It always fascinates me when characters migrate from ancient myth and legend and find a place in popular culture–to see them adapting to the times and connecting with younger generations.…
This week we’ll be exploring the dragons of Japanese mythology and the various influence of other Asian cultures on them
The Last Dragon, also known as Dragons: a Fantasy Made Real, and Dragon’s World, dates from 2004. It’s a docufiction (a fictional documentary) that was originally broadcast on British Channel…
This week, Jaz introduces you to Gamba from Caitlin Crowley’s Outcasts of the Fair Forest available in New Myths.
Join Jaz on her final exploration of the Jabberwock in video games.
Join Jaz as she explores the Jabberwock in literature, including its many appearances in comic books.
Beware the Jabberwock: Part 2 It’s been 148 years since Carroll penned down Jabberwocky, and we can’t seem to get enough of his unique characters. Many of them have embedded…
By 1902, the Lewis Carroll nonsense poem’s title had found its way into the English language. Part one of three.
To continue our Dragon’s Tails, Jaz chose Year of the Teacup Dragon, written by Suzanne J. Willis.