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“Dust Bowl Girls” is the sort of book reviewers love to find. Denver author Lydia Reeder takes what might have been an academic work about a basketball team in the Great Depression and turns it into a compelling, heartwarming story of a group of college students determined to accomplish the impossible.
Vertigo ComicsVertigo Comic’s “Y: The Last Man,” by writer Brian K. Vaughn and artist Pia Guerra may finally receive a live-action adaptation from FX.
With the recent announcement from FX at a Television Critics Association event that the network is close to receiving a script for the in-development “Y: The Last Man,” is it possible we are one step closer to finally seeing a live-action adaptation of one of the greatest comic book stories ever told?
Perhaps even more importantly, is FX the right place to tell this story?
“Y: The Last Man,” (created by writer Brian K.