did anyone else think DmC was similar to Ink & Vellum?

#1Orange00Posted 4/8/2013 1:14:20 AM(edited)
Did anyone else find the general *feel* of DmC similar to Hal Duncan's book of all hours: Ink and Vellum? It's not rip off or even striking resemblance but some themes match and i have had this feeling from the get-go, since DmC was revealed.

both try to be edgy and mature, both got demon's and angel's, both got main character that is sorta outcast, overthetop fighters and punk. Especially after i heard NT was thinking of making Dante gay, i thought of Jack in those books. Both got this semi-forced punk attitude and both try to appear deeper than they perhaps really are.


Oh and also with a dash of Hal Duncan's Escape from Hell, with all the eye-camera surveillance in hellcity.
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#2KyryloPosted 4/8/2013 1:21:23 AM
If I start to count what films/books/ games DmC similar to, I gonna lost my count and overspam this thread.
#3smithkakarotPosted 4/8/2013 1:28:13 AM
Kyrylo posted...
If I start to count what films/books/ games DmC similar to, I gonna lost my count and overspam this thread.


You could probably get up to 500 posts easily by doing that.
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#4KyryloPosted 4/8/2013 2:11:48 AM
smithkakarot posted...
Kyrylo posted...
If I start to count what films/books/ games DmC similar to, I gonna lost my count and overspam this thread.


You could probably get up to 500 posts easily by doing that.


much harder is to find something unseen and not like the other in DmC.