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The Hag and the Werewolf

in Prince Caspian

"Peter had a glimpse of a horrible, gray, gaunt creature, half man and half wolf, in the very act of leaping... . Trumpkin found himself face to face with the Hag. Her nose and chin stuck out like a pair of nutcrackers, her dirty gray hair was flying about her face..."

~Prince Caspian




Though it looks at first glance as if the werewolf were actually Trufflehunter, the badger, we know from an unreleased toy image that what we are seeing is the black werewolf, wearing a black hooded cloak.


It's a bit hard to tell what's going on with the hag in the muddle of the wand-stabbing action shot. We can tell that her trumpet sleeves are of a red-looking drapey organza-like material, with a dark fitted sleeve under that, and a large hood at the back. This all indicates that the dress is very much like what the hags wore in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

However, she's also wearing a black sleeveless coat, or overdress. At the back, we seem to be seeing two black materials: one looks woolen, one looks velvet. And look at her back in the first image—what is that heavy square shape? Is she carrying a book—or a box—in her garments? Is the black material that looks like velvet a bag over her shoulder, with her witch-things in it?

From the second image, it looks like she has a blue cap on, but they are actually blueish feathers it seems.


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