The basic premise of this movie, based on the <em>Thor</em> Marvel comic books, is that Thor has been kicked out of Asgard by his father Odin because of bad behavior.
Thor was the focus of an animated TV episode, also from Marvel comics, soon after the debut of his comic books.
Thor makes regular appearances as a member of this superhero team.
Marvel Comics and Sega team up to bring you <em>Thor: The Video Game.</em> The weapon of choice is a hammer, of course.
Here's the first written version of the story of the "Theft of Thor's Hammer" from the 13th-century <em>Poetic Edda.</em>
Here's a picture of the manuscript in which the <em>Poetic Edda</em> is contained.
This is awesomely cheesy. Be sure to watch the second part too.
Tons of clips from the movie and videos on the making of the movie.
This website re-tells many of the Norse myths and gives information about Norse cosmology and character profiles. This website calls "The Theft of Thor's Hammer" by the name of "Blushing Bride."
Another good website, with stories organized by the main character.
This "encyclopedia" is kind of like a dictionary of mythology. It's not that pretty, but it is useful.
A classic of mythical anthologies, with beautiful artwork.
Renowned young adult literature author Kevin Crossley-Holland tackles Norse mythology.
Featuring an ominous-looking Thor and his hammer.
Here's how Thor looks in the Marvel comic books.