AtoZ 2017: Q is for Quest for Camelot

Q is for Quest for Camelot Another animated movie (and a musical, too!) next in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, this time a Warner Bros. offering from 1998 called Quest for Camelot. Those are the official movie poster and the character poster for “Devon & Cornwall: A two-headed dragon with an identity crisis,” from Internet Movie Poster Awards site, which boasts…

AtoZ 2017: P is for Pete’s Dragon

P is for Pete’s Dragon Back to Disney in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge — and this time we get two movies for the price of one!  Let’s take a look at Pete’s Dragon, both the original 1977 version, and the recent 2016 remake. That is an epic design by a favorite creator of mine, U.K. professional artist…

AtoZ 2017: I is for The Inheritance Cycle

I is for The Inheritance Cycle We’re about a third of the way done with the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, so let’s keep this dragon train going!  While I myself never read the Inheritance Cycle books written by Chistopher Paolini, I certainly recognize their position in the YA fandom. I just loved this image of Eragon and Saphira by…

AtoZ 2017: G is for Godzilla and Ghidorah

G is for Godzilla and Ghidorah Moving back to existing fandoms in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, I found another classic fandom to feature.  Let me tell you about the archenemy of Godzilla, a dragon called King Ghidorah. Here is the Polish version of the poster from the 1991 version of the movie Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah — what an…

AtoZ 2017: B is for The Black Cauldron

B is for The Black Cauldron Next up in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, let’s look at the dragons (called Gwythaints) in the 1985 Disney animated movie The Black Cauldron. From the Disney Wiki: “Gwythaints are minor villains in The Black Cauldron. They serve as the Horned Kings minions and dragons … [and are] based on wyverns, with…

How to Train Your Viking by Crownflame

This picture made me chuckle, and lately I’ve really needed that, so I just had to share.  This is one of the images from a series called How to Train Your Viking (No.22) by American deviantartist Crownflame.  Apparently, “The trick is to not make eye contact.”  🙂 This next one is much larger, and poor…