22 November 2016: Today’s crime fiction links … and more

Posted: November 22, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Movie review: Batman: The Killing JokeThe Joker, the clown prince of crime, is arguably one of the most iconic villains to come on stage in comic book history and he returns to the big screen with the animated adaptation batman-the-killing-joke-screenshotof Alan Moore’s famous graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke.

Want to Succeed at Self-Publishing? Don’t Be Discouraged: Tips from an Indie AuthorIndie author Ben Batchelder – who describes writing as his fourth (and final) career – says that he didn’t write his second book. Rather, To Belém & Back “first wrote me.”

Ben Wheatley, Tom Hiddleston Eyeing Frank Miller’s ‘Hard Boiled’ at Warner Bros.Ben Wheatley is gearing up for his first major studio project with an adaptation of Frank Miller and Geof Darrow‘s Hard Boiled. Deadline reports that Warner Bros. is in negotiations to acquire the rights to the Eisner Award-winning graphic novel for Wheatley to adapt and direct as an action vehicle for his High Rise star Tom Hiddleston.

 

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