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Synonyms for novelization

converting something into the form of a novel

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I wrote the official novelization for Arkham Knight, based on the upcoming video game, and had a ball doing it.
38) Grady Hendrix, "Pulp Fiction: In Appreciation of Movie Novelizations," Film Comment 47, no.
Saint Charles Place: An O Line Mystery" is a novelization of the throwback to the Radio Drama, a podcast cult favorite.
The topics include form and function on musical adaptations of The Pickwick Papers, the discipline of tears in The Old Curiosity Shop, David Copperfield's Magdalene on the Victorian stage, A Tale of Two Cities and the Daguerrean imagination, the original tale of Dickens' clerk, and novelization and clashing chronotypes in Our Mutual Friend.
Tom's Wife" is a novel from Alana Cash, a novelization of sorts of her 2004 movie of the same name.
The Smurfs Movie Novelization, by Stacia Deutschy and Rhody Cohon, pounds 4.
It seems like it's about time, actually, that Cantor got around to writing a comic book: Almost a quarter-century has passed since his post-modern novelization of George Herriman's genius comic strip Krazy Kat, which transforms Ignatz Mouse into a Jewish Freudian.
Now in a newly revised and substantially enlarged fourth edition, the Eureka Productions graphic novelization of the stories of Edgar Allan Poe continues to document their 'Graphic Classics' series as one of the very best.
Certainly the graphic novelization of Shakespeare takes up and extends the conversion of Shakespeare to visual form so central to film Shakespeare of the nineties.
Both her morning and afternoon classes had recently finished reading a junior novelization of "The Tale of Despereaux" by Rhode-Island children's author Jamie Michalak.
His 2005 book State of Fear was, in effect, a novelization of a speech he delivered at San Francisco's Commonwealth Club in 2003.
The work itself could be regarded retrospectively as being part of the process of novelization by giving shape to the nascent genre, the novel.
They were 2001, (a novelization of the screenplay), 2010, 2061, and 3001: The Final Space Odyssey.
Campbell Black's novelization of the film calls the display in the Map Room "alchemy, artistry, or even magic.
Denene Millner is a columnist for Parenting magazine and the author of 10 books, including Dreamgirls, the novelization of the big-creen, blockbuster film of the same name.