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2.6 million euros for a copy of Dune to free the rights, but ...

TOPICS: Alejandro Jodorowsky, copyright, Dune, Spice DAO, theallineed

Spice DAO is a crypto group that has acquired one of the original copies of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ‘Dune’ book (also known as the Dune Bible), for €2.66 million, and aims to make Jodorowsky’s book public (as far as the law allows), produce an animated series and sell the rights to some streaming service. 6 palabras más

JAF 34's Film and Music Video for “EMPTY” Charts the Contours and Internally Corrosive Impacts of The Rat Race of Late Capitalism

Think of the new album video by JAF 34 “EMPTY” as something of a short cosmic thriller and science fiction film with obvious nods to… 309 palabras más

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Review: The Metabarons, by Jodorowsky & Gimenez

After reading this book, I am now a paleo-meta-warrior with the techno-techno to fly space-whales.

If you are familiar with Jodorowsky and Moebius’s The Incal… 930 palabras más

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Review: Before the Incal, by Jodorowsky & Janjetov

8.5/10

Before the Incal (1988-’95) is a prequel to Jodorowsky & Moebius’s famous and stunning graphic novel The Incal, and as always the case with prequels, they are made with the expectation that you already know what happened in the earlier published material. 785 palabras más

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Villeneuve's Dune: review

Image: Peter Lik

Dune was first labelled «unfilmable» in the age of the Hollywood blockbuster.

It’s too sprawling and detailed to ever fit inside 121 minutes run time. 470 palabras más

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Taika Waititi’s adaptation of The Incal is further proof that comic book artists deserve equal credit

Last week, the news dropped that Taika Waititi had signed on to co-write and direct an adaptation of The Incal, the acclaimed French sci-fi comic book series created by writer/artist team Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius. 1.290 palabras más

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Taika Waititi To Turn Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Graphic Novel ‘The Incal’ Into A Feature Film

Before Dune’s recent success, the first attempt to make a feature film version of the Frank Herbert novel goes back to the 1970s with Chilean-French director Alejandro Jodorowsky. 232 palabras más

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