Labyrinth Wiki focuses on the beloved fantasy film Labyrinth, and features spotlights on its characters, stars and crew. It allows fans to learn about the world of Labyrinth, and share their knowledge of it where they can.
The wiki also covers the tie-in material produced to complement the film, including its novelization and Marvel comic book adaptation. Tokyopop's manga sequel to the film, Return to Labyrinth, is also covered as well as Archaia Entertainment's spin-off comics such as Labyrinth: Coronation.
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According to the film's conceptual designer Brian Froud, Labyrinth was first discussed between himself and director Jim Henson during a limousine ride on the way back from a special screening of their 1982 fantasy film The Dark Crystal. Both agreed to work on another project together, and Froud suggested that the film should feature goblins. On the same journey, Froud "pictured a baby surrounded by goblins" and this strong visual image - along with Froud's insight that goblins traditionally steal babies - provided the basis for the film's plot. According to Henson, Froud also made the suggestion that the film should feature a Labyrinth.
Froud produced a range of concept paintings and sketches that informed the overall look and feel of the finished film. Several of these feature a young girl journeying through the Labyrinth with Hoggle and other assorted goblins, and this girl appears to be an early ted to do a film with the characters having more personality, and interacting more.”
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