Welcome to the 2nd edition of "WoT a Week", a weekly highlighting of all things Wheel of Time. Lets get into it!

The Wheel of Time on Prime

As you'll recall from last week, it was reported that the Wheel of Time would be filming in Spain at the Alcázar of Segovia(pictured above). Daniel Greene on his Fantasy News channel confirms this to be the case.

If there is more to find, the team over at WoT series will find it. There are plenty of WoT fans in Spain, so no doubt some brave adventurer will snap a few photos. Stay tuned to their social media accounts over the next few days. The dates in the article were the 30 Nov and the 1st and 2nd of December.

YouTube seems to be one of the fastest growing parts of the fandom, with scores of WoT related channels posting new content regularly. Here are the standouts from the past week.

Move over Eminem,  TehBuggy absolutely kills it.

Hey guys! I'm a huge fan of the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan (and completed with the help of Brandon Sanderson), and I've had this rap in my head for a long time now. So here's a parody to the tune of Baby Got Back by Sir Mix-A-Lot. I'm a terrible rapper, but I had too much fun with this!

If that's not quite your groove, Ivan Duch has shared another WoT inspired piece.

This one is about the One Power, I tried to capture the idea of the characters glimpsing into it for the first time.

WoT Theory makes a return to Youtube to discuss how his understanding and interpretation of certain aspects of the series has changed as he's aged.

You saw the trailer last week, here's the full comic of Dumai's Wells by Laurence Wright.

Finally! Here it is; this comic is a retelling of the truly spectacular works of Robert Jordan. Specifically the tale end of the final chapter in his sixth Wheel of Time book. Dumai's Wells is one of my favourite moments In the series and it was a thrill to bring it to life in my own way. This marks the end of this project and the beginning of new content for the channel but not the end of wheel of time related videos. So if you're and art lover, a WoT fan or both I hope you subscribe and stick around. Thank you all for the love and support.

WoT a Fandom

Dreams of Pop, a custom maker of Pop Vinyl's has been busy making some Ta'veren.

While you are thinking about spending money, Weekly Wheel News has some WoT inspired slate coasters.

Stunning map!

Tap/click for close ups. Some great detail there.

Nugubeef shares his interpretation of one of Mat's best scenes in the books.

Anthony Nguyen chronicles Rand's Journey.

Zen Rand is a good place to end this weeks edition.