Crystal Ball: Super Spies, Killer Doctors And More – 10 Comics That NEED To Be Made Into TV Shows

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Because we can all agree we need MORE comics-related TV shows, right?

I think we can all agree there’s never been a better time to be a fan of comics and TV, given the sheer number of small screen adaptations featuring our favourite characters and stories on offer.

Still, you can never have too much of a good thing, so with that in mind, here’s 10 more comics network executives should definitely consider drawing upon for their next big budget TV show!

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Crystal Ball: Super Spies, Killer Doctors And More – 10 Comics That NEED To Be Made Into TV Shows

Here’s Looking At You: Fiona Staples

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Fiona Staples is one of many women proving comic books are more than just a “boys club” [IMAGE CREDIT: © Luigi Novi / Wikimedia Commons]
Today is International Women’s Day, which means there’s no better time to shine the spotlight on a female pop culture creator in this month’s Here’s Looking At You profile.

Once again, we’re going to return to the world of comics, this time to highlight the brilliance of Fiona Staples, a phenomenal artist who has broken through the “boys club” culture of the industry in order to rise to the very top of her field.

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Here’s Looking At You: Fiona Staples

Review: Saga – Volume 1

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Seriously, you guys – it’s just THAT good…

For the aspiring comic book creator, Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples is equal parts inspiring and intimidating. The moment you finish the first chapter, you immediately find yourself sitting down to write or draw something that aims to be every bit as unique and artistically accomplished, even as you are simultaneously crippled with terror by the thought that you’ll never succeed at making anything even a fraction as good.

Yes, make no mistake: the universal acclaim Saga has received from critics and fans alike, and the many awards its won are all very well deserved: it’s easily one of the best comics created in the last decade, and those wondering where they should start in the vast sea that is comics could do a lot worse than dipping their toes in the water with Saga.

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Review: Saga – Volume 1