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The first volume of a glorious two-volume, four-color graphic novel adaptation of Neil Gaiman's #1 New York Times bestselling and Newbery Medal-winning. Both volumes of the New York Times bestselling The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel are now available in a single-volume hardcover edition!Each chapter in this. An irresistibly-brilliant graphic novel adaptation of The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, adapted by award-winning illustrator P. Craig Russell. This is.
Grades Bod, raised by the ghostly denizens of a graveyard, is a young adult now, yearning for knowledge of the world of the living. After a showdown with a pair of school bullies, nearly two-thirds of the book is given to chapter 7, in which Bod finally confronts the ancient order who murdered his family and overcomes them with his supernatural know-how and his innate courage and cleverness.
Kirkus Vol. The pictures also clarify one plot point.
One scene has even more impact than in the original: Ghosts join hands with the living and begin to dance, and readers see every dancer in the square. The real achievement of this adaptation is that readers will want to jump back to the novel and then leap back again, time after time.
Scott, Galen Showman, and Jill Thompson, contribute a chapter apiece. The overall effect is remarkably unified, and the thread of the narrative is always crystal-clear. The artwork sets out to entertain rather than to horrify; even the initial murder scene has a certain tranquility.
The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel, Part 1
Ages 8— School Library Journal Vol. The arresting opening image of a bloody knife sets the tone for this sometimes gory, but often playful, illustrated version. The concluding interlude segues eerily into the next volume, for which middle graders will anxiously be waiting. Underlying messianic themes and the striking juxtaposition of the evil clan of human assassins and the benevolent band of noble monsters begs classroom discussion.
He is a boy that lives among tombstones and ghosts and other things. He gets lessons and advice from dead people.
The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel: Volume 1
It is a wonderful little story. It's funny, my mom read this after I told her how good it was and she did not like the story. I can't understand.
We like many of the same stories and she was not a fan. I guess I have a bit darker streak than she does at times. I can't wait to finish the story with Vol.
Graphic Novel Book Club: The Graveyard Book
I think my favorite part of the whole thing was the Danse Macabrae. Many people wouldn't have put that in the story, but it takes it to a whole new level and adds something special and magical.
It is so memorable. This is Gaiman at this best in my opinion. I can go on and on, but I will leave it at this.
If you don't want to read the whole book, this is a great way to read the story.The tale of a witch who lives in the unconsecrated part of the graveyard, it depicts the first time the Bod leaves his home and ventures into the town below. The essence of everything is here and in superb detail.
Rowdy ghouls, ghosts from various eras, a kindly vampire, and a vigilant werewolf are only a few of the supernatural characters depicted with elegance and wit. He was at the right place at the It was so nice to re-read this book in graphic novel form.
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