Returning to the Source

TweetA review of a recent science-fiction video game included the following comment about a classic novel that we’re into around here. 😉  (Thank you, Scott Tracy Griffin, for sharing your […]

Solutions for the Fading Cinema Experience – More Barsoom! ;-)

TweetAn online discussion about the business aspects of Hollywood yielded the following link: http://www.mpaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/MPAA-Theatrical-Market-Statistics-2014.pdf I found it to be a cool resource. From it, I gather that over fifty percent […]

Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Legacy of Mars

TweetWhat is required for an idea to flourish and change the destiny of a person, a society, or a species?  For a case study, we need look no further than a neighboring planet in our solar […]

Marketing the Legacy of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars

TweetThe trick with including the legacy of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars books in the marketing of a John Carter/Barsoom reboot is to inform people about the legacy in a way that creates […]

John Carter of the Round Table by Abraham Sherman

TweetFROM THE ARCHIVES: A while back I took a closer look at Disney’s “John Carter” through the lens of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ original novel, with an eye toward a reboot.  […]