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Dark and Materials
Fantasy author Philip Pullman echoes this idea in the fantasy series His Dark Materials, in which the characters finally come to the conclusion that people should make life better on Earth rather than wait for heaven ( this idea is known as the Republic of Heaven ).
* The secondary / parallel world ( s ) is entered through a portal from the primary world ( e. g. Alice in Wonderland, The Chronicles of Narnia, His Dark Materials, Xanth, The Dark Tower, and Avantasia )
Some examples of this are: R. A. Salvatore's Drizzt of " The Legend of Drizzt ", Kathryn Lasky's Soren of Guardians of Ga ' Hoole, David Eddings ' Belgarion in the Belgariad and Malloreon, Terry Brooks ' Shea and Wil Ohmsford of The Sword of Shannara and The Elfstones of Shannara, Terry Goodkind's Richard Cypher, Robert Jordan's Rand al ' Thor of The Wheel of Time, Pug and Arutha of Raymond Feist's Riftwar Saga, Philip Pullman's Lyra Belacqua of His Dark Materials, Ursula K. Le Guin's Ged, Aerial of the Darkangel Trilogy by Meredith Ann Pierce, and Christopher Paolini's Eragon of The Inheritance Cycleand Ashalind of the " Bitterbynd Trilogy ".
His Dark Materials is a trilogy of fantasy novels, coming together to form an epic, by Philip Pullman comprising Northern Lights ( 1995, published as The Golden Compass in North America ), The Subtle Knife ( 1997 ), and The Amber Spyglass ( 2000 ).
Pullman has published two short stories related to His Dark Materials: " Lyra and the Birds ", which appears with accompanying illustrations in the small hardcover book Lyra's Oxford ( 2003 ), and " Once Upon a Time in the North " ( 2008 ).
The title of the series, His Dark Materials, comes from seventeenth century poet John Milton's Paradise Lost, Book 2:
* Lord Carlo Boreal, a fictional character in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy
The Thames also features prominently in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy, as a communications artery for the waterborne Gyptian people of Oxford and the Fens.
* In Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy, Lord Asriel constructs an " adamant " fortress.
* The ' Ancient of Days ' is a term for God in Phillip Pullman's ' His Dark Materials ' trilogy.
Philip Pullman, the author of the His Dark Materials trilogy, went further when he remarked that:
Harpies are commonly depicted as a race of bird-women, such as in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials book series.
It is also mentioned in Lyra's Oxford, a book in the universe of His Dark Materials.
Exeter College is the real life basis for the fictional Jordan College in Philip Pullman's novel trilogy His Dark Materials.
New College appears in the alternate Oxford of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials as ' Wykeham College '.
Applying the term to the work of Philip Pullman ( His Dark Materials ), Schweizer clarifies that he does not mean the term to carry the negative connotations of misanthropy: " To me, the word connotes a heroic stance of humanistic affirmation and the courage to defy the powers that rule the universe.
Philip Pullman's previously mentioned trilogy, His Dark Materials, presented the theme of a negligent or evil God to a wider audience, as depicted in the 2007 film The Golden Compass based on the first book of this trilogy.
* Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy-The trilogy takes place across several universes including " ours ".
* In the His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman, trepanation is referenced as a method to draw Dust, the agent of human consciousness and creativity, to the trepanned person in greater quantity.
In the His Dark Materials trilogy, the universe the protagonist starts in is a Victorian counterpart to ours, although it takes place at the same time.
In His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman, the two protagonist Lyra and Will find themselves lost amongst many worlds, and travel them looking for the other.
Harry Potter is the powerful young wizard, one of the children of The Dark Is Rising series is an immature Old One with magical abilities, and in the His Dark Materials series the children have magical items and animal allies.

Dark and two-part
In 2003, a two-part article titled " Collecting Dark Shadows: Return to Collinwood ," appeared in Autograph Collector magazine.
As the second novel of the His Dark Materials trilogy, the book has also formed part of a radio drama on BBC Radio 4 starring Terence Stamp as Lord Asriel and Lulu Popplewell as Lyra, and as a two-part, six-hour performance for London's Royal National Theatre in December 2003, running until March 2004, and a second run between November 2004 and April 2005.
Everything culminates in the two-part finale, " Countdown to Destruction ", where Zordon is nearly completely drained and Dark Specter orders the villains under his command to attack the entire universe.
Dark Tide: Onslaught ( also released as Dark Tide I: Onslaught ) is the first novel in a two-part story by Michael A. Stackpole.
Dark Tide: Ruin ( also released as Dark Tide II: Ruin ) is the second novel in a two-part story by Michael A. Stackpole.
Forming an attachment with the Asgardian goddess Sif, Bill aids Thor against the Dark Elf Kurse in a two-part storyline before returning to his people.
In the concluding two-part episode " Dark Victory ," she is visible on three occasions standing or flying in the midst of a large group of Legionnaires.
* Ch ' p has made several cameos on Batman: The Brave and the Bold: in the teaser of Day of the Dark Knight, in The Eyes of Despero and in both episodes of the two-part Siege of Starro.
She may be best known for her television work, which includes playing Karen Sammler on Once and Again, Michelle Generoo in an episode of The X-Files and a recurring role as the Borg Queen in the Star Trek: Voyager two-part episodes " Dark Frontier " ( 1999 ) and " Unimatrix Zero " ( 2000 ).
In the two-part episode " Dark Horizon ", he tricked Mystique into unlocking the third door unable to control her mind.

