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Elric of Melniboné

Elric of Melniboné is a fictional character created by Michael Moorcock, and the antihero of a series of sword and sorcery stories centring in an alternate Earth. 442 more words

Design & Illustration

Citadel "Elric of Melnibone" FTF-63 / C35

I had vague recollections of this figure from one of the early Citadel Journals or Compendiums. A quick look through the Stuff of Legends site confirmed it was in the 2nd Citadel Journal from Autumn 1985. 367 more words

Citadel

Michael Moorcock - Elric (1963, 1965)

Es muss jetzt gut 15 Jahre her sein, seit mir ein Bekannter die Elric-Saga von Michael Moorcock empfohlen hat; speziell den Roman Stormbringer hat er mir damals sehr ans Herz gelegt, und das mit einer solchen Begeisterung, dass ich das Buch all die Jahre immer im Hinterkopf behalten habe. 1,100 more words

Fantasy

Michael Moorcock Library: Elric of Melnibone (Titan)

Rating: 5/5 – A Classic Repackaging of a Classic Tale
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow

I’m not sure what it is about Elric, Michael Moorcock’s albino sorcerer/warrior king, which brings out some of the most amazing artwork from the creators tasked to retell his tale. 507 more words

Comics

Elric of Melniboné and Other Stories by Michael Moorcock

RATING: 4/5

TITLE: ELRIC OF MELNIBONÉ AND OTHER STORIES 

AUTHOR: MICHAEL MOORCOCK

SERIES: ELRIC CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER 01

And so I finally make it to Michael Moorcock’s most infamous Eternal Champion, Emperor Elric of Melniboné. 997 more words

Fantasy

Poem 1: Hohenheim

In the darkest night,
The brightest day,
You’re incandescence haunts,
Macabre thoughts,
Accompany the void.

A part of me long lost,
Tries to remember in vain, 80 more words

The Last Empress of Melniboné

I has having a think the other day…a rather compelling think.

I just got the second installment of the French Elric of Melniboné comic, and, as Elric is one of my favourite characters of all time (if not, perhaps, my absolute favourite), I found myself considering how “meh” the female characters generally were. 2,255 more words