Mary Shelley's Frankeinstein: A Graphic Novel

Mary Shelley s Frankeinstein A Graphic Novel None

  • Title: Mary Shelley's Frankeinstein: A Graphic Novel
  • Author: Pete Katz Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
  • ISBN: 9781435161511
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
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    385 thoughts on “Mary Shelley's Frankeinstein: A Graphic Novel

    • This was a great adaptation. It captured the page-turning suspense of the original novel, and the beautiful illustrations reflected the story's gothic angst and dark, tragic tone. If you want to experience Frankenstein in an afternoon, I recommend this graphic novel. :)



    • I thought the book was phenomenal. The illustrations were exquisite and gives the novel a unique touch while providing a better understanding of the story. I also found the language simplistic enough to understand clearly, but giving the book a complex background which I found interesting. If you are interested in old dark stories like Edgar Allan Poe than I would recommend this book for you.


    • "It is true we shall be monsters, cut off from all the world; but because of that we shall be more attached to one another.I have never been so emotionally wrecked by a classic novel before. I had no idea just how heavy this story was. I identified deeply with Frankenstein's Monster, and that made this story so much better, yet much more heart-breaking.




    • I am not a graphic novel reader, however, I am always searching for ways to entice kids to read classics. I loved the illustrations and the vocab was not dumb downed. Also nice to be able to recommend a graphic novel that does not contain profanity.



    • Synopsis: An illustrated and abridged adaptation of Mary Shelley's original novel of Frankenstein.My Review: I have long avoided any of the graphic novel adaptations of my all time favorite book because I don't think the art ever really captures what I imagine the creature to look like, well that was until I stumbled across this version by Pete Katz online. I ordered it hoping for the best based on the cover and was not disappointed! The art in this graphic novel really captures the dark, gothic [...]


    • Having read the novel four years ago it was nice to revisit the story in an abridged version. The pictures helped with understanding the plot line. I feel bad for the Monster.



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