Welcome once more to the ever-expanding fine art gallery housed within our Evil Lair.
Today’s highlighted work is a return to tradition for the Evil Geeks Art Collective. Separate illustrations of the same topic drawn by Arthur Harkness and Biff Tannen combined into a perfect work of art through science.
While no particular source material was supplied, it will become apparent that at least one of our artists was working with this in mind:
I won’t waste your time with words. There are no words.
All shows must come to an end, or at least a break until they are remade in another format. So this past week I enjoyed finishing up Merlin, a BBC series about a young Arthur, Merlin, and Camelot that I have enjoyed quite a bit.
All too often we find ourselves talking about chimeras here, and sure enough I have another one for you. The chimera we will be talking about today is closely related to the sphinx. You can see some of the similarities with the manticore having a lion like body and human head. But the creature also has several rows of sharp shark teeth, the tail of a scorpion, and occasionally large bat-like wings. This creature is not one you want to mess with, and continue on for some of the best appearances of this creature in modern culture.
Anglophiles stay calm and carry on, I am bringing you another TV post from the BBC right now. Last week we delved in to Season 3 and the rising of super villainess Morgana. This week we dive right back in to Season 4 as our trusted warlock Merlin continues to be the unsung hero for Camelot. As always, some spoilers to follow, though I think I am pretty good at keeping it minimal for you naïve types that haven’t watched these shows yet.
Hello again boob tube addicts, today I am continuing to express my adoration of the BBC as I tell you all about season 3 of Merlin. I have already told you that seasons 1 and 2 are pretty decent, but season 3 is where things get really fun. So if you are looking for a great retired TV show to catch up on, I definitely recommend checking out season 3 of Merlin. Let’s continue forward with a few spoilers to entice those who haven’t seen the show yet as well as reminisce with those that have.
I just want to say that there are times I contemplate moving to the UK. There must be a lot more science fiction and fantasy fans there than where I am from, as the BBC brings us such great shows as Primeval, Doctor Who, and today’s retired TV show spotlight: Merlin. I can’t remember how I stumbled on Merlin, but I am very grateful I did and today I will be discussing seasons 1 and 2 of this now retired TV show.