Arthurian Legends have permeated our culture. They have become a key part of storytelling today. Nevertheless, there is always more to learn, more stories to dig into. This is our list of Arthurian stories.
There have been many animated Marvel shows throughout the years, and many don’t have any continuity. Yet some do have some similarities, often owing to the creative talent attached. So it is with the Christopher
Something that many Arthurian researchers are interested in is discovering where it was that Arthur fought his battles. Normally, his twelve battles against the Saxons (as recorded in the Historia Brittonum) are the subject of
H. P. Lovecraft pioneered the concept of cosmic horror, this idea that we are completely powerless in the presence of dark, god-like beings. While his mythos wasn’t exactly what we would now call a shared
While somewhat confusing to some, there is yet another animated Marvel universe that kicked off with the new 2017 animated series on Spider-Man. And this timeline takes us more or less to the present for
While MythBank is primarily a place for ancient and modern mythologies, and not a history website, we do think that a basic understanding of history is important to the understanding of mythology and legends of
Introduction to the Text, its Summary, and its Manuscript Tradition Erec (Erek, Ereck) is a poem written by Hartmann von Aue in Middle High German rhyming couplets. According to Joachim Bumke (2006), this poem is
Whether it’s Christopher Reeve’s portrayal of the Man of Steel, or Tim Burton’s enchanting new take on Batman, chances are one of these films informed your childhood view of these classic characters. This is the
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