Here at BW Media Spotlight I use articles, comics, and (when I get the chance) videos to examine storytelling. Trying to use more than one medium to tell a canon story (most licensed works are not canon or at least not integrated with the show) is hard work. There are a lot of elements, which is why few TV shows have tried, although some have, even letting game players affect a story’s outcome. So kudos to Jon Chad, who put together an original graphic novel that also utilizes other media in it’s story. I just hope it’s a good story.
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