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Origins of 'Blade': A Look at Dark Comics (1998)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  22 December 1998 (USA)
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Little Bite, even less Blade
9 December 2004 | by (Plymouth, MN, USA) – See all my reviews

This mini-doc on the Blade I DVD doesn't really discuss the origins of Blade.

It talks more about the comic code and how Stan Lee and others sometimes went outside the code, and how Blade as a Vampire was totally outside the code and he was a dark character. The upside is an interview with Stan Lee [but where is talk about is inspiration for Blade?].

However, it doesn't really offer much Blade aside from that. We learn that David Goyer thought it would make a good film when he was 14 years old and buying comics because it wouldn't require much costuming and that Blade was cool, but thats really it.

I guess that covers the origins in comics and the origin for David Goyer the filmmaker and Blade, but aside from self pimping the movie its very stale and lacks the bite that a more in depth questioning session would have had.

Very low rating indeed.


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