– JRRT’s The Fall of Arthur fragmentary poem. It’s brilliant…and fragmentary.
– Iron Gold, Pierce Brown
– Son of the Black Sword, Larry Correia (damnit where is the House of Assassins EARC!?)
– Soul Music, Terry Pratchett
– Apache Rifles (Audie Murphy)
– Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (Some Guy)
– Sharpe’s Rifles, Sharpe’s Eagle (Man, Sean Bean was fine when he was young.)
TurnerMohan has some of the most intriguing interpretations of Middle Earth out there–and pretty in-depth discussions as to the why his ideas make perfect sense. Viking-inspired elves? Elves are Norse-derived to begin with. Valinor as Olympus and the pre-Exile Noldor as quasi-Greek statuary? Elves as powerful, statuesque warriors instead of androgynous waifs in floaty robes…hell yeah.
Nandor elves sketches
I actually have an order in for that antler crown. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to afford moose and had to make do with white-tailed deer….
Proposed arms (….arm?) of Maedhros, son of Feanor.
Haleth and Caranthir
The second most badass female character in the Legendarium tells a Son of Feanor to go pound sand.