The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is an American fantasy streaming television series produced by Netflix and The Jim Henson Company.It is a prequel to the 1982 Jim Henson film The Dark Crystal that explores the world of Thra created for the original film.
Aug 30, 2019 · Created by Jeffrey Addiss, Will Matthews. With Neil Sterenberg, Beccy Henderson, Nathalie Emmanuel, Taron Egerton. Return to the world of Thra, where three Gelfling discover the horrifying secret behind the Skeksis' power, and set out to ignite the fires of rebellion and save their world.
The characters from the 1982 cult fantasy film The Dark Crystal series were created by puppeteer Jim Henson and concept artist Brian Froud, most of the information about specific characters and species names that were not mentioned in the film come from supplementary materials such as Froud's book The World of the Dark Crystal.
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- Valley of the Stones
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance 2019 | TV-PG | 1 Season | Political TV Shows As power-hungry overlords drain life from the planet Thra, a group of brave Gelfling unite on a quest to save their world and fight off the darkness.
- August 30, 2019
A book entitled The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: Inside the Epic Return to Thra was released in November 2019, two months after the Netflix series premiered. It details the making of the series and features concept art, interviews, set photography, and more.
Aug 31, 2019 · This weekend, Frank Oz and Jim Henson’s 1982 cult film The Dark Crystal finally gets a follow-up.The new prequel series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is true to Henson’s original vision ...
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Sep 17, 2020 · The journey from the cult classic film The Dark Crystal to its prequel series, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, has taken nearly 35 years. But now the future of this live-action return to the world of Thra has been put in jeopardy — after just one season — by the coronavirus pandemic.
- Jennifer Vineyard
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Sep 04, 2019 · Netflix’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance has arrived, and people have been raving about this groundbreaking series—both for its technical prowess and the powerful fantasy story. This ...
Deethra, known as Deet for short, was a female Gelfling of the Grottan Clan who lived during the late Age of Division. Deet experienced a vision by touching Vliste-Staba, the Sanctuary Tree located in the Mountains of Grot, and joined the Gelfling resistance. 1 Biography 1.1 Joining the resistance 1.2 Arrival at the Circle of the Suns 1.3 Second Battle of Stone-in-the-Wood 2 Personality and ...
- Early Life
- Joining The Resistance
- Arrival at The Circle of The Suns
Hup originally lived in Sami Thicket, where he worked as a cook in a Spriton inn. He lost his position after striking skekShod the Treasurer, who had repeatedly complained about the food he was served and insulted Hup's intelligence. Tiring of his work, he joined the fraudulent Vapran paladin Barfinniousas his squire. The two briefly worked as traveling minstrels, though Hup soon grew weary of his lord's dishonesty after being driven out of Mu'din by an elder suspecting the paladin of cavorting with his wife. During a trip back to Spriton territory, he and Barfinnious were welcomed as heroes by villagers besieged by a mysterious beast. There, he befriended Veara, who offered to teach him the art of healing with the herbshe once used in his dishes. When the beast struck the village again, Hup joined the Spriton in attempting to drive it away, while Barfinnious hesitated. Hup subsequently joined the remorseful Barfinnious in his quest to slay the beast. While tracking the beast howeve...
When Hup saw Deet under attack by a Silk Spitter, he swung on a rope to attack it but was entangled in a web. Deet then swung him into the Spitter, who he head-butted, causing it to flee. He explained to Deet his ambition to become the first Podling paladin, and agreed to travel with her to Ha'rar, as both their goals lead there. When Deet became more fearful of the darkening, Hup tried to reassure her that they just needed to get to Ha'rar to "win", and although he tried to explain to Deet that clan divisions were too great for any form of Gelfling unity, Deet was too idealistic to believe it and insisted that they could unite after "adjustment". They then entered the Stonewood Clan capital, Stone-in-the-Wood. Although Hup wanted to leave when he saw the unfriendliness of the locals, Deet convinced him to have a drink. Still refusing to go near the locals, he stayed by the fountains and quaffed down drink until he noticed that the locals had shoved Deet off of the bar. Enraged, Hup...
When Rek'yr dropped Hup off outside the Circle of the Suns, Hup began retching horribly, afflicted with what Rek'yr referred to as airsickness, which would eventually pass. Hobbling along after his compatriots, he eventually reached the base of the Circle but became alarmed at the approaching sandstorm. He was carried to the summit and shelter by Lore, but as he held onto Lore's arm he was continually whiplashed as Lore climbed, causing him to nearly fall until he caught Deet's hand for the rest of the climb. At the top, Hup was enraged when skekGra considered him their slave, and angry about being forced to perform in skekGra and urGoh's theatrical performance. He botched it and slept through their performance and story. When they prepared to leave, skekMal arrived and attempted to attack Deet, which Hup blocked, although skekMal launched Hup away and badly wounded him. Hup remained bedridden from his injuries, and although he wished to accompany Deet and Rian, he knew when he was...
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