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Review: The Banner Saga (Android)

I stared dumbfounded, unable to bring myself to accept the events that just unfolded on my screen. My wife, who was next to me at the time started to worry as a guttural growl issued from my lips. Within twenty minutes I had lost two of my main party members. Not by combat, simply by the choices I made and ...

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies LIVE World Premiere Monday

We are coming to the end of the era of Middle-Earth, as Peter Jackson’s final Hobbit film releases next month. This year, the film’s premiere launch happens in London, England on Monday and YOU can watch the event LIVE at the following link: http://hobbitworldpremierelive.uk/ Don’t miss out as rumored guest include, Peter Jackson, Philippa Boyens, Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard ...

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Legendarium Media Founder Releases Short Film

Exactly one year ago today, 120 friends kindly supported David DelaGardelle’s and my endeavor to bring The Narrow Road to the world as an illustrated novel. (Why yes, the novel would make a great holiday gift for the fiction readers in your life! http://narrowroadmovie.com/the-novel/) In celebration of that success, I’m releasing my short film, Descent, to the public for the ...

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Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens Official Teaser Trailer is HERE!

The long awaited teaser trailer for J.J. Abrams continuation to the epic saga of Star Wars is HERE! Abrams has captured the essence of the original film’s “real” movie sets and props mixed with the modern standards of today with what appears to be minimal CGI! Producer Kathleen Kennedy made note of this last year in an interview with Digital ...

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Jurassic World: Wild Dinosaurs on Isla Nublar?

Wild Dinosaurs on Isla Nublar? By David Glenn Everyone’s excited for the Jurassic World trailer that was released this week. There are still news about the popular sci-fi film on the web. One of them is about the possibility that there are still dinosaurs in the wild on Isla Nublar. According to the Jurassic World Movie site, “Construction workers were ...

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Telltale’s Game of Thrones Episode 1 Gets a Release Date

Today, Telltale games announced the release date for their upcoming episodic video game series, Game of Thrones: A Telltale Series. Episode one titled Iron From Ice will release beginning of next week: #GameOfThrones A @TelltaleGames Series Ep 1 #IronFromIce 12/2 PC/Mac; PS4 SCEA 12/3 Xbox One & 360; PS4 SCEE 12/4 iOS pic.twitter.com/dpIwlib6nl — Telltale Games (@telltalegames) November 27, 2014 Last week, Telltale released the ...

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Grand Rapids Comic-Con comes of age in excellent second year!

Zelda and Link Cosplay at the 2014 Grand Rapids Comic-Con

I’m sure that there aren’t many of you that has heard of the Grand Rapids Comic-Con. It’s a very small comic-con that got its’ start about a year ago in a venue that turned out to be much too small. They were, in fact, turning ticketholders away at the door, because attendance was so high. This lead them to immediately ...

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Interview with Cartoonist Ben Caldwell at NC ComiCon 2014

Author and cartoonist Ben Caldwell took the time to answer some questions for an interview with the Legendarium news team. Ben’s contributions to the worlds of fantasy and science fiction include his instructional art books “Action! Cartooning” and “Fantasy! Cartooning,” his original Dare Detectives series, cover art for Justice League Unlimited, artwork for Star Wars: The Clone Wars comics, comic ...

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Interview with The Riddles of the Hobbit Author Adam Roberts

 The Riddles of The Hobbit by Adam Roberts asks many questions including What are the riddles in The Hobbit? Why are there riddles in The Hobbit? What’s so interesting about riddles? And, What exactly is a Hobbit? I had the opportunity to interview Professor Roberts via email because I was, alas, unable to interview him at Royal Holloway University, London ...

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Fan Film: Indiana Jones and the Lost Idol

I think I’m on a roll with the Indiana Jones thing. This is cool because I’m unearthing some interesting finds, no pun intended. I happened to find a great little short film by an indie film maker Fran Casanova, who is from Tenerife, Canary Islands. He has made a number of short films, some of them winning awards. My focus is ...

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