Posts tagged: adaptation
Roger Corman talks with the British Film Institute about Edgar Allan Poe and his film adaptations of Poe’s works.
Screenwriter and creator of the Sixties Batman television series Lorenzo Semple has died. Besides Batman, Gutter readers might know Semple best from his screenplays for, The Parallax View, Flash Gordon (1980), Papillon, The Drowning Pool, Never Say Never Again, Sheena, and King Kong (1976). The Los Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter and Comics Alliancehave obituaries. Semple also hosted the…
Colin Smith returns to Too Busy Thinking About My Comics to ask, “What’s To Be Done With The Fantastic Four?”
Comics Editor Carol thinks about fun, charm and nostalgia while reading The Thrilling Adventure Hour graphic novel:
The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a beacon in a grittily realistic, grimdark pop culture landscape, one guiding lost souls to fun, charm and adventure. And I’m glad to see The Thrilling Adventure Hour adapted from podcast radio play into graphic novel because I like what it portends for fun stories in the future and because charm is something I can use more of in my entertainment and my life.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Romance Editor Chris shares some of her favorite fairy tale retellings.
When it comes to fairy tales, I’m no purist. I love re-tellings, revisions, old favourites made new and strange. That, I think, is what I liked best about Frozen: it took the bare idea of the Snow Queen and told a completely different story, albeit one in which we can vaguely recognize the original. And that reminded me of some of my favourite fairy tale retellings… and how so many of them are love stories.
Image, “Beauty and the Beast” by Walter Crane. Via "Grimm Girls: Picturing the Princess."
Frozen: Jane Austen Meets The Snow Queen
My mom raised me with three things: Feminism; “You don’t have to like your sister, but you can’t…