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Product Details

  • Actors: Matthew Wolf, Rick Gomez, Tara Strong, Alistair Abell, Paul Dobson
  • Directors: Sam Liu
  • Writers: Craig Kyle, Greg Johnson, Jack Kirby, Stan Lee
  • Producers: Carrie Wassenaar, Craig Kyle, Eric S. Rollman
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: May 17, 2011
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004PHE9II
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,505 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Thor: Tales of Asgard (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo)" on IMDb

Special Features

• Audio commentary with Supervising Producer Craig Kyle and Screenwriter Greg Johnson
• Audio commentary with Supervising Director Gary Hartle, Animation Director Sam Liu and Character Designer Phil Bourassa
• “Worthy: The Making of Thor: Tales of Asgard” featurette
• The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Bonus Episode from the new hit TV series

Editorial Reviews

Before he ever lifted his might hammer…Fantastic journeys beckon from the mysterious nine realms. Places of dark mists and fiery voids. Of winged creatures and giants in the ice. And of the most alluring quest of all – the search for the legendary Lost Sword of Surtur. Hungry for adventure, Thor secretly embarks on the journey of a lifetime, joined by his loyal brother Loki, whose budding sorcery equips him with just enough magic to conjure up trouble, along with the Warriors Three – a band of boastful travelers reluctant to set sail on any adventure that might actually be dangerous. But what starts out as a harmless treasure hunt quickly turns deadly, and Thor must now prove himself worthy of the destiny he covets by saving Asgard itself.

Customer Reviews

The story was good and the action was great.
Jay Lee loves DLC
Crap entertainment and, even worse, boring crap entertainment.
I definitely recommend it to Thor or Marvel Comics fans.
Ron Price

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By 'Doctor Who' fanboy on March 28, 2012
Format: DVD
I am a sucker for Marvel or DC animated movies. I buy them all. Sometimes I strike out. I hit a grounder with this purchase. I'll be brief. This movie is OKAY, but the cover leads you on, a lot.

Thor and Loki are very young in this, making the film feel like it was directed at kids. The action is sub par, and the animation is not up to movie quality levels. This looks like a cartoon series on Disney XD or something.

Kids will like this probably... Adult Marvel fans will be left lacking.

If this is under 10 bucks, I would say buy it, over 10, move on.

-Hope this helps.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tresca VINE VOICE on June 24, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Forget space aliens, Chris Hemwsorth, or Asgardians who happen to be space aliens. "Thor: Tales of Asgard" is an animated tale of mini-Thor (Matthew Wolf) before he became the Renaissance-festival spouting, opera-dressing, hammer-wielding Norse god we've all come to know and love.

The first thing fans will notice is the wide-eyed, clean animation of "Tales of Asgard." The colors are vibrant, the details few, and the movement just above being a choppy distraction. This is the animation that you'll likely see on Saturday morning cartoons, but when one character claims that the only thing more frigid than Nilfheim is the land of the Valkyries it's clear this is meant for a PG-13 audience. It's kind of like hearing a swear word come out of your twelve year old.

The second is that this tales is firmly set in a fantasy realm, which essentially makes it like a session of Dungeons & Dragons. There's the sorcerer who's just learning to use his magic (Rick Gomez as Loki), the perpetually grumpy fighter (Paul Dobson as Hogun), the huge lover of mead and meal (resident dwarf-like character Volstagg played by Brent Chapman), and the lover of women (the bard role played by Alistair Abell as Fandral). They're all lovable lunks in their own way - Loki's a weakling, the Warriors Three are carousing blowhards. Then there's Sif (Tara Strong)¸Thor's rival in arms and affection, who finds offense in the Einherjar's deference to Thor in combat. In short, Thor is a royal brat.

When he realizes that everyone is catering to him, Thor decides to strike out on his own by capturing Surtur's sword, a flaming blade capable of leveling mountains. He is pursued by Frost Giants, Odin's soldiers, and finally a drow named Algrim (Ron Halder).
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Christian Smith on May 21, 2011
Format: DVD
I enjoyed the comic Thor, Son of Asgard and this animated movie followed the comic fairly well. It is an entertaining movie that has some great art. If you can sit down and enjoy a story without picking at the faults every chance you get, buy it. I will wait for it to reach the below $10 range but I don't think anyone would be dissapointed in this if they like the Young Avengers-this was the better of the two.
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Format: Blu-ray
Long before the seven-foot, blond, muscle bound, Nordic warrior is seen swinging his "Mjolnir" hammer at his clowned-costumed brother, Loki, Thor was the elder teenage prince who lived in the majestic royal court of his father Odin, King of Asgard and yearned to show his military skills.

This is a full-length feature animation film of the early years of Thor, Loki and The mystical Nine-Kingdom realm of Nordic folklore. This takes place long before he becomes the superhero most of us know him as.

This is also a brilliant piece of animated storytelling to boot.

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As someone who has bought and loved comics as a kid and more recently as a buyer of Alex Ross' "graphic novels," THOR has always been an enigma for me. I don't ever remember as a kid ANY issue of Thor where they talked about his background. Every issue was an epic battle with Loki. Those stories got old REAL quick. After awhile, I only ran into Thor when he was with the Avengers.

In THOR: TALES OF ASGARD, my many questions have been answered. This is a phenomenal animated movie. If you're familiar Nordic or Northern European folklore, many of the characterizations are present here.

This film is not in any way like a take on a television animated, this has the feel of a Disney feature. The concept was well thought out and each character/ community had very distinct personalities from the people of Asgard, to the Valkyries, to the Frost Giants.

No superheroic, super powered feats, this is a story of a father and son and the boundaries that are crossed into manhood.

For Thor, his rite of passage means to stow away aboard the "Warriors Three" ship in search of the magical Lost Sword of Sutur.
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19 of 28 people found the following review helpful By benjamin dennis on May 16, 2011
Format: DVD
This is probably one of the worst Thor stories I have seen. I've been a huge fan of the mythology and the comics since I was a kid, in fact Thor is my second favorite superhero of all time; just in front of Daredevil and right behind Luke Cage. I started reading the comics in 94 and I've been hooked since. If you want to see young Thor done well pick up the Thor Tales of Asgard comics and Loki Blood Brothers. This poorly animated, uninspiringly designed and poorly voiced movie should only be seen on cartoon network 3 years from now on a boring Sunday afternoon. The story is really predictable and each character falls in the cleche archetype spectrum. Thor the overcompensating prince, Sif the overly bad-ass female fighter who just wants to be respected and to kiss the prince, and the warrior's three are bungling yes-men who don't have minds of their own. I can't stand what they did to the Valkyrie warrior women who instead of being bad-ass marine corp that Odin throws at punks who get too big for their breeches, they are greek amazon wannabe's who hate men for some reason or another, and that reason is neither stated or even eluded to. Odin isn't confident or intimidating in this story either and every time we see him on screen I want to punch him in the chest and tell him to do some pushups. The only thing I liked about this was Loki, who was creative, smart and sympathetic. Overall this does nothing more than dilute the mythos and weaken the demand for Thor products. PEEYUU!
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