Season 10 Titles for Issues #1 & #2

Pat Shand tweeted the titles for #1 & #2:

  • Charmed: Season Ten #1 is called... No Country for Old Ones.
  • My favorite title is for #2, though. Magically Malicious.

What do you think about the titles? Any theories? Share them in the comments.

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Comments: 9
  • #1

    p3nathan (Friday, 18 April 2014 17:12)

    Good to see Pat's sticking with Charmed's cheesy pun usage hehe. Love them. Love that we have official titles. Makes it feel more solid in my mind; the fact that we have new Charmed to look forward to that is. :D

  • #2

    sephjaymes (Friday, 18 April 2014 17:12)

    Lucky Charms? lol

  • #3

    p3nathan (Friday, 18 April 2014 18:14)

    The first title makes me think it'll be more about the backstory of magic, perhaps similarly to the Neena arc of season 9. The only thing that springs to mind for issue two is evil leprechauns :P

  • #4

    StoryGirl83 (Saturday, 19 April 2014 00:52)

    Sweet! I'm glad we have some titles there. I added the titles to the comic wikia. This is cool.

    I've not seen the movie "No Country for Old Men." Does anyone know what it's about?

    @p3nathan - I concur with that about evil leprechauns being more or less all that brings to mind.

  • #5

    accacipi (Tuesday, 22 April 2014 21:35)

    @StoryGirl83 Haven't seen it either.
    Does anyone know what the title of issue 2 is referring to? Malicious sounds interesting because it's different from evil. Till now we had mostly evil antagonists.

  • #6

    StoryGirl83 (Thursday, 24 April 2014 08:01)

    @Accacipi - It references "Lucky Charms" cereal commercials which are "Magically Delicious."

  • #7

    accacipi (Thursday, 24 April 2014 19:45)

    @StoryGirl83 Thank you!

  • #8

    Julie (Friday, 25 April 2014 09:34)

    Well No Country for Old Men movie is based on a novel by Cormac McCarthy. It tells the story of an ordinary man to whom chance delivers a fortune that's not his,and a cat and mouse drama that eventually leads Tommy Lee Jones,Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem's characters to eventually cross paths in the barren landscape of West Texas. If you liked Fargo you'll like this. The title No Country for Old Men came from the opening line from an Irish poem written by 20th Century poet William Butler Yates called "Sailing to Byzantium".
    "THAT is no country for old men. The young
    In one another's arms, birds in the trees
    – Those dying generations – at their song,
    The salmon-falls, the mackerel-crowded seas,
    Fish, flesh, or fowl, commend all summer long
    Whatever is begotten, born, and dies.
    Caught in that sensual music all neglect

    Monuments of unageing intellect"

    Basically how the young neglect the wisdom of the past and the presumably, of the old.

  • #9

    obat kuat pria tahan lama hubungan intim (Tuesday, 20 September 2016 08:07)

    thank you verry much