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In a land of myth and a time of magic

Today is a historic occasion. For me, at least. Today I will watch the last three episodes of Season 5 of BBC Merlin (something I should have done a long time ago, by the way). 893 more words


A pilgrim, a penitent. A forest.
Ruffians, blades, cudgels. Then
a kind family passing through.
Their tired horses and tents. He bathes
in a freezing lake. 165 more words


Star Wars Meets the Arthuriana: Anakin and Padme

One of the things that has always drawn me to the Star Wars saga is its commitment to storytelling. Lucas and co. went out of their way to find old myths and legends to which they could link his characters, narrative paths along which they could map their own journey. 1,552 more words


Balderdash for the Medieval Gay #130

(a compendium of queer words for the modern fag with a passion for the Middle Ages)

130.) Lanceolate

a.) Shaped like the head of a lance; tapering from a rounded base toward the apex.* 32 more words

Balderdash For The Medieval Gay

BBC's Merlin: A Retrospective

Originally published at Geeks Out

This month marks the three year anniversary of the series finale of the BBC’s Merlin. By no means is it an all-time favorite show and more than a few formulaic eps I could’ve done without. 1,115 more words


Memorial Stones & the Un-happily Ever After of Arthurian Legend

Arthurian legend is one type of folk tale that certainly does not end with “and they lived happily ever after.” In fact, it’s unclear exactly what happened to our favorite characters after the battle of Camlann.* In the most familiar versions (though not all), Arthur and Mordred are killed in the battle. 559 more words

Arthurian Legend

Gig Review: Lancelot

Mr Wolf Canberra, May 22nd

One of Canberra’s newest nightclubs Mr Wolf, played host to Sydney producer Lancelot’s National ‘Connection’ tour, which kicked off last Friday May 22. 338 more words