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6 : The Sword and the Stallion

by Michael Moorcock
Oct 24, 2016
5 Hours
Ages 13+
There is a sword, forged by the master swordsmith Goffanon the Dwarf, imbued with powerfully magical properties. But this magic can only be wielded by one man. And there is a stallion—a fierce animal that allows only those pure of heart to ride it. The only man worthy of taking up this sword, and climbing into this saddle, is Prince Corum—the Eternal Champion.

The struggle for dominion between the races of good and evil is reaching an epic crescendo, and the formidable Gods of Limbo threaten to deliver unending Chaos to the world. Corum’s most desperate quest yet will see treachery, betrayal, wizards, dragons and brutal battle, all of which will decide the fate of the Earth, and of Corum himself.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Corum, Thomas Keegan as Ilbrec, Tim Getman as Goffanon, Nora Achrati as Medhbh. With Danny Gavigan, Andy Clemence, Lawrence Redmond, Christopher Graybill, Bradley Smith, Thomas Penny, David Jourdan, Chris Stinson, Tia Shearer, Matthew Bassett, Alexander Strain and Terence Aselford
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors Casey Green
Sound Designers Casey Green
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


The series concludes by Zack (Posted on 2/28/2019)
This is a fitting conclusion to the Corum series. If you haven’t read the stories in their original form, you may be surprised by the ending. Honestly, that may actually be the best way to go into the story.

After listening to this final entry in the Corum series, I really have to hand it to the cast. Their performances got better and better as the series progressed. The differences in acting between this production and the first in the series are striking. Combine that increase in quality with GA’s usual great work in other aspects of the production and it adds up to a satisfying ending to the series.

Here’s hoping for future adaptations of Moorcock’s other Eternal Champion stories.
Review by Bos (Posted on 8/8/2018)
what an interesting series, took me by surprise at the end. great job GA.
Please make more! by Omar (Posted on 6/20/2018)
I really love the eternal champion series by Michael Moorcock, I really wish you would make more of these and if you do please let us know
excellent conclusion to the corum by kurumais (Posted on 4/23/2017)
i've read a lot of fantasy and i cant think of any author that does fantasy the way moorcock does. you hear the confidence coming from the cast especially when you compare it from the very first corum audio. i admit i didnt think chris genebach was going to be this good as corum. he wasn't bad but as the series went along he got better and better sounding just like a hero that started so low, but overcame impossible odds and godlike beings.
i truly hope graphic audio continues making audios with moorcocks other champions.
good and surprising by rafael (Posted on 11/14/2016)
I have to admit I was surprised at the ending. The story was very good and the story kept you off guard.

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