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B&N Week 163: How Often Do You Adapt Other Stories To Comics?


Itís another Tuesday! Weíve got some gentle rain currently falling in Tucson, and while it isnít typically our rainy season, Iíll take it. [It was just 80 degrees last week, folks. Go figure.] Anyway, letís get into some Bolts & Nuts, shall we?

This weekís question is simple: how often do you adapt other stories to comics?

Well, now, this one isnít as straightforward as it sounds. Iím going to do a bit of backtracking for a moment, show my age, prove that Iím a heterosexual male, and a comic geek, and a lover of film all at once. And Iím going to prove it by asking a simple question.

Did you know the movie Barb Wire is really just Casablanca?

Of course, this was when Pamela Anderson still had a career and was a sex symbol, and when the ďbad girlĒ craze was going on, but make no mistake, the film adaptation of the Barb Wire property is nothing more than a terrible, sexed up, wannabe action reimagining of the movie classic, Casablanca.

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