I fear we will get very quickly into a line of discussion that at Rompol we
have visited many times before: it is important that a graphic novel or a
film be ³faithful² to the book (or the reverse for that matter)...many among
us will say judge it on what it is and not on other criteria...does it ever
matter that it is faithful¹ or not...should it ever matter...
I leave it at that but I want to thank here JP for mentioning it and the
excellent link in Spanish from Gonzalo Baeza...very interesting indeed
beyond the cover of La Nuit de Fureur...
JP did you get it neuf¹ or d¹occase¹ chez Amazon-Fr???...It sounds very
good and I want to get it...
Montois de Détroit
On 7/3/08 6:15 PM, "davezeltserman" <email@example.com> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:rara-avis-l%40yahoogroups.com> ,
> jean-pierre jacquet <jacquet@...>
>> > I got the book from Amazon France and it's quite good; it belongs to
>> > those books that give you a queasy feeling, recently discussed on
>> > list, by and large thanks to the superior artwork of Miles Hyman.
>> > hero of the book is one hell of a "killer inside you".
>> > Jean-pierre jacquet
> Jean-Pierre: how faithful is this to the book?
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