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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: 6 days ago, 5:34 PM
Number of comics: 211
Number of subscribers: 166
Visitors: 120683 visitors (1071646 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (744 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
Saeriellyn has been drawing longer than most people on this site have been alive, but only delved into comics a few years ago. She loves children's literature, celtic fantasy, Wales, and Assistant Pig-Keepers. She will wax verbose with anyone who interacts with her regarding all these topics, and her related work especially.

She's happily married to a fellow fantasy nerd and costume designer, and homeschools three kids, which means in her spare time she likes to go to the bathroom alone.

She enjoys singing, art, pretending she can dance, sarcasm, 80s nostalgia, Jim Henson, mountains, castles, and costumes. She does not like politicians, internet trolls, and when people clear-cut woods to build ugly housing developments.


Most recent comments left on The Book of Three

Saeriellyn
Yesterday
Saeriellyn
Good insight!

I like to imagine Taran returning to the Valley towards the end of his life...but to expound on that topic would be to spoil too many plot points.
Left on Chapter Thirteen Page 21
Saeriellyn
Yesterday
Saeriellyn
It's obviously not manifesting at the moment, but I can assure you it hasn't been dropped and is still in sound editing. If my mentioning it is "hype" then we have different definitions of that word.
Left on Chapter Thirteen Page 21
ANONYMOUS (Guest)
Yesterday
Yeah, I don’t think that it’ll manifest this year. Don’t you think it’s wise to lay off the hype for now?
Left on Chapter Thirteen Page 21
Skye (Guest)
2 days ago
These last two pages together are excellent. This is the first time I think Taran is ever confronted with a choice of this magnitude, a complete alternate path, and it is one of the few times where he can actually consider it with out any craziness going around. Even more is that it is his choice and his alone, no one is around to persuade, cajole, or pressure him. A good look at one of the defining traits of the character that will carry on through the remainder of the series.

Medwyn recognizes the call of duty and sacrifce. After all he choose it as well at one point in life which is why I always thought he understood Taran quite well. They really are two sides of the same coin just at different points in life.
Left on Chapter Thirteen Page 21
Honzinator (Guest)
2 days ago
"Legacies"
At least one of your legacies doesn't seem to be "home swallowed by aggressive rootball".
I've begun to read the audiobook past the pregression of the comic to date, but I'm still thinking of everything in your framing. I wonder how far I shall diverge? I'm curious if Tolkien's chapter entitled The Watcher In The Water will affect anything you may or may not do soon.
Left on Chapter Thirteen Page 21