Hey there! Been a bit! I got a bit too busy to keep this up and the entire space of comics was hit with a tsunami of Newsletters, so I figured I could take a step back for a second and not add to the onslaught for a bit. Now that things have settled a bit, folks have done all their subscribing, and discovered their balance, and what they can manage, I figured it was a good time to bring this back.
Considering the above stuff, I do mean for the newsletter to be shorter going forward, and a bit more spaced out in releases, as not to contribute to beating you over the head too much with the plethora of long emails that arrive all too fast, which you're likely reading on a phone. Now, that said, let's get into this.
The Difference In Forms
The art of translation is always a fascinating subject for me. Though in this particular instance, when I say translation, I don't mean your standard spoken languages. I mean translation from one Art Form to another. In this case, I'm rather taken by an example of translation from the language of Prose to the language of Film.
I am referring, of course, to Dune.