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 Post subject: H.G. Wells Classics in Graphic Novel Format
PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 8:29 pm 
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THE FOUNDER OF SCIENCE FICTION, ILLUSTRATED!

Eureka Productions is pleased to announce the publication of the revised second edition of GRAPHIC CLASSICS: H.G. WELLS, the third volume in the GRAPHIC CLASSICS series of comics adaptations of great literature.

GRAPHIC CLASSICS: H.G. WELLS is completely revised, with nearly a hundred pages of new material. New to this edition are comics adaptations of "The Time Machine" by Antonella Caputo and Seth Frail, "The Invisible Man" by Rod Lott and Simon Gane, and "The Inexperienced Ghost", illustrated by Rich Tommaso. Returning from the first edition are stories adapted by Dan O?Neill, Brad Teare, Milton Knight and Skip Williamson. Plus the story of Orson Welles?s radio presentation of "The War of the Worlds", as told in comics by Antonella Caputo and Nick Miller.

GRAPHIC CLASSICS: H.G. WELLS is available in bookstores, comics shops, or direct from the publisher at http://www.graphicclassics.com


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 11:55 pm 
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Interesting. My first exposure to "The War of the Worlds" was a comic book version put out by the old Classics Illustrated company. For those of you unfamiliar with them, decades ago, they put out a long series of comic books bases on old-time novels like "Moby Dick", "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", etc., historical accounts like Caesar's war commentaries about the conquest of Gaul and Bernal Diaz's account of the conquest of Mexico by Cortez, and biographical comics about everyone from Joan of Arc to Buffalo Bill, with a few odds and ends like zoo supplier Frank Buck's book "Bring 'Em Back Alive!" (dangerous animal catching in Asia).


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