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Maildun! He had the greatest mullet County Sligo had ever seen.
Published 1985

Happy St Patrick’s day! – Good Show Sir

Actually, that cover IS a classical work of art!I would touch it without protective gloves.I've seen worse. Far, far, worse.Interesting, but I would still read it in public.Middlng: Neither awful nor awfully goodWould not like to be seen reading that!Awful... just awful...That belongs in a gold-lame picture frame!Gah... my eyes are burning! Feels so good!Good Show Sir! (Average: 5.67 out of 10)
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24 Responses to “Celtic Odyssey – The Voyage of Maildun”

  1. A.R.Yngve Says:

    If he’s Irish, how come he ain’t wearing any green?
    (Just kidding.)

  2. A.R.Yngve Says:

    Maildun returns in the stirring sequel
    A CELTIC BANK BAILOUT

  3. THX 1138 Says:

    Is that object in the background what the hero makes his coffee in?

  4. SI Says:

    Don’t people realise this is an accurate illustration of how all Irish people are. I wake up every morning and make this pose.

    I will avenge you father! Avenge you!!!!

  5. Adam Roberts Says:

    ‘My odyssey has come to an end! And now, verily, I must exit through the gift shop. So, what is it to be? This replica sword? Or the large piece of avant-garde pottery behind me? Decisions, decisions.’

  6. Dalton H. Says:

    But can he dance?

  7. mfabry Says:

    Dalton, seeing his unsteady stance and problems with vision and distance judgment I would say he’s no Michael Flatley! Just a dude who had done too much pub crawling the previous night ..

  8. Tom Noir Says:

    Why does he have a coffee pot growing out of his arm? Is than Irish thing?

  9. Tom Noir Says:

    than = that an

  10. NGpm Says:

    Maybe this is an Irish version of Don Quixote?

    The myopic hero attacks trees and percolators thinking they are dragons … “how dare you insult the good name of Dulcinea del County Clare!”

  11. A.R.Yngve Says:

    “Get yer fancy-pants frame off me cover picture before I chop it with me sword!”

  12. Solnishka Says:

    And no one has caught that the author is Michael Scott.. … … From the Office?

  13. A.R.Yngve Says:

    2001 BC: A Down-To-Earth Odyssey

  14. GK Says:

    I don’t know where his mullet ends and his cloak begins.

  15. jesika Says:

    this is not the kind of book i would have expected Michael Scott to have written.

  16. A.R.Yngve Says:

    The great irony is that the book is probably marketed towards Americans who imagine they are “Irish” but have only a very vague idea what that means and don’t have a poetic bone in their bodies…

  17. Tom Noir Says:

    “The stirring voyage of Maudlin…”

    Here he is depicted discovering the Holy Salt-shaker.

  18. Jaouad Says:

    Salt-shaker? Looks more like a hookah to me.

  19. rev Says:

    widdly widdly diddly dum potatoes
    all the english are bad
    widdly diddlydiddle diddle dee

  20. AnnaT Says:

    Maildun practiced his heroic pose, unaware of the giant coffeepot approaching him from behind . . .

  21. Severian 67 Says:

    That’s not Maildun! That’s Chuck Norris! And you crazy fools are mocking him. I can’t bear to watch. [runs away]

  22. anon Says:

    I thought Ulysses was the Celtic Odyssey…

  23. GSS ex-noob Says:

    Faith and begorra, ’tis missing the TING tag.

  24. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    Little known fact: the Irish invented the beer stein, and kept all of the stout in the land in one enormous tankard until the reign of Elizabeth.

    Maith thú, Éireannach!

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