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Berger, Richard: "‘Are there anymore at home like you?’. Rewiring Superman." In: Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance 1 (2008), S. 87–101. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: englisch
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1386/jafp.1.2.87/1
BibTeX citation key: Berger2008a
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Keywords: "Superman", Adaption, Comic-Verfilmung, Intermedialität, Superheld, USA
Creators: Berger
Collection: Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance
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Abstract
Increasingly in contemporary media practice, texts are deployed across a range of different platforms, often simultaneously. Many theorists assume that these plat- forms are distinct forms, whereas theories of remediation and heteroglossia sug- gest more fluidity and exchange between literature, theatre, cinema, radio, television and videogames. This article examines the adaptation of the comic book character,Superman, and traces the origins of the Superman comic book narratives into their current transmedia state. Such adaptations can alter the status and authority of pre-existing versions of a text. In Superman’s case, an adaptation can eventually become canonical and act as a source text, ‘rewiring’ previous versions into a dialogical sphere of influence. In addition, some canonical texts can undergo a process of disconnection and can be discounted entirely. This article proposes an approach that is medium non-specific, but one that is text specific when examining the complex rewirings between parallel versions of a text.
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