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    Robota

    Doug Chaing and Orson Scott Cards' Illustrated story is supposed to be out this October..
    http://www.dchiang.com/dchiang_flash.html

    but Amazon.com has 3 copies already... I aready placed my order! ... !!!! *brain anurizm* !!!

    why does mail have to take so long...

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    Woha Orson Scott Card is in on that?

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    indeed he is : ) ... but he better get crackin' on that Ender's game movie!

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    huh...I thoguht that was out already since they were selling it at the San Diego Comic convention...
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    i want it! i want it! i want it! i want it!
    looks so cool...i need to get me hands in some money to buy it...i should go ravage the countryside...
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    Personaly i think they have a high chance of ruining Ender's Game as a movie...


    I checked out the site again sammy...where does it say orson scott card is working on it?
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    I agree Pencil Soldier, when you think about it.. child actors.. big budget businesses... It's gonna be a challenging undertaking... if they pull it off it'll be great..
    reguardless it'll rule to see them bouncing around the anti-grav rome playin' tag!

    it sais in the credits.. and on the book.. if you watch the animated trailor of it.. the credits pop up and you'll see Orson's name

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    I think Orson scott wrote the screenlay for the Ender's Game movie, or at least he said on his site that it was a really good take on the book.
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    Yea he wrote the screanplay.. I trust him to write a good one..
    he said it was a mix between Ender's Game and Ender's Shadow..
    so the movie will have a lot of focus on Bean too.. which is good by me.. as long as they get a good kid to play Bean

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    Haley Joel Osment!...no

    i was so disappointed that the robota trailer was just a commercial for the book (which im so gonna get). it was everything i wanted a movie to look like.
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    I have Robota, picked it up at the San Diego Comic con. Got it signed! Its really cool.
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    I recently picked it up in Seattle, neat stuff but man, sometimes those concept/transportation guys just dont have the touch when it comes to the human figure/face... I was surprised.
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    I just got it in.. man it's so much larger/better than I'd thought.. I gotta sit down and read it!

    I do wish it had more of Chaing's sketches in it, those are my favs!

    JkooXL - I do so agree, altho the portriats were nicely done.. us vehickle/tech guys have a hard time with human forms.. two different worlds..
    I try and practice, but my peeps never get any better.

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