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An image of Rupert Degas.

Thor is the son of Odin, headstrong and argumentative but honest and loyal. Alone among the Gods of Asgaard Thor has not given in to vagrancy and despair. He fights for the survival of Valhalla - but now his father has signed a contract passing all rights in the World Of The Norse Gods to the Draycotts, Thor is at a loss. Odin has made it so that any action Thor takes is subject to immediate repercussions.

Table lamps are turned into kittens. British Airways check-in girls are turned into vending machines. Thor himself falls into the hands of the Draycotts' evil assistant, Odin's henchman Toe Rag, who has engineered this state of affairs. He must excape, and find an ally to help him keep his temper and save Asgaard from ruin.

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