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Submitted by digitalnoob 445d ago | opinion piece

Comic Countdown #55: From Page To Screen

DigitalNoob's Russ Pirozek writes:

"It’s that time again! Another week for ten more comic book series put into a list format, and this week will focus on comic books becoming television shows. Many comic books are focused on becoming major films, following in the footsteps of the Marvel and DC blockbusters that have hit theaters and made millions. Some books aren’t fit for just a two to three hour movie, but more along the lines of several episodic pieces, perhaps over the span of several years. With that being said, there are ten major franchises that could be run as prime time television shows. With the success of shows such as The Walking Dead, many comics are getting another look at becoming a television show. Here are ten choices that could be in the minds of television executives:" (Culture)

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