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An Interview With Logan Ludwig, Author of “Moving Panels”

28full200Logan Ludwig did something near and dear my heart and that of my friend Scott, who writes on adaptions. He did an in-depth book on comic adaption to movies, called Moving Panels: Translating Comics To Film. It’s a deep dive on a subject that’s not only interesting, but more important today than ever. Logan let me interview him so we can find out more on his work. Continue reading

Elmore Leonard, R.I.P.

Elmore Leonard, famous crime novelist, passed away at 87.  You can find out much more about him at his Wikipedia page.  This is after all the guy who has had huge amount of Hollywood writings and adaptions to his name (Hey, Scott, you got more to do here).

He also left behind a lot of advice: that you’ll definitely want to check out.

– Steven Savage

 

Why The Next Anime Adaptions May Not Be Obvious – Or Exist

I’m starting to loose track of the amount of adaptions-of-anime going on in Japan.

Yamato?  Check.

Gatchaman?  Coming up.

Captain Harlock?  Enjoy a badass trailer.

Patlabor?  Coming.

I would like to make an interesting speculation.

You know how now and then I talk about live action anime adaptions here and elsewhere? About how Hollywood may someday adapt things?  What it means for our careers?

What if we should ask not about American adaptions, but any adaptions? Continue reading