There can only be One to rule them all.
“I’m looking for someone to share in an adventure…”
Now that’s what I’m Tolkien about.
Check out these incredibly detailed drawings by an Australian Hobbit fan!
Because who hasn’t wondered exactly what Gandalf was saying to that moth
I just read that post about Legolas and Aragon. I felt passionately enough to create an account to set the record straight.
Really, put down that book NOW.
Tilda Swinton, Helen Mirren, and Cate Blanchett? Looks like Annis did all the casting, now Peter Jackson just needs to wrap The Hobbit and sign on.
Driven by his passion for Tolkien and Chemistry Emil Johansson of LotrProject created this equally beautiful and awesome periodic table with characters from the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit.
In advance of the DVD/Blu-ray release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on March 19, here’s a primer on all those dwarves. And hobbits, and elves, and wizards.
Even Gandalf’s magic couldn’t do better. Using nothing but sand and water (and a single brace to keep birds from toppling the highest tower), Joseph Alvernaz recreated the Middle Earth icon.
Just sayin. [Ed. note: this is part of our keepsake show and tell project!]
What would have happened if Tolkien’s hero had caved under the pressure? This recently surfaced photo of Frodo gives us a disconcerting answer to that question.
You shall not pass on these Shire snacks.
Now starring Homeless Magneto. Screen Junkies return to lambast the second most sacred series in geek culture.
An aid in the darkness of the cinema. Never forget who is who again!
The Green Dragon pub offers fans “a place to drink, a place to meet, a place to rest your hairy feet.”
As always, Sir Ian McKellan was delightful.
Everyone knows it isn’t a proper fantasy setting without detailed maps of fictional locations. ThinkGeek has you covered whether you’re a fan of the classic or prefer Dwarven map-making,
His elf eyes can see into my soul, they’re so blue and dreamy. Um, I mean, Orlando Bloom looks OK I guess.