Vikings: Godhead by Cavan ScottVikings: Godhead by Cavan Scott

Vikings: Godhead

byCavan ScottIllustratorStaz Johnson

Paperback | March 7, 2017

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From the chronicles of the History Channel's truly epic series comes a new saga of glory and plunder! A brand new graphic novel featuring Ragnar, Lagertha and their legendary kin!

An all-new epic tale as the Vikings set sail once more for England and run straight into a shield wall of politics, intrigue, betrayal and, of course, axe-wielding, blood-spraying, sword-swinging combat!
Cavan Scott is a Sunday Times besteselling author of a broad range of novels and comics. His credits include Adventure Time, Skylanders, Penguins of Madagascar, Star Wars and Judge Dredd; he is also author of Sherlock Holmes: The Patchwork Devil published by Titan Books. He currently writes the Ninth Doctor series for Titan Comics' Doc...
Title:Vikings: GodheadFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 10.2 × 6.7 × 0.3 inPublished:March 7, 2017Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1785853570

ISBN - 13:9781785853579

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Interesting addition to the show I'm somewhat skeptical of tie-in comic books for shows because I find they either don't make sense with the show, or they focus on stuff that it's really necessary. While this series was a little hard to place within the show, it did focus a lot on what was happening in Kattegat while Ragnar et al were in Essex which was nice. There was also interesting characterization of Floki which helped to further explain why he killed Athelstan. Overall this is a good read if you're stuck on a hiatus and can't wait for more of Vikings!
Date published: 2017-04-07

Editorial Reviews

"Entertaining and intense" - Geeked Out Nation

"Thrills of guts and gores..." - Ain't it Cool News

"This is every bit as good and fun as the television series itself." - Reading With a Flight Ring

"A bold representation of this Viking world." - Snappow