Tarantino returns to the big screen with this western (or more appropriately Southern) about a freed slave, Django, and a dentist/bounty hunter who attempt to rescue Django’s wife from the nefarious plantation owner Calvin Candie. HAs QT hit the mark, or is it just a bloody mess? More After the Jump >>
Adapting pre-existing properties into comics has always been a bit of a challenge. Sometimes it works, like with IDW’s Godzilla: Half Century War. Other times it fails miserably, like with IDW’s Mars Attacks: The Holidays. The problems can often occur in the process of trying to remain faithful to the source material while still still delivering an original story. Well Django Unchained avoids that problem completely by directly adapting the first draft of Quentin Tarantino’s new movie by the same name. Does movie script adapt well to comic format? Find out, after the jump.
Are you excited for the release of Django Unchained next week? Of course you are. Well in anticipation for Tarantino’s newest film you can rush out and pick up these figures based off of Django Unchained.
Since I started my schooling under Master Schleicher a few years ago I have started to become a Tarantino fan, enough so that I would watch any of his films without a hesitation. Now if you throw DiCaprio into the mix of a Tarantino film I’m not just there opening night, I’m running to the theater. All of that to say “a new poster for Django Unchained has been released and it makes me more excited.” Full sized image after the jump.