Monthly Round-Up – October 2019

Here’s a round-up of the blog posts you might have missed in October, handily grouped by the website on which they appeared:


  • Remember the Comics Code Authority? Here’s a round-up of the craziest rules that this now-defunct body made creators follow when telling stories (click here)

Screen Rant

  • Before the Watchmen HBO series, there was Zack Snyder’s big screen version; while arguably the most faithful comic book adaptation of all time, as this list illustrates, it still takes major liberties with the source material (click here)
  • Everybody (including me) likes to beat-up on the Star Wars: Special Edition re-releases, even though – as shown in this list – at least some of the changes it made to the original movies weren’t half bad (click here)
  • Kylo Ren is a polarizing figure: some fans think he’s the best Star Wars villain ever, others have written him off as a wannabe Darth Vader; this list shows why they’re both right (click here)
  • The Star Wars saga boasts a treasure trove of incredible deleted scenes, however you won’t believe how amazing these unfilmed moments would have been! (click here)
  • The His Dark Materials BBC/HBO TV series has finally arrived; this list highlights all of the key elements from Philip Pullman’s beloved novels that need to be included for the show to succeed (click here)
  • With Terminator: Dark Fate currently under-performing at the box office, this list weighs up whether or not it’s time the long-running sci-fi/action franchise was, well…terminated (click here)

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