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3 : The King of the Swords

by Michael Moorcock
Jul 13, 2016
5 Hours
Ages 13+
The old races have perished. Across the fifteen planes of reality, the ceaseless struggle between Law and Chaos continues. Corum, the Prince in the Scarlet Robe, has destroyed two of the company of Chaos, but Mabelode the Faceless will not see his actions go unpunished.

The Eternal Champion must call upon the power of other incarnations—Elric, and Erekosë—and travel to the last five planes to defeat the King of the Swords. At stake: not only the balance of forces at the crux of existence, but also a personal vendetta, since the captain of the enemy army is the same Mabden who slaughtered Corum’s family...

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Corum, Bradley Smith as Jhary and Tracy Olivera as Rhalina. With Andy Brownstein, Tim Getman, Scott McCormick, Jefferson A. Russell, Terence Aselford, Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey, Dylan Lynch, Lawrence Redmond, Michael John Casey, Thomas Keegan, Christopher Walker, Ken Jackson, Chris Davenport, Bob Payne and Yasmin Tuazon
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Original Theme Music Peter Pavli
Additional Original Music Peter Pavli and David Zitney
Cover Illustrator Gel Jamlang
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Best of the series so far by Zack (Posted on 2/28/2019)
This is the conclusion of the first Corum trilogy and does provide a resolution of sorts. This is my favorite of the first trilogy, as it ties in with Moorcock’s other work and his idea of the eternal champion.

In this third Corum title, the cast actually seems to have grown pretty comfortable with their roles and the awkwardness from the first entry is largely gone, which makes for a better adaptation. Combine that with GA’s usual excellent production values and it makes this is the best of the first three entries in the series.
Review by Bos (Posted on 8/8/2018)
awesome series, wish there was more of Kwll and Rhynn.
a good conclusion to the first corum trilogy by kurumais (Posted on 4/23/2017)
this series has gotten better and better' mostly due to the cast getting better and more comfortable with their roles. good job GA.
corum knight of the swords by ken (Posted on 10/22/2016)

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