Pendragon

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Name: Pendragon: Journal of an Adventure through Time and Space
Abbreviation(s):
Creator: D.J. MacHale
Date(s): 2002 - Present
Medium: Books & Literature
Country of Origin: United States
External Links: Wikipedia, D.J. MacHale website, and Pendragon Wiki.
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Pendragon: Journal of an Adventure through Time and Space follows Bobby Pendragon, an American teenager who becomes a Traveler, who must try to save ten territories from Saint Dane’s destruction across ten books (published from 2001 through 2009). A graphic novel of the first book The Merchant of Death was released in 2009 (adapted by Carla Speed McNeil[1]). A separate prequel trilogy has been written by two other authors to expand upon Travelers from other territories before the events of the series. Carla Jablonksi wrote the first book[2], and Walter Sorrells wrote the other two.[3] Despite a blog post for discussing the idea of a movie dating to 2011, there are currently no movies based on this book series.

Fannish Links

  • Pendragon - D.J. MacHale on AO3
  • Pendragon on FanFiction.Net
  • Friends by Choice; The Rest was Fate by animegirl07, a Mark/Courtney essay for ship_manifesto (27 August 2007)
  • An archived link of a 2010 post on D.J. MacHale’s new/current site states to contact him in order to salvage fanfiction off the “old Pendragon forums.”
    • Fan reaction to the loss of the old site and to what extent recovering fanfiction was possible is unknown.
  • An archived link of a 2011 post (Fan Fiction Spot) on D.J. MacHale’s site as the landing page for fanfiction in the comments.
    • The extent to which any fanworks in the comments have been cross-posted or archived elsewhere is unknown.

References

  1. ^ D.J. MacHale’s official website. Archived link. Accessed on 16 February 2021.
  2. ^ An archived version of the now defunct promotional website circa 2008 that lists Carla Jablonksi. Accessed 16 February 2021.
  3. ^ News update from Walter Sorrells. Archived link. Accessed 16 February 2021.