December 26th, 2007
Thanks to Kagoma Kage, we now have 12 awesome Artemis sprites for yous. They’ve all been added to the Sprites & Smilies page, but you can see them below.
My favorites are the ships. They’ll come in handy on the forum! Which do you like best?
– Ships: Holly / Trouble
– Ships: Artemis / Holly
– Ships: Artemis / Minerva
– Foaly Deserve a Raise
– Holly Flying
– No. 1
You can see Kagoma’s other artwork (Including many more sprites) on Photobucket.
December 24th, 2007
It’s Christmas Eve! I can’t wait for tomorrow (Turkey…yum), but we’re getting a little festive around here already. Thanks to darvit, Artemis has hit Santa hat on a day early! Check him out at the top of the page. 🙂
DoctorWHO has also sent in his own little present for us all; userbars for each of the Artemis Fowl books. Feel free to download them and use them on any forum you like.
And last of all, perhaps you’d be interested in viewing some Artemis Fowl Christmas fanart?
Merry Christmas everyone!
From all at FanGathering
December 13th, 2007
There’s only ten more days before all entries must be submitted for the Holiday fanfiction graphic novel contest. Remember, you don’t have to celebrate Christmas! The fanfiction just has to take place somewhere during the winter holidays!
For clarification, to receive the Graphic Novel you will give your address to MichaelM, and only to MichaelM, and he will send you a copy of the Graphic Novel through a bookstore that delivers to your country. It will be handled with the utmost care for confidentiality.
For a recall the rules are:
1. The fanfiction must be PG-13 or less.
2. The fanfiction must include an Artemis Fowl character.
3. The fanfiction must take place during the holiday season.
4. You must have submitted it by December 23rd 2007.
To enter, post your story on the archive, then send me a link at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you don’t have an email address, please find a way to inform me of your entry! Don’t just assume that I will see it, the archive is active and it will be easy to miss.
If you have any questions comment here or email me.
Good luck to all of you, and happy writing!
December 11th, 2007
Eoin Colfer did a full TV interview last night, and it’s free for download from the RTE website.
The interview talks about a fair few things. Here’s a quick run through of the topics:
- Colfer’s childhood influences, such as the stories his Dad used to tell and his favorite book; Huckleberry Finn.
- The reason that Colfer really does love the Artemis graphic novel.
- The character of Artemis Fowl and his developing personality.
- Colfer’s experience as a teacher and his decision to become a writer.
- The difference between boy and girl readers, and even between child and adult readers.
- Airman; “If I had to be remembered in 100 years… this one would be the one.” Colfer is happier with this book than he ever was with any other, so it must be good!
- Colfer’s writing process.
- The movie; Companies still arguing over CGI vs live action. Tribeca wants CGI and Harvey Weinstein wants live action.
- Half Moon Investigatios TV series being developed by the BBC!!
You can download the full thing from the RTE website. Sadly it’s in Real Player though so you’ll need that installed (It’s free), and it streams so you’ll need a broadband connection.
December 8th, 2007
Welcome to the The Haven Herald, FanGathering’s newsletter. This is the fourth issue of hopefully many more. Within this newsletter, you will find three book recommendations, five award winners, and an article about children’s literature.
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December 7th, 2007
Comic Book Resources have published a great Artemis Fowl article, with plenty of news in there for us. To sum up the main points:
- Artemis Fowl Book 6 will be called The Time Paradox, and it’s due for release July 15th 2008.
- Colfer loves the Graphic Novel, and is hoping to have the 2nd book out by the end of 2008 (Don’t forget that you can win a copy of the first one here!).
- The movie is still stumbling along, but no great leaps have been made.
Two Artemis Fowls, in one year? That can’t be a bad thing!
You can read the article in full here.