The Very Best Indie Comics Adapted for Television or Film

The first comic book is believed to have been created by Rodolphe Topffer back in 1827. Since then, there have been many numerous comics that have been published in books, newspapers, and magazines. Moreover, some comic books have been adapted into different films and movies. Although Marvel and DC comics are widely used in movies and online pokies in AU, there are other highly acclaimed indie comics that have offered many of the best storylines.

 

So, here are the most notable movies that were inspired by comics.

 

Snowpiercer

The original Snowpiercer was published in French as Le Transperceneige by Casterman company. It was not until in 2014 that the English version was released. Before the English copy was released, the Academy Award-winning director, Bong Joo-Ho had directed a film inspired by this graphic novel. It is a nice film with several sequels that will keep you thrilled.

 

Ghost World

Ghost World was published as a standalone graphic novel in 1997. Five years down the line, the cult classic story was adapted into a film that attracted many viewers. It starred Scarlette Johanssen and Thora Birch, among others. Although the Ghost World film did not bring a lot of commercial success, it is still worth watching.

 

The Mask

The first work of renowned author Doug Mahnke and illustrator John Arcudi was published by Dark Horse Comics in 1991. The series featured three volumes dubbed, The Mask, The Mask Returns, and The Mask Strikes Back. Due to its exciting storyline, the comic was adapted in a film in 1991. The story features Jim Carrey whose life changes after finding the titular supernatural mask.

 

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

Bryan Lee O’Malley is a Canadian author and illustrator that published his first work – Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Life, in August 2004. His comic series closed in 2010, just before it was adapted in a film. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World film has one of the most accurate storylines compared to other classic comic series.

 

Blue is the Warmest Color

The graphic novel, Le Bleu est Une Couleur Chaude was written by Julie Maroh and published in 2010. It received its English version; Blue is the Warmest Color in 2013 which received very many positive reviews. The exciting thing about the film is that it incorporated source details, making it both breaking and heart-wrenching.

 

30 Days of Night

The horror graphic novel series of Steve Nile – 30 Days of Night – were published in 2003. Although they did not receive much recognition, they went viral after they were adapted in the film in 2007. The film became a success and still loved by many vampire lovers to this day.

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