In Part I, we cast the core team of Celtic gods from the comics; in Part II, we highlight 11 more mythological Celtic characters who deserve spots in the MCU.
My picks for which Irish, Scottish, Welsh, English, and French actors and actresses should play the core team of Celtic gods (a.k.a. the “Tuatha de Danaan” on the big screen
Classical writers regale us with eyebrow-raising tales of wild, island-bound Celtic women. But are any of them true?
In the new Thor movie, a powerful villain, Gorr, goes on a god-killing rampage. Will the Celtic gods be recruited to help defeat him?
Introducing Book One of the Celtic Pocket Guides Series, Irish Myths in Your Pocket: A Tiny Little Book About Irish Legends, Folklore, & Fairytales for Impressing Friends & Family on St. Patrick’s Day and Other Special Occasions
Uncover the origins of Beltane, the Celtic May Day festival that is still celebrated to this day with bonfires and mock witch-burnings.
Fionn mac Cumhaill is (arguably) the most popular hero from Irish mythology. But what do you really know about this Irish warrior who looms large in legend and folklore?
Cú Chulainn is (arguably) the greatest hero from Irish mythology. But what do you really know about the guy/demigod? These are the most popular books on the Irish Incredible Hulk
In this corner, the Hound of Ulster himself, the Irish Achilles, Cú Chulainn. And in this corner, the leader of the Fianna, hero of the Fenian Cycle, Fionn mac Cumhaill. Let’s get ready to rumble!
Ever wonder how Groundhog Day became a thing? It started with Imbolc, the ancient Celtic feast day of the fertility goddess Brigid