April 27, 2022

Why The Once and Future King Needs a Faithful Animated Adaptation

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By: Zane Boyle

It would be a fair assessment to say that most people are at the very least familiar with some aspects of the traditional King Arthur story. Whether these be aspects taken directly from sources like Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, or aspects taken from the narrative’s representation in pop culture like Camelot, most people know at least something about King Arthur and his knights. Even in the realm of literature, there have been countless adaptations of the story in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Take 1983’s The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley, for example, or the 2008 graphic novel The Knights of the Lunch Table written and illustrated by Frank Cammuso. Arthurian stories are definitely still permeating pop culture.

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