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The Book of Three
fan adaptation of the first novel in The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander
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Content flags: Violent Content
Language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 8 days ago, 5:51 PM
Number of comics: 220
Number of subscribers: 183
Visitors: 152282 visitors (1400751 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (784 votes)

Webcomic description

Fancomic adaptation of The Book of Three, the first book in Lloyd Alexander's kidlit classic series The Chronicles of Prydain. A young Assistant Pig-Keeper who dreams of heroism is thrust into adventure and a journey of discovery. Updates on Mondays and sometimes Thursdays.

Prydain and its characters are the creation of Lloyd Alexander. Artist profits in no way from this fanwork, and highly recommends anyone who enjoys this comic check out the books: The Chronicles of Prydain, easily available in trade paperback on amazon.

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Saeriellyn
Saeriellyn
I have been drawing longer than most people on this site have been alive, but only delved into comics a few years ago. I love classic children's literature, celtic fantasy, Wales, and Assistant Pig-Keepers.

I'm married to a veteran Disney costume designer and we've got three little geek children. In my spare time I like to go the bathroom alone. I'm a freelance illustrator of children's books and adult coloring books.

Besides drawing and comic-making, I enjoy singing, pretending I can dance, sarcasm, 80s nostalgia, Jim Henson creations, mountains, castles, and costumes. I don't like politicians, internet trolls, and when people clear-cut woods to build ugly McMansion neighborhoods.


Most recent comments left on The Book of Three

Saeriellyn
Today
Saeriellyn
Thank you dear. I didn’t confess to discouragement to make anyone feel bad about /not/ engaging - and certainly those that have already responded, like yourself, are the most likely to keep me going with your encouragement and don’t need the reminder! I want you all to know how meaningful it is to me when you comment - on a project that has no other remuneration (besides personal satisfaction), the feedback is my only way of knowing that people enjoy and appreciate my work. It makes such a difference! Thank you for being one of the faithful.
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Skyboy91
Today
Wow you really listen to your audience - I really enjoyed the "Eilonwyism" and it's such a beautiful page. I love Eiilonwy's expression, she's so hardened by life it's great to see a look of true wonder on her face.

I'm so sorry you've been discouraged, but I know I speak for many of us when I tell you how special it is to come to this site and see a lovely work of art based on one of my favorite stories. It always makes my day, it is truly uplifting. You have a very great talent and it is deeply appreciated, and if that appreciation is not always properly expressed, it is always there.
Left on Chapter fourteen page seven
Thracecius
Yesterday
Thracecius
I can certainly understand that, which is probably one reason I've never really produced much of anything to share. I've posted a little bit of fan fiction before, but it's been close to 10 years since I've done any writing and I've never posted any art (that I can recall, anyhow). I don't claim to be an artist or a writer though, so that's my excuse for being unproductive. :)
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Saeriellyn
2 days ago
Saeriellyn
Oh, it’s nothing too awful - just periodic burnout, and I set myself up for it a little by being, in spurts, prolifically creative and craving feedback and engagement at the same intensity level. Then if it seems “too slow” to trickle in, I crash. Slow and steady consistency would be better for me, but...like most artists, I’m a little manic-depressive in my approach!
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CM (Guest)
2 days ago
Too bad Fflewddur doesn't know any warp songs. Hey-oh!




(Zelda reference. . . . . . . . . . . I'll show myself out now.)
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