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  • The Monkey King, also known as The Lost Empire, is a 2001 four hour television mini-series produced by NBC and the SciFi Channel. It is a contemporary take on the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West. It stars Bai Ling, Thomas Gibson, Russell Wong, Eddie Marsan, and Randall Duk Kim.
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The Magical Monkey King: Mischief in Heaven
The Magical Monkey King: Mischief in Heaven
Every child in China grows up listening to stories of the irrepressible Monkey King. Smart, brave, powerful, and most of all mischievous, Monkey King finds himself in the midst of adventure at every turn. Join Monkey as he wins his title as King of the Monkeys, studies with a great sage to learn the secrets of immortality, and even takes on the job as a royal gardener in the Kingdom of Heaven. With Monkey, be prepared for surprises!
Red Scarf Girl author Ji-Li Jiang’s retelling of these stories about the legendary Monkey King are accompanied by brand-new illustrations by Youshan Tang, using Chinese brush painting and pen drawings.

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Some of the many t-shirts at the market. Too bad all of them were about a medium in US sizes. None of them would fit me. Looks like King Kong has had quite the influence on the designers.
Monkey Dust Cnut Episode 1
Monkey Dust Cnut Episode 1
If you haven't seen Monkey Dust I highly recommend it a brilliantly dark cartoon. The character wearing the Cnut t-shirt is a very unhelpful assistant in a music store.

monkey king t shirt
monkey king t shirt
The Monkey King: A Superhero Tale of China, Retold from The Journey to the West (Ancient Fantasy)


If you think Superman or Spiderman has been around a long time, think about Monkey. He has been China's favorite superhero for at least five centuries. He's amazingly strong, he can fly, and he has a few tricks those other superheroes never heard of. And he's always ready to do battle with demons, dragons -- sometimes even the gods.

Monkey stars in The Journey to the West, an epic comic fantasy from the sixteenth century. The part retold here is about Monkey's origin and early career -- and the one time he didn't come out on top.

For ages 10 and up. Not illustrated!


Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of "The Mountain of Marvels," "The Songs of Power," "The Magic Flyswatter," and many more children's books from publishers large and small. His stories have also appeared often in Cricket magazine.



"Here I am, only four hundred years old," said the Monkey King, "and I've already reached the heights of greatness. What is left to hope and strive for? What can be higher than a king?"

"Your Majesty," said the gibbon carefully, "we have ever been grateful for that time four centuries ago when you hatched from the stone, wandered into our midst, and found for us this hidden cave behind the waterfall. We made you our king as the greatest honor we could bestow. Still, I must tell you that kings are not the highest of beings."

"They're not?" said the Monkey King.

"No, Your Majesty. Above them are gods, who dwell in Heaven and govern Earth. Then there are Immortals, who have gained great powers and live forever. And finally there are Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, who have conquered illusion and escaped rebirth."

"Wonderful!" cried the Monkey King. "Maybe I can become all three!" He considered a moment, then said, "I think I'll start with the Immortals. I'll search the earth till I've found one, then learn to become one myself!"