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4 : The Bull and the Spear

by Michael Moorcock
Aug 8, 2016
5 Hours
Ages 13+
In the ancient Castle Erorn, Corum of the Scarlet Robe dwells in isolation and sorrow. He has out-lived his great love, Rhalina, and is tormented by voices in his dreams—a crowd of shadowy figures chanting his name. Unable to ignore their calls for help any longer, he will travel through eons of time to an age of tragedy, where the people of Tuha-na-Cremm Croich, descendants of Rhalina, are persecuted by the giant gods of the Cold Folk.

A great black bull has the power needed to defeat the monsters of a new age. But to tame the bull, the Eternal Champion must travel to the fatally beautiful island of Hy-Breasail to find the invincible and magical Spear Bryionak...

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Corum, Nora Achrati as Maeve, Christopher Graybill as Calatin, Andy Clemence as Mannach, Bradley Smith as Jhary and Tim Getman as Goffanon. With Kenyatta Rogers, Matthew Keenan, Andy Brownstein, Tracy Olivera, Colleen Delany and Lawrence Redmond
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors Casey Green
Sound Designers Casey Green
Original Theme Music Peter Pavli
Cover Illustrator Gel Jamlang
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Beginning of the second trilogy by Zack (Posted on 2/28/2019)
Enter this first entry in the second Corum trilogy with tempered expectations and you may not be too disappointed. Prince Corum is deeply affected by the tragedy of outliving Rhalina and that tragedy sticks with him throughout the story. That Corum is continually affected by that tragedy throughout the story didn’t bother me. In fact, it bothers me more when a character seems to overcome the effects of a great tragedy in the course of a single book. That never seems very realistic to me. Though it didn’t bother me, others may find Prince Corum less compelling in this story than in previous entries. Likewise, this story may not be what you’re looking for if you want something action-packed. This story is a bit slower and more contemplative.
Review by Bos (Posted on 8/8/2018)
I'm a bit let down by this new chapter of Corum's adventure, Corum is too whining and doesn't feel like he learned anything from his previous adventure.
the second trilogy off to a very good start by kurumais (Posted on 4/23/2017)
the cast is full confidence here. especially chris genebach as corum. well done
disappointing by rafael (Posted on 10/14/2016)
this book was disappointing it wasn't as good as the first 3. The story was slow an uninteresting.

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