Epic may refer to:
- Epic (genre)
or, in particular
Other articles related to "epic, epics":
... His legendary epic, written much much earlier to that of the Epic of Pabhuji, is also popular and painted on Phads ... sung in the same manner as the Pabhuji epic ... This epic is also sung by the Bhopas ...
... Epic (skyscraper), an urban residential skyscraper in Downtown Miami completed in 2008 Epic Skate Park, the largest indoor skateboard park in Europe Per Glossary of climbing terms#E, an ordinary climb rendered ...
... An epic film is an epic genre that emphasizes human drama on a grand scale ... Epics are more ambitious in scope than other film genres, and their ambitious nature helps to differentiate them from similar genres such as the period piece or adventure film ... Epic historical films often take a historical or imagined event, or a mythic, legendary, or heroic figure and add an extravagant, spectacular setting and lavish ...
... In March 2007, Jersey Bound was selected as one of mtvU and Epic Records' Top 50 in their Artist of the Year contest on BestMusicOnCampus.com ... contest wins a $1.5 million record deal with Epic Records ... of votes received and judging by a panel from mtvU and Epic, the group made it into the Top 15 in the mtvU and Epic Records contest ...
... Epic Battles is a collectible card game by Score Entertainment released in September 2005 ... As of February 2007, Score has stopped production on Epic Battles ...
Famous quotes containing the word epic:
“The epic of disbelief
Blares oftener and soon, will soon be constant.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“The drama is complete poetry. The ode and the epic contain it only in germ; it contains both of them in a state of high development, and epitomizes both.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)
“In an age robbed of religious symbols, going to the shops replaces going to the church.... We have a free choice, but at a price. We can win experience, but never achieve innocence. Marx knew that the epic activities of the modern world involve not lance and sword but dry goods.”
—Stephen Bayley (b. 1951)