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Brian K Vaughan

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    Why Great Comic Books Like 'Jessica Jones' and 'Y the Last Man' Belong on TV, Not Film

    If you're going to adapt comics for the screen, television is the perfect platform.

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    Brian K. Vaughn Exits 'Under the Dome,' But Thanks to Amazon, The Characters Are Still Trapped

    Why does one writer leaving CBS's sophomore series matter? It has to do with endgames and financing deals.

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    New Line Cinema Finally Getting Closer To Bringing 'Y The Last Man' To The Big Screen

    While it's been in development for almost a decade (it was being developed by David S. Goyer, before he embarked on Christopher Nolan's Batman saga), it looks like there's finally some traction gaining on a big-screen adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's influential and unbelievably brill...

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    New Line Hire 'Zorro' Reboot Writers Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia To Take Another Stab At Adapting 'Y: The Last Man'

    Graphic novel fans got a bit of a treat this week with "Saga," which marks the return to monthly comics for Brian K. Vaughan, one of the medium's most acclaimed talents of the past few years. The writer has come to fame over the last decade or so from creating award-winning works like ...

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