Warriors and Valkyries

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youngjusticer:

A flaming sword is imbued with the power of fire. In Norse mythology, this glowing blade with destructive energy is wielded by Surtur, leader of the Muspelheim giants, as well as the alleged antagonist for the final installment of the Thor franchise. Thor 3 is said to have not one, nor two, but three leading ladies, one of which is Amora the Enchantress, the seductress and sorceress who can enslave anyone with a mere kiss; like Catwoman, Amora could be friend or foe, so things could get interesting. Also, the fates of Odin and Loki are unknown; if Thor 3 is about Ragnarok, then the latter will die. In any case, the movie is certainly happening, so we’ll just have to wait and see ourselves.
Fire Sword, by Dmitriy Grebenkov.

youngjusticer:

A flaming sword is imbued with the power of fire. In Norse mythology, this glowing blade with destructive energy is wielded by Surtur, leader of the Muspelheim giants, as well as the alleged antagonist for the final installment of the Thor franchise. Thor 3 is said to have not one, nor two, but three leading ladies, one of which is Amora the Enchantress, the seductress and sorceress who can enslave anyone with a mere kiss; like Catwoman, Amora could be friend or foe, so things could get interesting. Also, the fates of Odin and Loki are unknown; if Thor 3 is about Ragnarok, then the latter will die. In any case, the movie is certainly happening, so we’ll just have to wait and see ourselves.

Fire Sword, by Dmitriy Grebenkov.

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'The Scottish chiefs' by Jane Porter, edited by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora A. Smith, illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. Published 1924 by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

Description: The epic story of William Wallace’s struggle for Scottish independence from English rule. First published in 1809 to great success throughout Europe, the Scottish Chiefs is a landmark in the development of the historical novel, and explores vital questions of patriotism, civic duty, heroism, and the role of women.

See the complete book here.

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