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INTERVIEW: Author and Narrative Designer Noble Smith

If you’re a die-hard Tolkien fan (like the Legendarium team and so many of our readers are), you’ve no-doubt heard of Noble Smith’s non-fiction book, The Wisdom of the Shire: A Short Guide to a Long and Happy Life, in which Noble “sheds a light on the life-changing ideas tucked away inside the classic works of J.R.R. Tolkien and his ...

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INTERVIEW: “AFK” Web Series Creator Peter Haynes

Ever wonder what it would be like to be trapped in your character’s body in your favorite online RPG? With AFK the web series you can find out. The series follows several players who get trapped in their characters’ bodies inside their favorite RPG.  It’s very entertaining. I became a fan myself when I watched the pilot. I look forward ...

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INTERVIEW: Sci-fi Author Jason LaPier

Legendarium Media is actively seeking talented writers to join our team, and one incredibly talented writer to come our way is Jason LaPier, author of the upcoming novel, Unclear Skies, releasing February 25th as book two in The Dome Trilogy. Jason will be joining our team as a regular contributor, and I thought that an interview would be a great way to introduce ...

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Adding “The Force Awakens” to the Star Wars Ring

The Force Awakens is clearly soaked in nostalgia, to the point where some critics allege that it’s little more than a copy of the original Star Wars film. I addressed this claim in my last post. The film isn’t just a remake, reboot, or “requel” of A New Hope. The film mirrors the past, but often does so in new ...

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Rebooted Conspiracies: Review of the X-Files Revival So Far

  After a fourteen-year hiatus, “The X-Files” have been reopened for a special six-episode event on Fox, kicking off with a two-night special premier. Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) are back investigating paranormal phenomena for the FBI, only this time their cases are more clandestine than before—the Files themselves are missing, and their assignments are ...

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Retrospective Review: Return of the Jedi

Retrospective Review: Return of the Jedi by Dom Nardi In preparation for The Force Awakens, I’m rewatching all six Star Wars films and sharing my thoughts here. This week, I look at Return of the Jedi, the final film in the story… until now! For almost 30 years, Return of the Jedi was the end of the Star Wars saga. ...

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Royd Tolkien’s Promise: A Battle Against ALS

Royd Tolkien’s Promise: A Battle Against ALS by Diane Riggins As a fan of The Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit I love to read any news I come across concerning the books, movies, and the Tolkien family. The first time I saw Royd Tolkien was during an interview about The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies a ...

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Middle-Earth Menu: “Springle-ring Punch”

Well, we are back to Middle-earth (and occasionally Narnia) now, after a busy vacation. Nothing makes you pine for home more than being on a long trip, especially one that spans the universe. The second half of my original cookbook was all about events in The Lord of the Rings, so I’ll continue there with more hobbit dishes, as well ...

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First Impressions: The Force Awakens – SPOILER FREE

First Impressions: The Force Awakens (*Spoiler-Free*) by Dom Nardi I finally had a chance to see The Force Awakens! This review is intended to minimize the risk of spoilers for readers who have not had a chance to see the film yet. Later next week, I will write a more detailed review with spoilers to discuss some important moments in ...

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