Tag: book adaptations
Legends of the Force: Episode 41 – Splinter of the Mind’s Eye (Dark Horse Comic)
We return to the Legends timeline with a look at Dark Horse’s adaptation of the first Star Wars novel (that wasn’t an adaptation of the movies).
A Wrinkle In Time: Film Review
Back when I was in grade school, I read Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle In Time for the first time. I found myself drawn not only to the character of Meg – the main viewpoint character of the novel – but also, as an autistic kid, I latched onto the character of Charles Wallace as well.
Bakemonogatari: Anime Review
Bakemonogatari is my first introduction to Nisioisin and to Shaft as an anime studio. I had tried to watch the show in fansubs when it first came out, as it hadn’t been licensed, and I remember being struck by the visuals of the series and the level of visual style – I could tell that
Anime Video Review: Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Well, I’ve reviewed all of the Legend of the Galactic Heroes novels, so now it’s time to review the OVA series.
The Sentinel (1977): Film (Video) Review
I’m following up on my review of Paperbacks From Hell, with a video review of a novel covered in that book – 1977’s The Sentinel.
Sorcerous Stabber Orphen (2019): Anime Review
By all rights, Sorcerous Stabber Orphen, at least this year’s show, should not exist. It’s an adaptation of a heroic fantasy light novel that not only isn’t an isekai, but is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary. That said, I’m glad it does.
Legends of the Force Part 35: The Thrawn Trilogy Comic Adaptations
This month I’m taking a look at the Dark Horse Comics adaptations of the original Thrawn trilogy.