Tie-ins and Spin-offs discussion


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message 1: by Lee (new)

Lee Emerick (leeemerick) | 1 comments Looks like I'm the first so Hello!
My name is Lee and I have a geek inside me screaming to get out.
I'm an author and my work is influenced by what I have seen and read.

message 2: by Lnben (new)

Lnben | 1 comments And I am the second. The destruction of a great story when it goes from words to movie is biggest beef I have with tie-ins.

message 3: by Jonathan (new)

Jonathan Culver (wordsasbombs) | 1 comments So...anyone here read the warhammer 40k novels? I love that universe but could never afford to play the tabletop game, so I've long considered reading the novels.

message 4: by Tim (new)

Tim (thanksforallthefish) I grew up reading lots of novelizations of films and a lot of tie-ins. I still have my hardcover book club edition(from 1976) of Star Wars, my hardcover of Splinter of the Mind's Eye, and the paperback boxed set of Brian Daley's Han Solo trilogy. Anyone have the original Lando trilogy paperbacks from '83?

message 5: by Bobby (new)

Bobby (noblerthanwork) | 1 comments Video game tie-ins are one of my guiltiest pleasures. I have to hide it from both gamer and book friends alike, but I will always keep a special place in my heart for expanded universes.

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