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- The miniseries was written by Tommy Yune & Jay Faerber and features stunning art and cover by Long Vo.
- The miniseries was also nominated for BAFTA TV awards for editing (Clare Douglas), music (Adrian Johnston), and photography (Barry Ackroyd).
- Christopher Rouse, Pearson's co-editor on The Bourne Supremacy and United 93, also worked on this miniseries.
- She then played a predatory role in another miniseries, Small Sacrifices, receiving a second Emmy nomination.
- Moonstone Books has, as of 2006, published two miniseries about Cisco Kid.
- Roots was eventually published in 37 languages, won the Pulitzer Prize and went on to become a popular television miniseries in 1977.
- In 1987, Marvel Comics did a four-issue miniseries based on the Defenders of the Earth TV series (written by Stan Lee).
- This version first appeared in the Secret War miniseries, written by Brian Michael Bendis.
- Finishes, over layouts by Dan Jurgens (also writer of the miniseries).
- In British television, the term 'serial' is usually used to cover what American audiences would more commonly call a ' miniseries '.
- Lois underwent a character alteration beginning with John Byrne's The Man of Steel miniseries, which completely rewrote Superman's origin and history.
- She first appeared during the Goro: Prince of Pain miniseries, joining Mileena, Baraka, and Reptile in searching for Goro in Outworld.
- WildStar: Sky Zero was the title of the miniseries that was written, inked, edited and produced by Al, and penciled by Jerry Ordway.
- Barry Ween's adventures were first published in a three-issue miniseries by Image Comics in 1999.
- He also covers those more specific to comics writing such as miniseries, maxiseries, and continuity.
- Following the events of the Zero Hour miniseries, this storyline and all other Legion stories predating October 1994 were removed from continuity.
- The miniseries follows the story of The Odyssey, about King Odysseus, on his decade-long return from the Trojan War to his homeland of Ithaca in Greece.
- In addition to her busy film career, Chaplin also appeared on-stage and in television miniseries such as Gulliver's Travels (1996) and The Odyssey (1997).
- Charybdis as portrayed in The Odyssey (1997) TV miniseries; Odysseus's ship can be seen falling into its maw.
- The deformed version of the character has also appeared in comics, most notably in the miniseries, Batman: The Long Halloween, and its sequel, Dark Victory.
- The deformed version of the character has also appeared in comics, most notably in the miniseries Batman: The Long Halloween and its sequel Dark Victory.
- Actress in a movie or miniseries: Helen Mirren for "Elizabeth I." Bank on it.
- The miniseries, written by Judd Winick with art by Josh Middleton, depicted the first meeting between the two heroes.
- In 1987 Moore submitted a proposal for a miniseries called Twilight of the Superheroes, the title a twist on Richard Wagner 's opera Twilight of the Gods.
- The miniseries does not depict the events in the game or vice versa, and has a completely different story than the video game.
- The term entered common parlance after 1978, the year that the popular Holocaust (TV miniseries) was broadcast on the American NBC television network.
- We have plans to do another all new print miniseries early next year (tentatively titled The Legend of Mu-King).
- The following miniseries, Battlewave, stated that Liu Kang won the first tournament after defeating Goro, which never appeared in the B&T miniseries.
- Best performance by an actress in a leading role in a dramatic program or miniseries: Wendy Crewson – The Man Who Lost Himself.
- His performance garnered him an Emmy award as well as a Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries.
- It originally was a novel, not a historical treatise, and the miniseries presents fictional characters and events, not documentary reportage.
- Most recently, Davis won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for her role as Joan in 2007.
- Helen Mirren is probably best known for her role as DCI Jane Tennison in the multi-award-winning Prime Suspect miniseries.
- Nero also played a prominent role in issue 2 of the DC comics " Armageddon The Alien Agenda " miniseries.
- At DC Comics he wrote a miniseries The Atlantis Chronicles about the history of Aquaman 's home of Atlantis.
- Wildstorm decided to not do an ongoing series, but instead a series of miniseries and trade paperback graphic novels.
- Interestingly, DC has not labeled it as either maxiseries or miniseries, preferring to call it simply a series.
- Apart from The Bourne Identity, the miniseries was also based on the second novel of the series, The Bourne Supremacy.
- A television series that is intended to air a finite number of episodes is usually called a miniseries.
- I watched the John Adams series on HBO and this makes a nice companion piece to that miniseries.
- He also edited several episodes of the award-winning From the Earth to the Moon, a miniseries produced by Tom Hanks and Ron Howard.
- The matter was dramatized in the miniseries From the Earth to the Moon, based on Andrew Chaikin's book A Man On The Moon.
- HBO 's television miniseries From the Earth to the Moon (1998) contains segments set at MIT, most notably in the episode covering Apollo 14.
- In 1998, actor Tim Daly portrayed Lovell in portions of the HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon.
- He won a Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for his role in Truman.
- He was also nominated that same year in a different category, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie, for The Burden of Proof (1992).
- In 1978, she won her first Emmy Award, for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie, for the miniseries Holocaust.
- Portions of the Apollo 9 mission are dramatized in the miniseries From the Earth to the Moon episode entitled " Spider ".
- Portions of the Apollo 8 mission are dramatized in the miniseries From the Earth to the Moon episode "1968".
- An entire episode of the miniseries, From the Earth to the Moon was narrated from Bean's perspective; in the episode, he was portrayed by Dave Foley.
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