An original middle grade novel that alternates between Rocket, Groot, and Thor's trip to Nidavellir and Rocket's journal entries, this is the perfect lead-up to Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame.
WHACK! When a mystery man lands smack-dab on the front of their ship while flying through space, the Guardians of the Galaxy bring him aboard to take a closer look. Is he an angel? With that eye patch, could he be . . . a pirate? Turns out it's Thor, the God of Thunder, and he's just as confused by the Guardians as they are by him: a rabbit captaining a ship, and a talking tree he can understand?
As the most unlikely team this side of the galaxy, the pirate angel, the talking tree, and captain rabbit head off to Nidavellir in hopes of tracking down the dwarves-the only ones who can forge a weapon worthy enough to be wielded by Thor and strong enough to defeat Thanos.
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.80(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Steve Behling is an author passionate about telling stories for kids. He has written books, comics, articles, puzzles, games and more for a diverse clientele (including Disney, Marvel, Hasbro, Mattel, and DreamWorks, to name a few). As associate creative director for Marvel Entertainment and Comics Director/Executive Editor for Disney Publishing Worldwide, he has worked with incredible brands like Spider-Man, The Avengers, Phineas and Ferb and Disney/Pixar properties too numerous to name. Steve lives in New York (the big part, not the little part) with his wife, two human children and three-legged wonder beagle, Loomis.
Veronica Fish is an illustrator and comic artist. Her clients include Archie Comics, Boom! Studios, Dark Horse Comics, Disney, IDW Publishing, Marvel, and Valiant Entertainment. She has worked as a storyboard artist for film and television, character designer, and painter. She lives and works with her husband and collaborator Andy Fish in Massachusetts.