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Did You or Would You Make Your Drunk Duck story into a film
Pulse at 10:26AM, Jan. 27, 2008
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I think my comic Positve would do better as a tv show on cartoon network or something.
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Warpedwenger at 10:36AM, Jan. 27, 2008
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NO! Never live action! A live action Wakon Yosai would be horrible. I would sell my soul to do an animated series though!
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Drasnus at 11:55AM, Jan. 27, 2008
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I can and would.

I might even make a short cartoon sometime. If I can find someone willing to voice a Spanish stick figure.
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cartoonprofessor at 2:12AM, Jan. 28, 2008
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Right from the start I've planned on animating Min n Fin down the track.
(Studied Film at Uni)
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ozoneocean at 2:28AM, Jan. 28, 2008
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Mine would make a great youtube video that only 5 people would watch
Pffft, been there

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Vakanai at 8:06AM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Jumping on the sell out bandwagon here, I'd so let Hollywood take a crack at it.
Hell, I'm influenced pretty heavily by movies anyways. The whole Camelot slaughter scene in Rumbles is basically a pyschotic version of Army of Darkness.
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LoveandGuns at 9:22AM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Nah, I wouldn't do it. Or at least I wouldn't go out and make an animated film or cartoon series. I would, however, love to make an actually graphic novel based on my web-comic. I don't have the skills or experience to do so, so meh.
K.A.L.A-dan! Ill Girl *coughs*
The Official Mother/Therapist of KALA-dan!
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shaneronzio at 9:43AM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Did You or Would You Make Your Drunk Duck story into a film

Actually, waaay back in 2005 I finished a film that I made…extremely low budget.

I have it up on you tube, yes I think maybe 5 or 10 people have watched it.
I know at least one person went through and gave it a poor rating hahaha…
I set out to make a sci fi B movie…the kind that you would see in the 60s and 70s
I was inspired by the Roger Corman B movies.
I just wanted to set out and make a film…well, I did it.
94 minutes of bad acting…no budget and weird sci fi goodness.
I started the Cross Worlds Nexxus as a side project until I got the upgrades I needed to make another B movie and I have just really stuck with doing the web comic.
(I need to find a reliable video transfer unit!)
If you ever check out my work, you will see that it is not done like a NORMAL web comic (just want to mention —web comics are a living medium, I don't think they will have the boundaries like print has)…
with CROSS WORLDS NEXXUS each page is set up like a story board.
this is so when the web comic is transferred into a film, the whole thing is ready to go.
I plan on even useing some of the original backgrounds.

also, I save the original multi layer files so if I decide to do animation will be easier.

if all else fails, I can make my own version of sea lab 2021 someday

Updates Monday, Wenzday & FRIDAY
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albone at 10:08AM, Jan. 30, 2008
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I think a live action movie would work, but I think Rival Angels would be best suited as a adult swim animation. Maybe even HBO. We can dream right?
You are part of the rebel alliance and a traitor!
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TheMidge28 at 10:25AM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Heck yes I would love to see as a movie, but I think it would play better as an ongoing TV show like Lost. And it would be live action with CGI and makeup effects of course.
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Poke Alster at 11:08AM, Jan. 30, 2008
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I like mine as it is, i wouldnt like it in a animation or film or whatever, i'm happy the way it is
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spacehamster at 12:58PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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I like to play the “who would you cast to play your characters” game as much as the next guy, but honestly… no way. The only way Bulletproof could be done would be as a kazillion-dollar production because of all the CGI necessary, which would make it necessary to hand the keys to it over to some big-time Hollywood studio, and I'm way too protective of my babies to do that.

I also don't think turning a comic into a movie is “taking it to the next level”. I'm not accusing anyone of anything, but phrasing it like that, to me, implies that comics are somehow beneath movies, a substandard version of the same thing, which they are NOT. Comics is a completely different medium with its own merits and shortcomings.

A big one among the merits being that some yahoo like me can make something that, as a movie, would cost the gross national product of a small country. Or the fact that spandex magically hides genitalia in comics.
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kyupol at 1:30PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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There isnt gonna be much CGI in MAG-ISA if ever its a live action movie. A moderate budget would do it.

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