Blade Runner Comic Book – Part 2

Posted: December 20, 2012 in cinema, comics, movies
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“AND IF THE MACHINE DOESN’T WORK?”

To see the Part 1 of this post, please click here.

Blade-Runner

Marvel Comics Super Special: Blade Runner is the comic book adaptation of the film “Blade Runner”, published by Marvel Comics in 1982. It was written by Archie Goodwin with art by Al Williamson, Carlos Garzon with Dan Green and Ralph Reese.

Enjoy.

Part 2.

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DOWNLOAD THE BLADE RUNNER SCRIPTS:
CLICK ON THE LINKS TO DOWNLOAD THE RESPECTIVE SCRIPTS IN A WORD OFFICE DOCUMENT:

Hampton Fancher worked for years to get his screenplay taken on. However, even after it was funded and Ridley Scott had accepted the role of Director, the process of rewriting the Blade Runner script still continued for a year. There are two earlier versions of Blade Runner scripts commonly available:

1. HAMPTON FANCHER ORIGINAL SCRIPT – 1980:

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2. HAMPTON FANCHER & DAVID PEOPLES SCRIPT – 1981:

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Elements of various versions of the scripts were finally combined to create the final shooting script and of course, during filming, they diverged from even that. Therefore the film itself differs considerably from earlier scripts.

3. FINAL MULTI-SCRIPT – 1982:

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