This has been a brutal year for many people's fondest childhood affections. First Star Wars visionary Ralph McQuarrie dies, then French comics legend Moebius passes away, and now we have the sad news that Maurice Sendak, the creator of children's stories such as Where the Wild Things Are, has died at age 83.
Hey! Did you hear? Spike Jonez, director of Being John Malkovich, made a movie based on the classic children's book Where the Wild Things Are. And it looks amazing.
Sarcastic Gamer is reporting that movie-license-centric developer Brash has gotten their hands on the licensing for upcoming childhood memory turned blockbuster flick Where the Wild Things Are. SG reports that the developer is working on a video game adaption of the Maurice Sendak-penned classic. While we haven't…