The Warriors: Movie Adaptation

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Language: English

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Walt Disney (1901–1966) was a significant innovator in this regard. Their visual nature can make them more accessible to reluctant readers, while still providing valuable lessons in reading comprehension and visual literacy. Compelling student writing and testimony is mixed into the body of the article--strengthening the argument of the authors. Conventional wisdom is that superhero movies have to start with the origin story; it’s the easiest way to get an audience invested in a character, and most origins have a self-contained arc.

Pages: 128

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment (December 20, 2011)

ISBN: 1606901591

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