AtoZ 2017: W is for Willow

W is for Willow As I inch toward the finish line of my 2017 AtoZ Challenge series, Dragons in Our Fandoms, this time let’s look at a dragon from the modern classic fantasy movie Willow. Above is the official Tonka action figure (which I’ll talk about more in a moment) of the dreaded Eborsisk dragon from the movie, since there aren’t…

AtoZ 2017: R is for Reign of Fire

R is for Reign of Fire Next up (and a little late, apologies) in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, let’s talk about the famous — or some might say, infamous — 2002 blockbuster movie Reign of Fire. Above is a concept sketch from the Reign of Fire wiki of one of the movie’s climatic scenes, and below is…

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…