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Suffering from domestic abuse from an early age, a vision of hope inspires Logan to escape his tortured existence. Now a respected artist, he is driven by his passion for a woman he believes only exists in his mind. 

Kimberly found freedom from the rigid life of her youth through her drawings of a boy she dreamed about. As an adult, she has found sanctuary as an artist for a global comic book industry, famous for the mysterious man appearing in her work.

The lines between fantasy and reality become blurred as these two strangers are about to meet.

Music often inspires scenes, helps mold the tone of a narrative, and in some cases, defines a character.


What follows is a collection of songs that are the soundtrack to this novel.


This is how Logan views the woman he draws, who he has had visions of since he was a teenager. To him, there is no explanation needed, she is the embodiment of love. Even if she doesn’t exist, he won't be convinced otherwise. This song reflects the purity to his devotion to this woman he thinks about.

This song inspired a "deleted" scenario that does not occur in the novel but would be ideal visually for a movie or television series based off the book. This will add to the experience for the visual representation of the book. Learn more about this new addition below under the "Bonus Scene" section of this page.

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Eye of the Beholder?

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Eye of the Beholder  : The Movie



Played by:
Hank Azaria

Hank is the voice behind Comic Book Guy, a character from the television show, The Simpsons. As well as being a voice actor, he has done several roles as an actor in front the camera. Marv was modeled after and inspired by the cartoon character, so what better person to play the role than the man who brought the character to life.


Marv's Employee

Played by:
Yeardley Smith

In the final scene set in the comic book store, Kimberly has arrived looking for information concerning Logan. Marv makes a comment about it being a wise decision to put the address of the shop on each comic book sleeve. A sarcastic employee mocks him. It will be fun to Yeardley and Hank in a scene together.


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Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book

In a movie/television presentation of Eye of the Beholder, after the final scene of the novel, the song "Just Like This" begins playing as mentioned earlier on this page. It begins with a scene of Kimberly and Logan sitting at a cafe in real life. Then that image shifts to a comic book version of them. Pans back to reveal a group of superheroes, with the couple in the background. Scene changes to another heroic scene in a comic book. Zooms in to Kimberly and Logan walking down a sidewalk in the background. That turns into a real-life version minus the super heroes in our world. That goes back and forth blurring the line between what is happening in the comics and what is in our reality.

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Hidden Author

Where would the Author make a cameo?

Stan Lee is notorious for making a cameo in movies and television series based off his written works. With that in mind, where would the author of this novel make an appearance in a visual adaptation of the book?

What better way to do a cameo like Stan Lee than for the author to play the part of Stan Lee himself? During a meeting at Tagonist Comics concerning the future of the company, there are two men sitting at the table. An elder pair of men named Stan and Jack. Stan represents Stan Lee and Jack is his long time partner, the legendary artist Jack Kirby. The author would play the part of Stan, who is a writer as well.  

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