Friday, January 15, 2021

A SAGA OF GUNPOWDER AND WIZARDRY IN JOSEPH MALLOZZI'S EPIC TV SERIES ADAPTATION OF BRIAN MCCLELLAN'S FANTASY BOOK SERIES THE POWDER MAGE!

  THE POWDER MAGE TRILOGY  
TO BECOME EPIC TV SAGA
It was published seven years ago and has been sold in over 700,000 copies and now THE POWDER MAGE fantasy saga from Brian McClellan will be adapted into a TV series by Joseph Mallozzi (Utopia Falls) with No Equal Entertainment and Frantic Films companies. As Deadline reports, the drama series will take place in the Nine Nations, a
The Powder Mage saga has been sold in 700,000 copies so far
fictional world in which magic collides with 18th century technology against the backdrop of political and social revolution. At the heart of the story are Powder Mages, unique individuals who gain magical abilities from common gunpowder. The series is a fight for survival as mythical gods return to battle for a world that has changed in their absence. It will feature epic battles, gritty magic, heart-stopping duels, cunning political maneuvers, intrepid investigators, and shocking betrayals.

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    1. Seems like something my publisher would give me to translate lol

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  2. A political and social revolution mixed with magical abilities from gunpowder? Well, sounds like the US will be in for a real treat if our guns can make us magic. I mean, we're already on the cusp of some ugly shit about to go down with all of the social and political turmoil here. Why not throw some magic in there. I, for one, hope I am able to obtain a dragon so I can set fire to all the bitches I hate LOL

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    1. What scares me most in your turmoil is how freedom of speech has been killed there totally by the cancel society and everyone applauds it. In last few day the cancel culture has gone wild and there is no turning back, methinks.

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    2. I agree. We used to pride ourselves on free speech, but the younger and more "woke" generation seem to think it's fine if we start censoring opinions we don't agree with. They won't be so happy when it turns on them though, and by then it will be too late. The world has gone mad, and sometimes I am glad that I am getting old and won't have to live through too much BS that this new generation is shoving down our throats.

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    3. But not just censoring but lynching, they are a wild and lunatic mob full of bloodthirsty revenge.

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  3. This is either going to be really good or really overwhelming. It sounds like they have a lot going on which scares me.

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    1. Yes, an overly rich world and plot to build up on the small screens. Won't be an easy task.

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  4. Can't wait! Looks really interesting :-)

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  5. It's fun when books get made into movies. Sounds good too.

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    1. And into TV series like this one. I much prefer shows to movies.

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