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Tolkien Cooking: Mr. Bungo Baggins’ Over the Hill and Across the Water Salad

“Mr. Bungo Baggins’s Over the Hill and Across the Water Salad” by Astrid Tuttle Winegar As promised, here is a healthy salad for Bombur. A nice short post this time, with relatively few ingredients—perfect for summertime! I’m imagining that Bilbo’s father liked to dabble in gardening and specialized in salad creations, so I’m naming this for him. Bungo built Bag-End ...

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Basil Gogos’ Famous Movie Monsters

Basil Gogos Famous Movie Monsters by Joe Gilronan The art of Basil Gogos and in particular his portrayal of movie monsters is the stuff of legend. Not only has he covered all the classic characters Dracula, The Mummy, Frankenstein’s Monster to name just a few, but also the iconic horror actors who brought them to life; think Bela Lugosi, Boris ...

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New Superman Images Released

New Superman Images Released By A.D. Poole This has been quite the week for DC comics reveals, with announcements for the premier of “Gotham” at Comic-Con and the October releases of the new “Arkham Manor” and “Gotham Academy” comic series. New developments have also surfaced for the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” film. Monday, fans got to see the ...

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“Arkham Manor” and “Gotham Academy” Coming This Fall

“Arkham Manor” and “Gotham Academy” Coming This Fall By A.D. Poole Fans of the Batman mythos will soon be able to “explore new corners of the Dark Knight’s twisted universe” this fall, according to Entertainment Weekly. DC Comics will release two new comic series, “Arkham Manor” and “Gotham Academy,” each offering a unique experience and charting new territory. “Arkham Manor” ...

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“Gotham” to Premier at Comic-Con and More!

“Gotham” to Premier at Comic-Con and More! by A.D. Poole On Monday, June 30, 2014, DC Comics and Comic-Con revealed that DC and Warner Brothers will partner for a special WBTV/DC Entertainment Saturday Night, featuring the World Premier of Gotham on July 26 at Comic-Con 2014. In addition to the premier pilot episode of Gotham, Comic-Con goers will be treated ...

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"Bombur's Pork-Pie"

“Bombur’s Pork-Pie” by Astrid Tuttle Winegar Poor Bombur. All he gets is abuse for his physical condition, even from LOTR characters such as Boromir who never interacted with him in Middle-earth. It’s a shame. I suppose I would say he is one of my favorite dwarves merely because of his appetite and his oh-so-apparent love for food and drink. He ...

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"Bag-End Biscuits": A Hobbit’s Recipe

“Bag-End Biscuits”: A Hobbit’s Recipe by Astrid Tuttle Winegar I’m going to picture one of our favorite hobbits, Mr. Bilbo Baggins, reading his “morning letters.” He’s about to enjoy his day (his less noisy and more green day) when this incredibly annoying wizard intrudes, whose only mission seems to be destroying Bilbo’s cozy, complacent world. After this encounter, I imagine ...

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Game of Thrones Shocks Again!

Game of Thrones Shocks Again by Andrea R. Cooper I have just finished watching the latest episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones – The Viper and the Mountain. It shows many developments as well as holds up George R.R. Martin’s love of shocking his audience. *Spoiler Alert* – this article contains spoiler information The duel between the Viper, Oberyn Martell, ...

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Renly Baratheon Talks Game of Thrones

Anthony Gethin, who plays Renly Baratheon on the Hit HBO series Game of Thrones, sits down with Legendarium’s Jay Johnstone to talk about strong female leads, butt doubles, and working with Finn Jones.  When asked if he employed a ‘butt’ stand-in on his intimate scene with Loras Tyrell, played by Finn Jones, his reply was, “No I don’t have a ...

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Misty Mountain Children

Kevin Croxton, who teaches music at Parkview Elementary School in Van Buren, Arkansas is definitely the type of music teacher we all wish we had while growing up.  Not only a music teacher with exceptional taste in music (pardon my prejudice), it takes a very special group of 4th and fifth graders to pull off a cover of ‘Misty Mountains ...

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