THOR

Thor

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Thomas Kinkade, the famed “Painter of Light,” loved to share his passion for art and his creative process with other artists throughout his career. Thom believed in supporting artist development and exchanged ideas with artists. Through this collaborative environment, Thom passed down his methods and imparted the techniques, concepts and vision for his signature Kinkadian style. Today, the artists of the Thomas Kinkade Studios apply many of the same techniques created and used by Thom during his lifetime; from sketching to digital and oil brushwork, to image recapture and his use of light. Over time, these mastered skills have evolved into a Kinkadian style of art adored by art collectors around the world.

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The mythological realm of Asgard is under attack by Loki and his villainous cohorts. Thor has called upon his allies to fight together against the galaxy’s enemies.

The battle has spread across the Rainbow Bridge, and our Super Heroes must fight to protect both Asgard and Earth. Thor is being challenged by Loki, Amora the Enchantress, and Ulik, but flying through the asteroids to his aid is Valkyrie on her Pegasus steed. As they fight, Thor and Valkyrie need to watch their backs as Hela, Mangog, and Skurge charge across the bridge to join the fray. The intense fighting continues, and Asgard’s buildings sustain heavy damage from the flames directed at them by Surtur and his fire dragon. Swoping in to do battle against these two are fearless Beta Ray Bill and the mystical crows of Odin, King of Asgard.

Can Thor and his allies win this battle against Loki and all his villainous cohorts? Will Asgard and Earth be protected? Thomas Kinkade Studios proudly presents its new Marvel Comics collaboration: Thor.

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Key Points:

  • Thor is filled with many nods to iconic parts of the character's comic book history. For example, the license plate on the taxi reads #83, the number of Marvel's first Thor comic.
  • The number above the door to the right of The Destroyer, 1962, is the year that the first Thor comic was published.
  • The awning behind The Destroyer, Foster's, bears the name of Thor's love, Jane Foster.
  • Can you spot the neon sign says Asgard - a tribute to Thor's home?
  • The newspaper on the ground, blown by the battle, is The Daily Bugle, a fictional New York City newspaper that appears in many Marvel comics.