The Companions triumphant, they make their way to the Royal Court of Alba Sarum to be rewarded as heroes!
The art in this comic book is far better than the majority of the other 51.
Xanadu begins her tale of when she apprenticed for Merlin and went by the name 'Nimue'. I looked that up and it is one of the names given to The Lady of the Lake. Madame Xanadu is the younger sister of the Lady of the Lake and Morgaine le Fey is the middle sister. These are things I didn't know! I couldn't help singing the previous sentence in my head as I typed it. It sounds the refrain from a Sesame Street bit.
My knowledge of the Arthurian Legend has always been on the level of Trivial Pursuit questions. I know the basics of the myth and some knowledge proceeding from their but I've never been interested enough to read the various books and texts extending the myth. Until now, I guess?
This is more evidence that The Queen is Morgaine le Fey.
The Companions realize Camelot is cyclical.
While Xanadu heads home, Merlin shoves Etrigan into Jason Blood's body. Xanadu believed Jason was killed in the attack. She and Jason continue to live their immortal lives apart until Jason stumbles into her at a local barbecue.
Technically, names are words of magic.
Alan Grant set up the reason for The Demon's need to rhyme when he was writing The Demon.
Hey! Eyes up here, princess!
When Jason awakens, he has to let Etrigan out for his morning walk and Exoristos asks Etrigan how he ended up with Xanadu.
And that's the story I intend to believe!