Your semi-regular update on all things Avalon: Web of Magic.
Good News, Everyone!
Voyager.world’s Instagram account is back. Which is why some of the broken Instagram links from previous updates work again.
Unfortunately, all their posts after October 2018 are gone. That means that most of the concept art of the mages that was posted last year aren’t there anymore.
Now that they’re back, we can presumably ask them about any updates on the Avalon animated series and future books. So, fans … ask away.
It’s been almost a month of social distancing, and I bet most of you are in dire need of something to do. Lucky for you, I rescued the official Avalon: Web of Magic coloring pages from the Wayback Machine for your enjoyment. Have fun.
The first of three Avalon: Web of Magic-centric episodes of the Jewel Riders Archive podcast is up! Listen to me talk about Circles in the Stream, the history of Avalon: Web of Magic, the long-teased animated series, and merchandising with Chris and Ronnie from Jewel Riders Archive.
You can download the podcast from Podbean.
A quick message from our friends at Jewel Riders Archive:
An update from our friends at Jewel Riders Archive:
As part of Jewel Riders’ 25th Anniversary Celebration, we wanted to give a little love to Avalon: Web of Magic, the twelve book middle-grade fantasy series (very loosely) based on ✨Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders✨. In March, May, and July, we’ll be discussing the one each of three books on the #podcast, with special guest host and Avalon expert extraordinaire Jacquesworth from our sister site The Avalon Archive! We hope you read along with us and join the discussion!
Use those Christmas gift cards to pick up your copy of the first three #books 📚 Finish the first book before March to be caught up for the first #bookpodcast.
Some exciting news from our friends at Jewel Riders Archive:
Hey Jewel Fans!
2020 is the twenty-fifth Anniversary of Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders, and we have some great stuff planned for this year.
As part of Jewel Riders’ 25th Anniversary Celebration, we wanted to give a little love to Avalon: Web of Magic, the twelve book middle-grade fantasy series (very loosely) based on Jewel Riders. In March, May, and July, we’ll be discussing one each of three books on the podcast, with special guest host and Avalon expert extraordinaire Jacquesworth from our sister site The Avalon Archive! We hope you read along with us and join the discussion!
Read the complete blog at The Jewel Riders Archive!
Listen to me discuss Avalon: Web of Magic with the guys from the Jewel Riders Archive starting in March!
Your semi-regular update on the Avalon: Web of Magic animated series!
Strange Things Are Afoot:
Some rather disappointing events happened over the weekend.
- The voyager.world Instagram account is no more. If you were wondering why most of the links to Instagram updates and comments have suddenly vanished, now you know. I have saved all images related to the Avalon animated series, and all quotes regarding series production are still kept in previous production updates. Links sourcing the quotes will be preserved for archival purposes.
- Mind’s Eye Entertainment has taken down the concept art for the mages from their website. Only the Ravenswood Manor concept art and the series poster remain. Unless told otherwise, I will continue to host the concept art here and on Tumblr.
As always, if you want to send me any Avalon news, you can use the handy Contact the Archive link above.