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Comics and Graphic Novels / Re: Gunnerkrigg Court
« Last post by Crystle on February 05, 2016, 03:26:41 PM »
FRIENDSHIP!

What a delight.
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Comics and Graphic Novels / Re: Gunnerkrigg Court
« Last post by wherewulf on February 05, 2016, 12:53:26 PM »
Paz and Rey.  Oh gosh.  :D  Beautiful.
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Books and Literature / Re: Rebel Genius by Michael Dante DiMartino
« Last post by Fenix on February 04, 2016, 10:25:01 PM »
Sounds kinda odd. Of course so  Bryan's graphic novel in a way.
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Books and Literature / Re: Rebel Genius by Michael Dante DiMartino
« Last post by Free_Spirit on February 04, 2016, 10:01:23 PM »
There are these bird-like creatures that help artists called Geniuses. In the world of Rebel Genius, apparently it's illegal to have one of these creatures and to be an artist. There are those who rebel against this law.
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Books and Literature / Re: Rebel Genius by Michael Dante DiMartino
« Last post by Fenix on February 04, 2016, 09:38:53 PM »
I skimmed, so what is it about exactly?
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Books and Literature / Rebel Genius by Michael Dante DiMartino
« Last post by Free_Spirit on February 04, 2016, 09:02:05 PM »
I just found this article on Bryan Konietzko's Tumblr page today, and it talks about Mike's novel Rebel Genius.It will come out this October, and the article has an excerpt from it. :)

http://www.ew.com/article/2016/02/04/michael-dimartino-rebel-genius

The cover is there,too! Personally, while I find Mike's writing and story idea to be very good, I'm really more interested in Bryan's graphic novel series Threadworlds (2017).

Discuss! :)
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He is definitely great.
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Sir Ian is the ultimate actor. In his actual quote, there's a hint of all-too-human bitterness encompassed by a great amount of class.
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Interesting, he didn't even really consider it.
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Here I sit thinking Sir Ian Mckellen would have made a fantastic Dumbledore after Harris passed away, but that's also fairly typecasty of me because GANDALF and it never would have happened. Heh.

But I did prefer Harris as Dumbledore. It just felt right. Gambon didn't even strike me as Dumbledore until 6, which is upsetting because he did a fantastic job in HBP toning it down and being secretive and all that.

Has anybody asked Sir Ian how he might have approached the role of Dumbledore?  How he might have made him different from Gandalf?

And let me throw this in there: could you see Christopher Lee or Bernard Hill as Dumbledore?  :D

Sir Ian McKellen actually shot down any hope of him playing the role because Richard Harris despised the way Sir Ian acted. So Sir Ian thought it would be an insult to his memory if he took over the role.

http://moviepilot.com/posts/2253212
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