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This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Anonymous 7 years ago.

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  • #40752

    Anonymous

    I’ve never read the graphic novel…but I intend to now.

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    Looks fab!

    #102696

    Anonymous

    It certainly does, you will not be disappointed by the graphic novel either. The only drawn medium to win the Hugo.

    #102717

    Anonymous

    Apparently, Alan Moore, the guy who wrote the graphic novel won’t speak to the makers of the film. It’s understandable, seeing as Hollywood made such a mess of From Hell, League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and V For Vendetta.

    #102721

    Anonymous

    "From Hell, League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and V For Vendetta."

    Nhoj loves those films.

    #102725

    Anonymous
    &quot;Dr Hula Hoop&quot;:68vk17jf wrote:
    "From Hell, League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and V For Vendetta."

    Nhoj loves those films.
    [/quote:68vk17jf]

    Me, too. Have all those in my collection. I would add "300" and "Sin City" to that list.

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