The fresh new take on Arthurian legends, Cursed, hit streaming service Netflix on Friday June 17. A must for Game of Thrones and Vikings fans, some perceptive viewers have revealed the blind-and-you-miss-it hidden cameo from one of the show’s co-creators.
Featuring 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford as Nimue, Cursed explores the years leading up to King Arthur’s ascent to the throne.
After a sensational season finale, streamers are already desperate for the epic tale to continue in season two.
Netflix have yet to confirm whether the series will be renewed, but some obsessed fans have already spilled all the secrets and hidden details the first instalment has to offer.
Among Cursed’s most surprising moments was a brief appearance from the show’s co-creator, Frank Miller.
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Merlin is portrayed by Vikings star Gustaf Skarsgård for the series, a powerful druid whose destiny seems to be intertwined with Nimue.
Comic illustrator Frank Miller was instrumental in the creation of Cursed, providing eight colour and 30 black and white images for the original book, released last year.
His latest appearance continues his tradition of appearing in projects based on his work, which has also been popularised by Stan Lee’s Marvel cameos.
Miller is known for his work on Daredevil comic books, as well as illustrating the acclaimed graphic novel, The Dark Knight Returns.
While the comic book artist is usually killed in his on-screen cameos, Miller luckily escaped a similar fate when he portrayed Brother Horde.
He has also appeared in Robocop, Daredevil (2003), Sin City and its sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, dying in each film.
Although the cliffhanger finale and positive response indicates a second season is on the way, it’s not yet known if Frank Miller will have a chance to reprise his small role.
Cursed season 1 is available to stream on Netflix.