A pic of Thorin / Armitage with his nephews. I know this is really supposed to be an Aidan Turner pic but I find this really moving. To write about later.

the armitage effect

The new movie tie-in book, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Annual 2013, is now out. And you are going to want a copy!

If you order from Amazon using the link buttons on the home page at www.richardarmitagenet.com our dear friend Ali will make sure a portion of the sale goes to charity. Amazon.com only has the books available through their marketplace, but I ordered mine today. After all, my birthday is only a few weeks away, right?  Dearly hoping it arrives well before the middle of October!

The One Ring Net also has an article and artwork from the book, including an amazing portrait of actor Lee Pace as Elven King Thranduil that you can enlarge to see all the intricate details of his costume. http://www.theonering.net/torwp/2012/08/30/61298-thranduil-saruman-the-white-revealed-in-hobbit-film-tie-in-book/

Here’s a taste of the beautiful artwork to be found within the new book:

So, is it December yet??

Have Orcrist, will battle. I’d follow this…

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~ by Servetus on August 30, 2012.

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  1. Those eyes baffle me… Quite a hairy look… Cat’s eyes… Richard it must be you… ok Thorin… something unsettles me here…. how about you??

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  2. Yes have ordered mine and one for my nephew

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  3. I got one too — and then a call from my credit card company, which I get every time I make a UK amazon order although I do it about once a month. Sigh.

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