The Lord of the Rings Project is a massive family tree created by Swedish student Emil Johansson to highlight all the familial connections between characters in the series. It contains over 800 characters and can even be modified to display only dwarves, hobbits, muggles, etc. My family tree? My family tree looks like the kind of branch you'd make a slingshot out of (I'm from West Virginia).
The Lord of the Rings Project
Thanks to Erik S., whose family tree looks like the tree of life: full of diversity. Good for you, really. I TOOK A COUSIN TO PROM.
Because it's Friday and the internet is drying up drier than the furball I found behind the couch when I was vacuuming (plus it was like, glued to the carpet and I had to loosen it with a bare toe -- thanks for that, Shitty Bill!), here's Gandalf's problem solving flowchart. S... / Continue →
Note: Worthwhile larger shot HERE for more detail.
Also on display at Comic-Con, LEGO has announced this upcoming Bag End Lord of the Rings playset, appropriately named 'An Unexpected Visit'. And speaking of unexpected visits -- did I tell you who showed up at my house last ... / Continue →
Don't even pretend like you have hawk Sauron eyes and can read that, click HERE to see the whole thing in its high-res One Ring worthy glory.
This is a visualization of the main characters' movements (NOT BOWEL) and battles throughout the Lord of the Rings trilogy as created... / Continue →