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Ulven er løs by Peter Madsen1
Thors brudefærd by Peter Madsen2
Odens vad by Peter Madsen3
Historien om Quark by Peter Madsen4
Valhall: Reisen til Utgardsloke by Peter Madsen5
De gyldne æbler by Peter Madsen6
Ormen i dybet by Peter Madsen7
Frejas smykke by Peter Madsen8
Den store udfordring by Peter Madsen9
Gudernes gaver by Peter Madsen10
Mysteriet om digtermjøden by Peter Madsen11
Gennem ild og vand by Peter Madsen12
Balladen om Balder by Peter Madsen13
Muren by Peter Madsen14
Völvans syner by Peter Madsen15
Valhall : den stora boken by Peter MadsenOmnibus 1-3 (199x Editions)
Peter Madsens Valhall : 4-6 : den andra stora boken by Peter MadsenOmnibus 4-6 (199x Editions)
Valhall – den tredje stora boken by Peter MadsenOmnibus 7-9 (199x Editions)
Valhall: Den samlede sagaen 1 by Peter MadsenOmnibus 1-3
Valhall: Den samlede sagaen 2 by Peter MadsenOmnibus 4-6
Valhall: Den samlede sagaen 3 by Peter MadsenOmnibus 7-9
Valhall: Den samlede sagaen 4 by Peter MadsenOmnibus 10-12
Valhall: Den samlede sagaen 5 by Peter MadsenOmnibus 13-15
Valhall 1-15, tegneserie om de norrøne guder. by Peter MadsenOmnibus 1-15

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