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The choice of Aberystwyth as the game's setting was chosen because Kikuta wanted a location facing across from the coast of Ireland. [15] Due to a lack of resources in Japan on British architecture, Kikuta and several members of staff made a research trip to Pembrokeshire to get a look at local scenery and church architecture. The coastal cliffs, ancient ruins and weather conditions the group experienced directly influenced the setting and design of Koudelka . [12] [16] [15] During his research, Kikuta bought over a hundred history books on British history from the Medieval to Victorian eras. His inspirations for the story included The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco and its film adaptation , Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder by William Hope Hodgson , The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft , and multiple novels by Lord Dunsany . [11] Multiple historical events and figures were incorporated by Kikuta; these included the sinking of the Princess Alice , and fictionalized versions of Lord Dunsany and Roger Bacon. Charlotte's mother was based on Sophia Dorothea of Celle . [16] The story also included references to Celtic, Irish and Welsh mythology and folklore. [5]

Carl Lucas went to jail for a crime he didn’t commit and came out a new man: the hero Luke Cage. Now, Luke finds himself on the wrong side of the law and thrown back in prison again. What dark power has caged Luke once more and when the entire world is threatened, how can Luke Cage save everyone from the inside of a jail cell? PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES! Story by Robbie Thompson and art by Mark Bagley!

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To pick a “greatest score” of Max Steiner is a grueling task. The 24-time Oscar nominee and three-time winner practically invented the concept of the movie score with King Kong (1933). Yet when it came time for the AFI to rank its Top 25 Movie Scores , Steiner’s Gone With the Wind ranked No. 2, behind only Star Wars (1977). That’s right, name any other great score you can think of — Jaws (1975), The Godfather (1972), Lawrence of Arabia (1962). They all fall before “Tara’s Theme.” No doubt this influenced the similarly titled “Lara’s Theme” for Doctor Zhivago (1965).

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