Odin, Wodan, Wotan, Alfodr, Yggr, Sigfodr, Bölverkr, etc.
Odin (also called by over 200 other names) was the ruler of Asgard and Norse god of war, battle, victory and death, wisdom, Shamanism, magic, poetry, prophecy, and the hunt.
He was husband of Frigga, the Viking goddess of beauty, love, and marriage. However, Odin was known to father children with other goddesses and giantesses. The most famous of Odin's sons are Thor, Baldr, Tyr, and Heimdall. During Ragnarok, Odin was destined to be killed by the great wolf Fenrir.
Sons of Odin
Below are figures from Norse myth that are considered sons of Odin. In some cases such as Tyr, Hod, and Bragi there are conflicting stories of who their fathers are.
Public Domain Appearances
- Jumbo Comics #139
- Treasure Chest of Fun & Facts #138
- A Treasury of Horses