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Puffin Graphics: Frankenstein

Puffin Graphics Frankenstein Victor Frankenstein a Swiss scientist has a great ambition to create intelligent life But when his creature first stirs he realizes he has constructed a monster Abandoned by its maker and shunned b

  • Title: Puffin Graphics: Frankenstein
  • Author: Gary Reed Frazer Irving Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
  • ISBN: 9780142404072
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Victor Frankenstein, a Swiss scientist, has a great ambition to create intelligent life But when his creature first stirs, he realizes he has constructed a monster Abandoned by its maker and shunned by everyone who sees it, the monster turns on its creator and haunts Dr Frankenstein with murder and horrors to the very ends of the earth Artist Frazer Irving s cinematicVictor Frankenstein, a Swiss scientist, has a great ambition to create intelligent life But when his creature first stirs, he realizes he has constructed a monster Abandoned by its maker and shunned by everyone who sees it, the monster turns on its creator and haunts Dr Frankenstein with murder and horrors to the very ends of the earth Artist Frazer Irving s cinematic and moving portrayal of the doctor and his creation is sympathetic and powerful.

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    1. I thought it was a very adventures. I truly loved the book. There was a lot of action and some sad parts. But overall I think it is a great book to read

    2. Frankenstein The Graphic Novel: The Creature Lives Once More!A Review By: Amelia Interested in more book reviews? Check out my blog Bookworms Unite! (bookwormsunitebookreviews)Who doesn’t know about Frankenstein? The classic horror story is the second most adapted piece of media (behind Dracula) ever! That’s quite an achievement if you ask me! But of course with all the work that’s flooded the media it’s often hard to know where to start. While I was looking for a graphic novel to read, [...]

    3. This comic book adaptation of Shelley’s gothic novel stays faithful to the nested story structure, but eliminates the espistolary style altogether in favor of a simpler and more streamlined narrative about a man tormented by his actions. Captain Walton rescues Victor Frankenstein and the dying man reveals a fantastic tale of his life, and his misbegotten attempts to understand the nature of life and death by playing God. The themes of the power of knowledge, nature vs. technology, and what it [...]

    4. Summary:The story begins with captain Robert Walton who is on a journey to explore the North Pole. Across the thick ice he finds a man laying, he takes him aboard ship and nurses him back to health. The story shifts and the man, Victor Frankenstein, becomes the narrator. When the man wakes up he tells Walton about his creation. Victor was a smart man who studied Chemistry in college and seeked knowledge about life. He spends months creating a creature out of old body parts and one night his crea [...]

    5. victor learn the secret of life and creates a human-like monster using different organ form differnthuman dodies. Alphonse his father writes to victor telling him to come home immediatly,since an unkown person mudered his youngest brother,William JustineMortiz,their housekeeper is falsey accused of the muder of William,and she goes to the jail.Victor knows who the killer is but cannot tell his family or the police.He journey ou to Geneva to meet his girlfriend.when he sees the monster, coming to [...]

    6. If one like stories about a monster, especially one that is made by a scientist who tries to kill it, then this book is for this reader.To begin, the plot of Frankenstein focuses on a man named Victor Frankenstein and the monster. The first major event occurs when Victor Frankenstein creates the monster and brings him back to life. Victor said, “I heard a deep breath a gulping breath and my creation my perfect creation was alive”(p27). Another major event focuses on Victor coming face to fac [...]

    7. I was discussing with a regular library patron that I used to read the comic book versions of classic literature as a child. He loaned graphic novel version of Mary Shelley's classic story. I liked it, but only because I am very familiar with the story anyway. Otherwise, I don't think it's a very good graphic novel. While I know it's hard to adapt a long novel to a short story but to tell the story you shouldn't mention a character, in this case Justine, without giving any clue who she is to the [...]

    8. A horrifying tale brought to visual clarity, this retelling stays fairly true to the original story with little variation, although it is in a briefer form. Irving's portrayal of the monster's desiccated flesh and pitiable attitude convey the story swiftly to the reader. This is a good edition as a quick re-reading of the tale, the black and white illustrations increasing the gothic feel of the story. I would not, however, recommend this as an initial introduction to M. Shelley, since there are [...]

    9. While Victor Frankenstein's narrative easily becomes melodramatic at instances, especially in his times of sorrow (which are rather repetitive, truth be told), I still enjoyed this book greatly. The wording is beautiful and told with a wonderful style that can only be found in books of older age. I definitely recommend reading this book to anyone who enjoys classics.

    10. I love the story of Frankenstein, but this graphic novel really didn't do it justice for me. Yeah, it had the words of the story, but the artwork didn't work for me. It was pretty darkly colored, and it wasn't very detailed which made it hard to enjoy. i get it's a gothic story, but the art could have been dark without ruining the clarity.

    11. A great introduction to a classic story! Leaves the reader wondering who the monster is: the creation who wanted peace and friendship, or the humans who denied him at every turn? The black and white art reminds me of woodblock prints or engravings.

    12. Wow! Love this book. Too bad the movies have completely ruined the story. This book asks the question which is the monster and which is the man in no uncertain terms. It makes one look at ones self and wonder.

    13. Una más que aceptable adaptación del clásico de la Shelley al formato de la historieta, bien sintetizada e ilustrada en blanco y negro con gusto y expresividad por Frazer Irving. Contiene un making of, donde nos enteramos, sorprendidos, que los dibujos han sido realizados con Photoshop.

    14. One of the three boys reading this in my class today shouted, "He killed Elizabeth!" and almost got beat up. This is a great way to introduce the classics before they can read those intricate sentences. Huzzah for Puffin.

    15. Decent retelling of the story, but some of the illustrations were off. Many had big heads and one guy looked exactly the same in all of the pictures.

    16. Not the greatest graphic novel I've read. I was not a fan of the black and white graphics. I know the story is "dark" but really this took dark to a whole new level. Super sad/depressing story.

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