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ABC’s Once Upon a Time is Going to Get “Cruel”!

ABC’s Once Upon a Time is Going to Get “Cruel”!By David Glenn Once Upon a Time has had a chilly fourth season with Elsa and the Snow Queen coming to Storybrooke. Although the storyline involving the sisters of Arendelle will be wrapped up by the end of this year Storybrooke isn’t going to be having time to relax. Not only ...

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World War Kaiju Project By Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy

I’m a regular listener to the Adventures in Sci-Fi Publishing podcast and often I keep my ears alert for new books and projects that the Legendarium Media audience might find interesting. On one particular show, I first heard about the World War Kaiju graphic novel by Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy. I wrote a short article about it some months ...

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Tolkien Cooking: Carrock Granola

Carrock Granola by Astrid Tuttle Winegar Beorn lives near a great rock that he calls the Carrock. Why does he call it that? Because that is his name for it. Perhaps he brings with him a giant bowl of granola, and sits there contemplating the nearby Misty Mountains and other philosophical matters. It is likely that Beorn would pour cream ...

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Halloween Cooking with Tolkien: Zeldóshâkh’s Gnarly Bones

Zeldóshâkh’s Gnarly Bones by Astrid Tuttle Winegar I was asked me to submit something special for Halloween, “perhaps something Sauron-themed and scary?” But I told him that there are… So, I figured I could send over these slightly spicy pastries, perfect to accompany soups or stews. Now I know these aren’t exactly real bones ripped right out of some elf ...

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The Vampire

The following poem is dedicated to all those who love fantasy and fear the dark. May you find joy and excitement in these verses. They are for you and all imaginative folk. “The Vampire” By John C Evans Past the churchyard’s dreary lot, Where the sad monks chant their liturgical refrain- Under the gilded bands of a brandished cross, Fixed ...

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Avengers 2 Trailer: A MARVELous Time!

Avengers 2 Trailer: A MARVELous Time! by Josh Radke Dammit, Hydra. — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 22, 2014 So, thanks to Hydra, we have the much-anticipated first-look at Avengers: Age of Ultron. There were lots of savory images, the usual apocalyptic destruction associated with the superhero stories, and a solid first impression made by the mechanical villain, Ultron (voiced by ...

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Suits You Halloween Series: Elves, Elves, Elves!

Suits You Halloween Series: Elves, elves, elves! by Olga A. It is a given that nowadays, no self-respecting party involving dressing-up (especially without a strict theme) would certainly boast an Elf or two among those present. What do we like about Tolkien’s Elves so much? Is it their beauty and apparent immortality (the former – indisputable, the latter – with ...

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Lord of the Rings: A Conversation with Bruce Hopkins

Lord of the Rings: A Conversation with Bruck Hopkins by Dianne Lynn Gardner Bruce Hopkins is a first a family man, with a host of talent for the theatrical. He’s starred in many films, the most notable being Lord of the Rings directed by Peter Jackson. I met Bruce at a Ring Con in Seattle, WA and had the honor ...

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The Devil’s Strand, Or The Isle of Ghosts

The Devil’s Strand,Or The Isle of Ghosts By John C. Evans There is an island out there in the fog, Colder than bone, Where the sea salt ends, And the bare rocks shoulder the forgotten tombs, Of Fisher Kings whose likeness has gone out of this world, And into that other realm, No man hath returned from. I have marked ...

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Tolkien Cooking with Beorn: Little Bunny’s Bread and Honey

by Astrid Tuttle Winegar After the Troll encounter and a brief encounter with some elves, Bilbo, his companions, and their pack-ponies end up captured by goblins. Goblins apparently “eat horses and ponies and donkeys (and other much more dreadful things).” Now, I do have many delicious goblin/orc recipes, which I will post eventually. Fortunately for you, none of my Orc ...

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