Talk:Tolkien's works in popular media
Should we include comic book appearances of Tolkien and concepts from Middle-earth in this list? Question derived from this. Or create a separate comic book article? --Morgan 23:13, 14 December 2013 (UTC)
- Oh boy. Let's see.
- In the 2006 Blue Beetle series, the eponymous hero's "hideout" is called Hobbiton. His minor enemy, the Diviner, summons Ents.
- In Secret Origins #20, Barbara Gordon read LotR on the plane from Chicago to Gotham.
- The Legion of Super-Heroes villain Tseln has a "Mithril silver" knife.
- Sasha Bourdaux mentions Legolas in Checkmate #4
- The story in Amethyst (1985) #4 is called "There and Back Again".
- In Plastic Man (2004) #12, FBI Agent Morgan tracks down an illegal downloader and notices LotR, which she heard was good.
- Kyle Rayner carries a copy of LotR in Green Lantern (1990) #97
- Brainiac 5 mentions the One Ring in Legion of Super-Heroes (2010) #1
- Changeling calls burrowing aliens Hobbits in DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #2
- Marvel's got characters named Sauron, Numenor and Aragorn (a winged horse). Sauron actually named himself after the character.
- Spidey calls his pals the Fellowship in White Tiger #6
- Billy Kaplan's bedroom door has "Speak Friend and Enter", in Young Avengers Presents #1
- A boxing match between Slammer Sauron and Freddy Frodo in Avengers #43
- Justice League of America #43 (2010): Josiah Power quotes Numbers 20:18, and Doctor Impossible is surprised it's from the Bible and not Gandalf (You shall not pass)
- That's just the big two. --Ederchil (Talk/Contribs/Edits) 14:12, 15 December 2013 (UTC)