How did Robin Hood get so popular?
The best assurance of immortality is to have good press. The primary recorder of the antics of Robin Hood was Alan Adale a traveling minstrel who songs and poems were a little more successful than his competitors.
Robin Hood is a hero in English folklore. The medieval period was when Robin Hood became popular. He is known for taking from the rich and giving to the poor with the help of his friends, known as the Merry Men. The group of men and Robin Hood are considered to be outlaws by the sheriff, and hero to the people.