Guess what finally came in the mail! The new SFX magazine with a 4-page spread on “Robin of Sherwood”!

Thinking of checking out Robin of Sherwood. Don’t know why, just feel like it. Ah well.

DO IT!!!!!!

hannibeatles:

Pictures from Sherwood Forest National Park from my UK trip including the famous Major Oak (2nd pic).

hannibeatles:

THIS IS WHAT THE ROBIN OF SHERWOOD TAG LOOKS LIKE TO ME RIGHT NOW! I AM SCREAMING!

hannibeatles:

THIS IS WHAT THE ROBIN OF SHERWOOD TAG LOOKS LIKE TO ME RIGHT NOW! I AM SCREAMING!

Anonymous;
No problem! As it's the 30th Anniversary this year, I was inspired by other fan-tributes for RoS to publish one on YouTube. It draws mainly from various fan-videos that are already on there. I can't send links on here, but if you find my YouTube channel (Fenner1976), there's a new Michael tribute on there. I've been meaning to edit one for a while. Hope it's ok :)

Awesome, I’ll be sure to check it out. If you would like I can even link the video tribute to the blog. I’ve also made a few ROS videos back when I still worked on videos, :)

Anonymous;
Superb blog! As a lifelong fan of RoS myself, this makes very interesting reading. 30 years later, and it still remains the best version ever made. The recent Network releases of RoS on bluray are terrific. Blessed be!

Why, thank you, anon! I have to admit when I first watched Robin of Sherwood I instantly fell in love. I love that there is a Robin of Sherwood family here on Tumblr too. Blessed be!

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I just ordered SFX magazine since I couldn’t seem to find it anywhere around here. Hopefully it’ll get here soon…

Robin of Sherwood

iamthewatcheronthewall:

SFX has a four page feature on ROS and I’m so excited.  One whole page of which has a huge pic of Michael Praed with bow and arrow looking typically sexy. 

I do wish my scanner was working at the moment. :(

Well, clearly I need to buy SFX magazine then.

redsirion:

My collection of signatures of the Robin of Sherwood cast.
pic #1:  Judi Trott (Lady Marian), Nigel Bell (editor), Jeremy Bulloch (Edward of Wickham), Phil Rose (Friar Tuck), Michael Praed (Robin of Locksley), Robert Addie (Guy of Gisburne) and Nickolas Grace (Sheriff of Nottingham). 

pic #2: Richard Carpenter (author), Annabelle Lee (Mad Mab

pic #3: Jason Connery (Robert of Huntington)