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Flint Dille

Author of An American Tail [1986 film]

36+ Works 691 Members 14 Reviews

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Works by Flint Dille

An American Tail [1986 film] (1986) — Screenwriter — 171 copies
American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991) — Collaborator — 63 copies
Arrival (1989) — Contributor — 57 copies
The Green Hydra (1986) — Author — 34 copies
The Transformers: Autocracy (2012) — Author — 28 copies
Batman: Rise Of Sin Tzu (2003) — Author — 26 copies
The Crimson Sea (1985) — Author — 22 copies
The Transformers: Primacy (2015) — Author — 15 copies
The Fire Dragon (1986) — Author — 15 copies

Associated Works

The Ice Dragon (1985) — Author, some editions — 37 copies

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Legal name
Dille, Robert Nichols Flint
Birthdate
1955-11-03
Gender
male
Nationality
USA
Birthplace
Chicago, Illinois, USA

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elahrairah | Sep 8, 2023 |
While emigrating to the United States, a young Russian mouse gets separated from his family and must relocate them while trying to survive in a new country.
 
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SITAG_Family | 4 other reviews | Dec 21, 2022 |
Good graphic novel that showcases a typical adventure of the eponymous Agent 13: The year is 1937 and the evil secret society The Brotherhood controls the Nazis and is seeking to gain control of a weapon that will allow them to dominate the world. Agent 13 gets to beat up some Nazis, kill some mobsters, and take on a Brotherhood super-zeppelin. If you haven't yet read any of the Agent 13 material, he's a master of disguise like the Shadow, with similar abilities, though he's got more interesting backstory and foes. The pulp quotient is dialed up a bit too; some of the plots are closer to a typical Spider story.

Decent art, though it's a bit of a product of its time (I didn't find the art in Watchmen especially compelling either).
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bibliorex | Apr 22, 2021 |
An immigrant mouse is separated from his family.

2/4 (Indifferent).

That's a Very Long 80 Minutes. It's too poorly developed for adults, and too heavy and serious for kids. Reading some trivia about it gives me the impression that the target audience was What Nostalgic Boomers Wanted Their Kids To Like - a movie made for merchandise and ticket sales, not to entertain its audience.
½
 
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comfypants | 4 other reviews | Nov 2, 2020 |

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Rating
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Reviews
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ISBNs
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