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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Comic Cuts - Upcoming Books

More upcoming comic books. I've not covered Classical Comics before so I've included a couple of titles already in print. I have to say that the adaptation of Jane Eyre looks like John M. Burns at his best and, if you buy nothing else, give that one a try to persuade the company to let him loose on more adaptations.

CLASSICAL COMICS

Henry V by William Shakespeare, adapted by John McDonald, art by Neill Cameron (p) / Bambos (i) / Jason Cardy & Kat Nicholson (c).

Henry V (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-00-6, 27 Nov 2007.
Henry V (Plain Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-01-3, 27 Nov 2007,
Henry V (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-02-0, 27 Nov 2007.
Henry V Study Guide ISBN 978-1-906332-07-5, 27 Nov 2007.

Macbeth by William Shakespeare, adapted by John McDonald, art by Jon Haward (p/i) / Gary Erskine (i) / Nigel Dobbyn (c).

Macbeth (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-03-7, 25 Feb 2008.
Macbeth (Plain Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-04-4, 25 Feb 2008.
Macbeth (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-05-1, 25 Feb 2008.
Macbeth Study Guide ISBN 978-1-906332-10-5, 25 Feb 2008.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, adapted by Amy Corzine, art by John M. Burns.

Jane Eyre (Original Text, abridged) ISBN 978-1-906332-06-8, Sep 2008.
Jane Eyre (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-08-2, Sep 2008.

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, adapted by Jason Cobley, art by Declan Shalvey (p/i) / Jason Cardy & Kat Nicholson (c).

Frankenstein (Original Text, abridged) ISBN 978-1-906332-15-0, Sep 2008.
Frankenstein (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-16-7, Sep 2008.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted by Sean Michael Wilson, art by Mike Collins (p) / David Roach (i) / James Offredi (c).

A Christmas Carol (Original Text, abridged) ISBN 978-1-906332-17-4, 1 Oct 2008.
A Christmas Carol (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-18-1, 1 Oct 2008.

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, adapted by Jen Green, art by John Stokes (p/i) / Jason Cardy & Kat Nicholson (c).

Great Expectations (Original Text, abridged) ISBN 978-1-906332-09-9, 3 Nov 2008.
Great Expectations (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-11-2, 3 Nov 2008.

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, adapted by John McDonald, art by Will Volley (p) / Jim Devlin (c).

Romeo and Juliet (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-19-8, Jan 2009.
Romeo and Juliet (Plain Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-20-4, Jan 2009.
Romeo and Juliet (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-21-1, Jan 2009.

The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Sean M. Wilson, art by Steve Bryant (p) / Jason Millet (c).

The Canterville Ghost (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-27-3, Feb 2009.
The Canterville Ghost (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-28-0, Feb 2009.

Richard III by William Shakespeare, adapted by John McDonald, art by Will Sliney (p) / Jason Millet (c).

Richard III (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-22-8, Feb 2009.
Richard III (Plain Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-23-5, Feb 2009.
Richard III (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-24-2, Feb 2009.

The Tempest by William Shakespeare, adapted by John McDonald, art by Jon Haward (p) / Gary Erskine (i), Nigel Dobbyn (c).

The Tempest (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-29-7, Feb 2009.
The Tempest (Plain Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-30-3, Feb 2009.
The Tempest (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-31-0, Feb 2009.

Dracula by Bram Stoker, adapted by Jason Cobley, art by Staz Johnson (p).

Dracula (Original Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-25-9, Mar 2009.
Dracula (Quick Text) ISBN 978-1-906332-26-6, Mar 2009.

Wuthering Heights and Hamlet have also been announced as future titles.

1 comment:

  1. These adaptations look great Steve! Always a sucker for these kind of titles. Have been on a Dracula buzz lately too - re-read the book and watched numerous films (good, bad and VERY bad!), so this title is a must for me.

    Thanks for the tip off!

    Love the blog by the way.

    Piley

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