Dark and adaptation
In 1999, Dark Horse Comics released a graphic novel adaptation of Whedon's original script under the title, The Origin.
In 1988 Dark Horse Comics released a six-issue limited series, Godzilla, which was an American adaptation of the Japanese manga adaptation of The Return of Godzilla.
The first English-language adaptation of the original manga The Ghost in the Shell was released in December 1995 in the United States, published by Dark Horse Comics and translated by Studio Proteus.
His latest films are an adaptation of the soap opera Dark Shadows, released on May 10, 2012, and a remake of his 1984 short, Frankenweenie, scheduled to be released on October 5, 2012.
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Abigail and Roger, The Airbase, As Good Cooks Go, the 1960 adaptation of The Citadel, the 1956 adaptation of David Copperfield, The Dark Island, The Gnomes of Dulwich, Hurricane, For Richer ... For Poorer, Hereward the Wake, The Naked Lady, Night Train To Surbiton, Outbreak of Murder, Where do I Sit ?, and Witch Hunt have all been wiped with no footage surviving while four out of seven episodes of the paranormal anthology series Dead of Night were wiped.
A comics adaptation of the 1994 film The Shadow was published in two issues by Dark Horse as part of the movie's merchandising campaign.
A BBC radio adaptation, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul, starring Harry Enfield, Peter Davison, John Fortune and Stephen Moore was broadcast on October 2008.
In 2006 Hawke was cast in a supporting role in the film Fast Food Nation, an adaptation by Linklater and Eric Schlosser of Schlosser's best-selling 2001 non-fiction book Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal.
* Another musical adaptation, entitled " Dark Chilling Heartbeat ", was performed by Deceased on their 2000 album Supernatural Addiction.
* Glow in the Dark Shark has Killer Smudge article describing cookie-cutter shark adaptation
In 2002, Romero was commissioned to draw a graphic novel adaptation of the Modesty Blaise short story " The Dark Angels "; this work was initially published exclusively in Scandinavia but was later reprinted in a special issue of Comics Revue in the United States.
While it was speculated that they would be writing and producing an adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower series of novels, they publicly stated in November 2009 that they were no longer looking to take on that project.
Prior to this, New Line was responsible for genre films and cult classics such as Dark City, The Mask, the Austin Powers film trilogy, the fantasy Pleasantville, the Final Destination series, the Nightmare on Elm Street series, the film Friday ( and its two sequels Next Friday and Friday After Next ), the films of John Waters, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films, the highly successful movie adaptation of Mortal Kombat ( as well as its ill-fated sequel Mortal Kombat: Annihilation ) and the Rush Hour films.
In the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society's audio drama adaptation, Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: The Dunwich Horror, a map of Dunwich ( supposedly taken from the Miskatonic University archives by Henry Armitage's secretary, Edith ) is included among the CD's supplemental materials.
He reprised this role when he lent his voice for the character in the 2002 video game Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, as well as the audio dramatization of Dark Empire, the National Public Radio adaptation of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, and two productions for the Star Wars: Battlefront series: Star Wars: Battlefront II and Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron.
A similar idea had appeared in the 2002 " Dark and Light " anime adaptation of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children where guns called " Devilizers " were used to summon and power up their fighting monsters.
He also wrote " Dark Deception ", a crossover story arc that appeared across X-Men: Legacy and Wolverine: Origins, and tied into X-Men: Original Sin, he retold the Beast's origin story in X-Men: Origins, wrote an Iceman story in X-Men: Manifest Destiny, a comic book adaptation of Ender's Shadow, and the Vertigo Comics series The Unwritten.
Other major productions using Shake include the 2005 adaptation of War of the Worlds, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Fantastic Four, Mission Impossible 3, Poseidon, The Incredibles, Hulk, Doctor Who, The Dark Knight and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
Among his credits are Tsui Hark's The Seven Swords and Wilson Yip's Ip Man ; Mamoru Oshii's films The Red Spectacles, StrayDog: Kerberos Panzer Cops, Ghost in the Shell, Mobile Police Patlabor and Avalon ; the anime adaptations of Rumiko Takahashi's Ranma ½ and Maison Ikkoku ; the live-action adaptation of Gantz ; and Hideo Nakata's films Ring, Ring 2, Chaos, Dark Water and Kaidan.
In an interview about his Dark Tower series ( appearing in issue # 4 of the 2007 Marvel Comic adaptation The Gunslinger Born ), Stephen King was asked if there are spoilers in the first few novels that would ruin someone's experience of the comic.
They are also mentioned in the adaptation, Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: At the Mountains of Madness as well as the movie The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu.

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