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Adaptive Organism: John W. Campbell’s “Who Goes There?”, Howard Hawks’ “The Thing from Another World” and John Carpenter’s “The Thing”
In August 1938, Astounding Science-Fiction published a novella by John W. Campbell (then using his pen name, Don A. Stuart) about Antarctic researchers that discover a frozen alien ship and it’s pilot; a monster that assumes the shape and personality […]
The Game of Thrones television series is meant to quicken the pace to which the viewer follows the Game of Thrones storyline from the book, hence, the chessboard illustrates the momentum of television show which is much like a chess […]
See the visual part of my project here! Alfred Noyes’ poem “The Highwayman” is one of the most beloved story-poems in the English language. Originally written in 1906, it has survived intact into the present day, and has inspired numerous […]
“Who is John Galt?” This is the question which drives Ayn Rand’s most famous novel, Atlas Shrugged, forward. Atlas Shrugged is also the last novel Ayn Rand wrote, and many consider it one of the most important books in American […]
Baz Luhrmann’s film adaption of William Shakespeare’s classical play Romeo and Juliet offers a fresh outlook on a work that often does not appeal to the modern audience. Through the use of bright color, dramatic scenes with exaggerated movements, Luhrmann has […]
The Sam and Max franchise has come in many forms over the years. It has been printed as a comic, featured as an animated television series, and transformed into a point and click adventure game. The series follows the adventures […]
Triad: “Harlem Globetrotters” – > “The Super Harlem Globetrotters” (TV series) – > Harlem Globetrotters Guest Appearance on “Man Vs. Food Nation: Harlem”.
Note: Download file provided in replies. Few names are as recognizable in exhibition basketball in America as the Harlem Globetrotters. Founded in 1927, the unique combination of physical comedy and athletic skill on the team made them a spectacle that […]
http://prezi.com/kbehovzgvueu/coheed-and-cambria-triad/ Coheed and Cambria, a band from New York, that formed in 1995 made an extraordinary move in the word of adaptation. The band’s music is tightly connected to the comic book series created by lead singer Claudio Sanchez. But […]
Will McCarry Adaptation Final Project 5/4/12 Scott Pilgrim vs. The Textual Triad Bryan Lee O’Malley’s successful comic series, Scott Pilgrim, represents the pinnacle of adaptation. Already the character has been featured in video games, movies and cartoons and there […]