Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Geeky Guide to Magical Rings
Everyone loves a little bling, and superheroes are no different. www.custommade.com has created an infographic entitled “Geeky Guide to Magical Rings” detailing some of the most famous rings we’ve seen in literature, along with the characters that wear them.
One of the more famous rings is the Green Lantern Power Ring. In The Green Lantern comic, the Green Lantern’s Power Ring gives the wearer the ability to control the physical world, and was worn by Alan Scott. His original ring was magically powered, however, subsequent rings were created by the Guardians of the Universe.
We take a to The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, where we see Thomas’s wedding ring get magical powers once he’s transported to “The Land”.
The One Ring debuted in The Hobbit, and was created by Sauron the Dark Lord. The Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit follow up, is the tale of the quest to destroy the ring in order to keep Sauron from finishing his evil plans.
Another ring famous in the Harry Potter series is the resurrection stone, which is able to summon the deceased.
The Wood Between the Worlds Rings were created from magical dust found in Atlantis, and appeared in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew. Each ring takes you to a special place.
The Phantom Rings, from The Phantom, also appear in this infographic, with both the good mark and the bad mark being expanded upon.
Feel free to like, share, and comment on this infographic from www.custommade.com entitled “Geeky Guide to Magical Rings”.