The 12 best books we don't understand that weren't adapted for cinema |  Tobito

The 12 best books we don’t understand that weren’t adapted for cinema | Tobito

Film and television are often inspired by novels, comics, and other literary works to depict a pre-existing story. It can work well, even when the mods change a lot of things and sometimes also give a big crap that readers talk about, shouting “Yeah the book was really better” while tossing a bucket of popcorn at the screen. In short, today we decided to talk about several works that we do not understand why they are not adapted at all.

1. LASASIN ROYAL

Epic is considered one of the best genres of medieval fantasy with a large number of books and a complex universe. However, despite selling millions of copies worldwide, there is no movie or series, while the genre has been popular for a few years thanks to (among other things) the series Game of thrones or the magician.

2. Epic Bourbon Kid

It has been ten books about brothels, and there is still no news of the quote of the Santa Montega story, which is slowly starting to explode, they say. Especially since the rights were bought several years ago, so it was time to make a series on them.

3. Dawn of Time

Why hasn’t anyone adapted this Barjavel masterpiece yet when the story is great and there’s clearly enough to make a silly movie? No idea, but a good script from our country can not be rejected, but no, French productions prefer to make five films What the hell have we done.

4. The cycle of the gods

Good Bernard Werber that shows us the gods go to school to literally learn how to run civilization by making sure not everyone dies. It’s well thought out and would make a good trio, so feel free to the producers.

5. Mountains of Madness

And why not a (real) movie inspired by Lovecraft’s writing, because it can give something real scary, attractive and interesting. There are plenty of works inspired by it however there is still no real dark and disturbing adaptation of this great bastard of Cthulhu.

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6. Blacksad

A good dark comic book with a really neat cat detective would surely make an excellent animated movie, no doubt about that because the universe is fantastic, the characters are elegant and the story is really gripping (especially the first and second volumes).

7. Elric . cycle

This is epicheroic fantasy Literally inspired by The Witcher yet it doesn’t get much exposure. The hero is very elegant, has a complex story, and his adventures deserve a good series that will be epic and engaging.

8. Via Metropolitan

A must-read and urgently edited comic, with a major journalistic character in the cyberpunk world. It’s funny, poignant, shocking, and it’s a good critique of the United States and the political system. In short, it would be a great thing.

9. Epic Whisper

This famous epic by Donato Carisi, which includes four novels, could make an excellent series or four films. We follow Mila Vasquez, a detective who tracks down a creepy killer among several seemingly related cases. I recommend it to you. There’s even a trailer for a book, a concept I’ve never seen before.

10. Giving is the body

A post-apocalyptic world where animals have disappeared and where men legalize cannibalism. it’s very green sun But it is much more exciting and bloody and can give a very good trivia series for adults.

11. Tailwind Rally

Even if we do not have the second part of the diptych, we can already adapt this first part, perhaps motivating the author to do the second volume (sivouplé). Either way, it will definitely be a great movie.

12. Myths

All the fairy tale characters you know live in New York after escaping from their magical world and trying to adapt to human life. It’s a really great comedy that could make for a great series, even in animation (which was planned and then canceled).


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