s the official description:
“The great halls of Asgard have fallen silent since a new king has overtaken the throne. His name is Loki, son of almighty Odin, brother to the Thunder God, Thor. Once a powerful trickster, the God of Mischief, Loki now rules a grand kingdom with little regard for its subjects. His only thoughts are focused inward, toward the origins of his own pain and suffering. To quell his torment and to gain the respect he feels he so rightfully deserves, Loki must now execute the prisoner chained deep within the dungeons of Asgard, the one man who has ever shown him love. His own brother.”
For your chance to win the pair, send your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use “Thor” as your subject line, and enter only once by Sept. 30. U.S. entries only.