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Sholay: The Graphic Novel Paperback – 12 Feb 2014
Paperback, 12 Feb 2014
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Liquid Comics is a digital entertainment company focused on creating cinematic and mythic graphic novel stories with filmmakers, creators and storytellers. The company was founded by entrepreneurs, Sharad Devarajan, Gotham Chopra and Suresh Seetharaman and uses the medium of digital graphic novel publishing to develop properties for theatrical live-action films, animation and video games. Liquid has created and is creating original graphic novels with acclaimed filmmakers and talents including John Woo, Guy Ritchie, Grant Morrison, Shekhar Kapur, Deepak Chopra, Dave Stewart, Marc Guggenheim, Jonathan Mostow, Edward Burns, Nicolas Cage, John Moore, Wes Craven, Barry Sonnenfeld, Marcus Nispel and others. The Company currently has a number of film and television projects in development based on their properties.
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But the wasted pages numbering almost 20 at the end of the novel in the form of sketchbook and pin ups comes as a real spoiler. My anger and fury couldn't be vented by tearing the pages into pieces, otherwise I would have gladly done that.
Good signs, hope slowly slowly the boundaries between films and Graphic novels merge and we get to see movies on Indian Comic Heroes.
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