Monday, April 26, 2010

Review: Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1

Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1
by Stephenie Meyer, Young Kim (Illustrator)

 Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1 

 Twilight: The Graphic Novel is one of a small handful of GN I've read.
A couple I've read and enjoyed were Mercy Thompson: Homecoming and Black is for Beginnings.
My GN experience is minimal but let me say that Twilight: The Graphic Novel rocks.
 In fact, I am going to venture off to say that I would love to see the Twilight Saga made into Anime.

Volume One en closely to where Midnight Sun had but instead right after the Meadow scene and
not before.

The images are beautiful and stunning.  Young Kim did a fantastic job.
When I first heard that there was going to be a graphic novel- I was adfraid
the characters would all have an asian flare but that was definitely not the case.
I can see that Young Kim invested time and thought into each character.

A mix between Young Kim's visually stunning representation and the pieces of literature and scenes chosen
for The Graphic Novel paints a complete picture of Twilight.  Well, half of Twilight.

I highly recommend reading the actual series in company with The Graphic Novel.
Entertaining all the books and all the extras will prove to be a great Beach Book!=)
hehehehe, I read it at the beach!

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elizabeth said...

I agree that this book is the perfect beach book! Good idea.

Melissa said...

Now this one I'd love to see made into a movie.

Chas @ LLL said...

Totally! I agree Melissa! and Anime movie would be fab!=)

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