Experts on storytelling in film, comics, and other media, as well as generally nerdy people, gather their forces to bring you podcasts on films adapted from other media. Featuring James Janowsky, screenwriter and screenwriting instructor at www.ScreenExperience.com, Skid Maher, a founding member of the Glass Cannon Network of Podcasts (check out the Glass Cannon Podcast, it’s amazing), Andy Schmidt (comics and video game writer, IP developer and founder of ComicsExperience.com).
We’ll give you our source material we’re drawing from, and then we’ll discuss the films in question. Occasionally, we’ll have interviews with comic creators, novelists, video game professionals, as well as screenwriters and directors.
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Skid and Andy tackle the adaptation of “The New Teen Titans” into the new film “Teen Titans Go to the Movies” from Warner Bros. animation. In many ways, the film is a huge departure from the source material, but Skid and Andy do dive into how the departure isn’t as big as you might first think.
Also, they laugh a lot as the film is really great….
We miss James this episode and wish him safe travels!
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James, Skid, and Andy review the effects of delving into established continuity in the film SOLO. They tackle the following questions: This film plays with structure more than any previous STAR WARS film, how does that play against our expectations? This is the first STAR WARS film not to use the Force in a meaningful […]
Our hosts Andy, James, and Skid tackle DEADPOOL 2 in this episode, focusing on how the Deadpool films function in relation to the other X-MEN franchise films, the adaptation of the individual characters from the comics to the screen, and seeds of the stories used for the hit-sequel. Please join us, leave a review, rate […]
It’s finally here, the wait is over, and the opening weekend was massive. It’s the biggest Marvel film to date and Avengers: Infinity War is showing no signs of slowing down! James, Skid and Andy discuss the film and it’s source material “Thanos Quest,” “The Infinity Gauntlet,” and “Thanos Rising” and how this film compares […]
With the biggest Marvel film to date opening this week, our team decided to tackle the most important elements going into Avengers: Infinity War! In part 2, James, Skid and Andy discuss “Captain America: Civil War,” its source material in the comics, and its possible role as it relates to Avengers: Infinity War!
With the biggest Marvel film to date opening this week, our team decided to tackle the most important elements going into Avengers: Infinity War! In part 1, James, Skid and Andy discuss “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” its source material, and its possible role as it relates to Avengers: Infinity War!