Q&A session at the San Diego Comic Con

Tuesday, July 8, 2008 - 12:58 pm

Wizard's First Rule—Sam Raimi (Spider-Man) and Ken Biller (Star Trek: Voyager) give you a first look at the upcoming television series Wizard's First Rule. The one-hour weekly series, premiering in late fall, is based on Terry Goodkind's bestselling epic fantasy series The Sword of Truth, which follows the extraordinary transformation of woodsman Richard Cypher into a magical leader who joins with a mysterious, beautiful woman to stop a bloodthirsty, sinister tyrant. Join Sam and Ken for a moderated interview and audience Q&A session! (Source)

Terry Goodkind Moves to Putnam for Three-Book Deal

Thursday, June 26, 2008 - 01:55 pm

After a long career with Tor, bestselling fantasy writer Terry Goodkind is moving to Putnam. The first book, yet to be titled, will be a contemporary thriller set in an American city. You can read the press-release of Terry Goodkind changing his publisher on Publishers Weekly

More Books announced

Tuesday, June 24, 2008 - 08:32 am

The working titles for Terry Goodkind's upcoming book series are "The Hinges of Hell" and "A Different Kind of Human". (source: terrygoodkind.net)

Cast for Richard and Kahlan announced!

Wednesday, May 21, 2008 - 05:59 am

Craig Horner and Bridget Regan have been tapped to star in Sam Raimi's syndicated series "Wizard's First Rule."

Horner will star as Richard Cypher, a woodsman who joins with a mysterious woman named Kahlan (Regan) to stop a bloodthirsty, sinister tyrant.

Horner, an Australia native, recently co-starred on the Australian series "Blue Water High." Regan recently co-starred in the Broadway comedy "Is He Dead?"

Regan has starred in roles such as Sex and the City and Law & Order.

We will be updating shortly with more cast!

LFG Comic

Sunday, May 18, 2008 - 08:08 pm

"Looking For Group is a free comic that is updated several times a week and is generally looked at as a Fantasy/Science fiction parody series that pokes heavy fun at everything World of Warcraft, Lord of the Rings, Wheel of Time, RS Salvatore, Dungeons & Dragons, George RR Martin, Everquest, Star Wars and anything else we enjoy, derived from Video Games, Film, Television, Books and Graphic Novels."

There are several references to the Sword of Truth novels, so check it out and discuss all your findings on our Forums! The comic starts with someone named Richard meeting a woman in help, who seeks the Sword of Truth.

Enjoy!

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