Tag Archives: cuchulainn

Let’s Talk About the Hulk

I read the collected Planet Hulk storyline when I heard it was going to be part of Thor: Ragnarok and Comixology had it on sale. I also read a collection of the first several Hulk stories, as I hadn’t before. … Continue reading

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No Beef with Aengus

Aengus Og, or Aengus the Younger, is an Irish deity associated with love and creativity. There are said to be four birds constantly flying around his head. Aengus was the son of an illicit affair between the Dagda and Boann, … Continue reading

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With a Little Help from the Hempstocks

The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman – I’ve had mixed feelings on other books of Gaiman’s that I’ve read before, but I have to say this one really clicked for me. The protagonist is a … Continue reading

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Did You Hear About the Morrigan?

One of the most prominent figures in Irish mythology is the Morrigan, probably meaning either “Great Queen” or “Phantom Queen,” although it’s a little unclear who she actually was. As with many old deities, her name and function might well … Continue reading

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Lugh’s Clues

Hey, who’s up for more mythology? If you’re not, you can skip this post or look at it later, but I found out from the pagans on my LiveJournal friends page that today is Lughnasadh, so I thought it would … Continue reading

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