If your work got adapted into another media...:

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1 Zolnier21st Oct 2010 05:05:06 AM from A suspiciously dull shop
The Odd Lad
What would you want it to be? I always like to think of Saint Cyprian's as a tv miniseries, since tv miniseries I personally think is what Australian media does best.
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2 MajorTom21st Oct 2010 07:30:00 AM , Relationship Status: Barbecuing
Eye'm the cutest!
Video game series (as Endless Conflict originally was planned to be) or alternatively an OVA/OAV/Otherwise Animated TV miniseries. I couldn't see it done as a live action TV show or miniseries because stylistically it would have several things lacking that it cannot do that literary or animated format would have to begin with.

edited 21st Oct '10 7:30:37 AM by MajorTom

"Allah may guide their bullets, but Jesus helps those who aim down the sights."
I've pondered what my stories would be like if they got converted to a movie or TV show. I'd probably be very bossy in insisting they didn't ruin in, since they'd want to ram in some romantic subplot or a Black Best Friend.

edited 21st Oct '10 7:51:03 AM by Ettina

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4 Nomic21st Oct 2010 09:33:32 AM from beyond the Void
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An animation. Infact, I've always thought it would work better as an animation, but I am even worse at animating than I am at drawing.
5 Lasty21st Oct 2010 12:11:05 PM from Auld Lang Syne
Definitely an animated series, though I think a game in the same vein as Legend of Mana (EVERYTHING IS SIDEQUESTS) would work well too.

edited 21st Oct '10 3:45:34 PM by Lasty

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6 MrAHR21st Oct 2010 12:12:26 PM from ಠ_ಠ , Relationship Status: A cockroach, nothing can kill it.
Ahr river
An animated tv series would be pretty cool.
7 Edmania21st Oct 2010 12:34:20 PM from under a pile of erasers
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Space hobo
Either a cartoon or a videogame. I'd shit myself with excitement at the latter.
Not a Dong
Basically what Nomica said more or less.

Currently it's on the developtment hell side of becoming a comic/manga/graphic novel what have you so yeah.
Moronic, pretentious fan
Both my current work and the next one I have planned are easily most suited to live action TV.
Because I choose to.
11 FurikoMaru21st Oct 2010 02:45:47 PM from The Arrogant Wasteland , Relationship Status: He makes me feel like I have a heart
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My guide to three-act structure was Lew Hunter's Screenwriting 434, so I'd say film or television serial, preferably animated. Even if Hunter is a painfully conventional writer.

12 Tre21st Oct 2010 09:26:56 PM from inside your radio , Relationship Status: Singularity
Stuck as a trilogy by DreamWorks would be amazing, if it were done to their highest potential. They certainly have the humor aspect covered, and if How to Train Your Dragon was anything to go by, they'd be able to handle the eventual transition into an action-drama with enough laughs to keep the mood somewhat idealistic, just like how the book (hopefully) will once I finish it.
13 OOZE21st Oct 2010 09:52:53 PM from Transsexual,Transylvania
Don't feed the plants!
Live action movie.
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15 DrFurball21st Oct 2010 11:09:44 PM from The House of the Rising Sun , Relationship Status: Tongue-tied
Two-bit blockhead
It's a comic book with a cartoony art style, so I think it'd definitely be best as an Animated TV Series, since it's too episodic for a movie. A Jazzy soundtrack, sound effects appearing onscreen (like in Courage the Cowardly Dog or the Scott Pilgrim movie)...it'd be a wacky series aimed at teens. I'd watch it.
16 JewelyJ22nd Oct 2010 07:49:15 AM from A state in the USA
An anime. I ALWAYS like to imagine it as an anime or an animated series on CN's Adult Swim.
17 FurikoMaru22nd Oct 2010 12:25:37 PM from The Arrogant Wasteland , Relationship Status: He makes me feel like I have a heart
Reverse the Curse
Also, it's medium. Media's the plural.

18 Rainbow23rd Oct 2010 07:37:16 PM , Relationship Status: Puppy love
For my stories it depends on the medium the original work was in (or was adapted in). I imagine my Sailor Moon fanfiction as being animated in Sailor Moon's art style, and the ones that are crossovers with characters from other anime would have those characters be drawn in the same style as the Sailor Moon characters to be more consistent). My two main Harry Potter fanfics are different, the one that is only a Harry Potter story I would imagine being live-action, while the Harry Potter/Sailor Moon crossover I would imagine being a Sailor Moon-style cartoon.

Since most of my stories are written in a format where chapters are like TV episodes (especially my Sailor Moon stories), I would imagine my stories being TV shows or OAVs instead of full-length movies.

edited 23rd Oct '10 7:41:19 PM by Rainbow

19 Bananaquit28th Oct 2010 01:46:30 AM from The Dariťn Gap , Relationship Status: THIS CONCEPT OF 'WUV' CONFUSES AND INFURIATES US!
A chub from the Grant Corporation
Though thereís some obvious cartoony gags in Marblehead Manor, I conceived it as a live action TV series. Iím a writer, not an artist, and I worry about doing it as an animated show, that it will get diluted and become someone elseís vision. Then again, the final episode of the story arc Iím working on does feature an animated scene.
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Land of Tea and Biscuits
My works would look good as a film series or TV show...they'd probably ruin it with a crappy catchphrase or something, though.
"In life, unlike chess, the game continues after checkmate."
~Isaac Asimov
21 MadassAlex28th Oct 2010 03:15:16 AM from the Middle Ages.
I am vexed!
A video game would be pretty neat, although it'd be almost impossible to do well because of the genre mashup that would ensue.
God rules!
Live-action movie.
"Jesus is always the answer."
- People who drift off in Sunday School.
Probably a graphic novel or an eragon-type movie (where they get the plot completely backwards and summarize everyhting)
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24 Pinata29th Oct 2010 09:52:30 AM from on your ceiling
I'd prefer either a comic-book series or an HBO series/mini-series (it has to be HBO, too much censorship on the big screen or elsewhere on the small screen). I'd take an M-rated video game too though, if someone wanted to make one. Just so long as they keep in most of the blood and sex, I'm okay with whatever they want to do to my work.
No breasts/scrotum on that last post. Shit just got real. -Bobby G
A David Lynch film.

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