Camelot Vs Game Of Thrones: A Handy Chart For Choosing Your Medieval Dramas

Spring has sprung and for television that means that as some shows come to an end, others are just now beginning to kick off the Summer TV season. Currently, there are two medieval dramas on TV  and it can be tricky to figure out which one works best for you when choosing what to watch for your medieval craving.  One one hand, Starz has Camelot which retells the legend of King Arthur and is very easy to compare to Spartacus: Blood & Sand. HBO on the other hand, has adapted the award winning “A Song of Ice And Fire” book series into  Game of Thrones. Having only seen one episode each, I made a nifty chart for those of you wanting to know which is worth watching or downloading:

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Memory Lane 3: He-Man Strikes Back

Sooo I decided to rant tonight, and what a better way than to make a third installment of Memory Lane? If this is your first trip down PopCultureAsylum.com‘s Memory Lane series, here’s the “rules” of making these entries. I must be buzzed and I need to find things that were cool back in the day and just go on a crazy rant about them (mostly this is like a fun porch talk or bar talk being re-created). I can in no way or form add things to the list the following morning when I edit the articles. So for example, when I get some sleep and think “oh I should have added that Danish pop group Aqua that sang “Barbie Girl” to the list”….I can’t do it as it is against the rules. Anyway hoping this doesn’t grow stale anytime soon (mostly b/c it’s easy to write and probably the most popular series on this site) here’s the latest walk down Memory Lane:

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