So, with a slight delay while we catapulted some of life’s lemons back to whence they came, we’ve finally come to the promised blog post about some of the hybrid dragons encountered in Greek mythology.
Welcome to the sunny Mediterranean region and all their dragons. Jaz and Anike took a closer look at some of the dragons from Greece, Italy, and the Iberian peninsula, and boy, did they find some surprising stuff, alongside the Greek classics.
So since last week’s podcast episode filled up with dragons from the Balkan region alone, and Eastern Europe is slightly larger than that, I thought we’d have a look at…
So, for this week’s blog post, we wanted to dig into some more dragons from the rest of Northern Africa. Koji found this amazing hybrid called Mami Wata. At first…
Egyptian mythology turned out to be so vast, we opted to discuss two dragons in greater depth, and are discussing a few other ones in here. Among which are the first underworld deities, guiding spirits through the afterlife (or eating them if they’ve been too naughty).
Welcome to episode 8, Mythsters! This week we’ll be diving into the dragons of Indian myth and folklore. So, after many times hinting at all the myths with naga at their roots, we’ve finally made it to the birthplace of this illustrious creature!
In Episode 7, we delve into the origin of the dragons of Chinese mythology, and some of the creation myths from Chinese folklore.
We’ll continue where we left off in episode 5, as the dragons of South East Asia were not quite bite-sized enough to fit into a single episode. But, Mythsters, it was worth the wait.
So, we’re in the final stretch of this Godzilla retrospective. What a ride it’s been, from social commentary, to kitsch and campiness, and in this last installment, another reboot or…
Welcome to episode 5 of Mythsterhood of the Travelling Tales. Anike is back in business, and our paths wandered over to the dragons of South East Asia.