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We talk a lot about comic book movies. Graphic novels have become increasingly popular among readers since they first entered the scene in the late s. Films based on graphic novels tend to be a little bit darker — their stories can be more political, psychological, and reflective than what we often see in comic book adaptations. Here are five awesome films based on graphic novels. Source: Troublemaker Studios, Dimension Films. While many of his works have been adapted for the big screen, perhaps the most exciting — and most faithful — movie based on his work is Sin City.
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This is a list of films based on English-language comics , including comic books, graphic novels, and features in anthology comics magazines. It includes films that are adaptations of English-language comics , and those films whose characters originated in comic books e. - To vote on existing books from the list, beside each book there is a link vote for this book clicking it will add that book to your votes.
Comic book adaptions have adorned the big screen for more than 70 years. But a few have transferred from their comic origins almost covertly, with wider audiences all but unware of their provenance. Read on for a list of the more surprising additions to the comic book and graphic novel canon - and a closer look at the original source material. Though the core idea of our hero being inexplicably imprisoned is found in every version, there are important differences. Similarly, while incest is integral to the plot of the adaptation, there are no such untoward shenanigans in the original. Director Jonathan Mostow is true to the central idea — people mostly live through remotely controlled androids, when a murder disrupts the system — yet adds ingredients missing from the original. In the film, an unknown assailant destroys not only a Surrogate as in the comic , but also its human operator, thus introducing a much greater sense of danger.