Price Everett | Lifestyle Writer
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Animation continues to be the most common way of adapting comic-based properties.
“Justice League” premiered this past Friday, November 17th. Featuring the team up of the biggest DC Comics heroes, like Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Mamoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) teaming up to fight an external threat. The production of the film has been dramatic to say the least.
Animation has become a predominant form of telling stories, with major studios like the Walt Disney Company starting as an animation studio.
The system itself, being a small replica of the original, has a very nostalgic look and feel to it. Nostalgia is the key factor in a legacy-style console like the Super NES Classic.
As technology progressed, with sound coming to film and the introduction of the television, comic adaptations changed with it.
The show follows the exploits of two FBI agents in the 1970s who are trying to delve deeper into the psyches of deranged killers to understand how to stop these kinds of criminals in the future by developing the technique of profiling.
To understand how comics moved from the page to the screen we must go through the long and interesting history. Part I of this series will focus on how comic books invaded the radio.
Warner Bros. Picture and New Line Cinema are bringing a part two of the horror surprise of the year, “IT.”
Justice League premiers later this year on November 17, 2017.