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Spotlight On...BLACK KNIGHT!

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Monolith
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Spotlight On...BLACK KNIGHT!

Post by Monolith » 18 Nov 2021, 19:19

In observance of the Eternals movie, today's Spotlight focuses on the all-too-human hero, the Black Knight. Harkening back to his brief and tumultuous relationship with Sersi in the 1990's, Dane Whitman is actually a legacy character descendant from the Black Knight of Marvel's Atlas Comics era of the 1950's, set in the Age of Camelot. Dane wielded the Ebony Blade of his ancestor Sir Percy, the original Black Knight, while trying to avoid the tarnished legacy of his uncle Nathan Garrett, a late Avengers villain and Master of Evil. A scientist with a magic sword, Black Knight struggled for years to master the blood curse of the Ebony Blade and its ramifications. For a time, he abandoned the cursed blade to redefine himself in the use of other swords and weapons. In recent years, however, the Black Knight has been defined again by his addiction to the Ebony Blade and the darkness within his own soul that it feeds upon. Still a (roughly) heroic figure, Dane continues his efforts to live up to the ideals of Camelot... if not the reality.

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Re: Spotlight On...BLACK KNIGHT!

Post by Spectral Knight » 19 Nov 2021, 14:43

Great work all involved, this is definitely going on the weekend's reading list!

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Re: Spotlight On...BLACK KNIGHT!

Post by Gremlin » 19 Nov 2021, 23:59

Yeah, he has way more history than I thought he did. Wel done Monolith for going through it.
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