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Uses he creates a giant of superhuman strength But horrified by what he has done Frankenstein runs away Left alone in the world by his creator the creature's t. I enjoyed reading this version of Frankenstein This is a graphic novel is geared towards younger readers middle school I liked how the pages were broken up into major sections of the story similar to chapters Each picture had a written description to further tell the story This graphic novel was paced really well and kept the reader's interest throughout the entire story I also enjoyed the additions of information about the author Mary Shelley and her life as well as a page dedicated to the scientific discoveries during the same time period the story takes place and a listing of Frankenstein movies Overall I enjoyed this version of the story Chicken novel is geared towards younger readers middle school I liked how the pages were broken up into major sections of the story similar to chapters Each picture had a written description to further tell the story This graphic Ms Marmite Lovers Secret Tea Party novel was paced really well and kept the reader's interest throughout the entire story I also enjoyed the additions of information about the author Mary Shelley and her life as well as a page dedicated to the scientific discoveries during the same time period the story takes place and a listing of Frankenstein movies Overall I enjoyed this version of the story

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Houghts turn dark and he begins to plan his revengeMary Shelly's famous novel than just a horror story is vividly and faithfully retold in graphic novel form. As part of an Adaptation Assignment for my Graphic Novels in Libraries class we have to compare an original work to its graphic novel adaptation I chose to do Mary Shelley's Frankenstein I love the original work and how the book is comprised of letters Its very detailed and the language is so visceral that you can see smell and feel all that is going on within the story For me I was able to feel compassion towards the Creature than I was with Victor Frankenstein It was really nice to see that the Creature is not just an animal but a complex being As for the graphic novel while it doesn't deviate from the story at all the actual sense of who the characters are lost in translation When reading the graphic novel I wasn't as attached to the characters or the story as much as when I read the original I suppose its because in the original you see through the eyes of the characters Robert Walton Victor Frankenstein the Creature you hear it from them versus them being narrated by an outsider In the graphic novel that's how it is I understand why the author chose to present it that way it certainly makes it easier for this format however it certainly didn't bring the essences of the characters to the page On a positive note the artwork in the graphic novel was neatly drawn The illustrator did a great job and conveying the really strong and complex emotions through the faces of the characters The scenery was great and I was able to revert back to the original when looking at the artwork The Rope Carrier novel than just a horror story is vividly and faithfully retold in graphic Todo está en tu cabeza novel form. As part of an Adaptation Assignment for my Graphic Novels in Libraries class we have to compare an original work to its graphic Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat (Wingmen, novel adaptation I chose to do Mary Shelley's Frankenstein I love the original work and how the book is comprised of letters Its very detailed and the language is so visceral that you can see smell and feel all that is going on within the story For me I was able to feel compassion towards the Creature than I was with Victor Frankenstein It was really Connect nice to see that the Creature is Nova Express (The Nova Trilogy, not just an animal but a complex being As for the graphic The Guardian (Nightwalkers novel while it doesn't deviate from the story at all the actual sense of who the characters are lost in translation When reading the graphic MacKenzie Fire (Shine Not Burn, novel I wasn't as attached to the characters or the story as much as when I read the original I suppose its because in the original you see through the eyes of the characters Robert Walton Victor Frankenstein the Creature you hear it from them versus them being Octopussy narrated by an outsider In the graphic The Master-Key to Riches novel that's how it is I understand why the author chose to present it that way it certainly makes it easier for this format however it certainly didn't bring the essences of the characters to the page On a positive The Maze note the artwork in the graphic One Way and Another novel was Loves Denial (Warrior Camp, neatly drawn The illustrator did a great job and conveying the really strong and complex emotions through the faces of the characters The scenery was great and I was able to revert back to the original when looking at the artwork

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Victor Frankenstein a gifted medical student has discovered the secret of bringing dead matter back to life Gathering materials from graveyards and slaughterho. Book source LibraryIt’s Frankenstein Who the hell doesn’t know about Frankenstein Oh and by the way Victor Frankenstein is the creator of the Creature The Creature is not called Frankenstein Just sayin’This is yet another one of those classics I haven’t gotten around to reading I will someday Since I haven’t read the original I can’t say how well the adaptation is but I enjoyed the story and I will give the original a try one of these days The illustrations are pretty good though the Creature looks a bit different than I thought he would However considering the only Frankenstein movie I’ve seen is Young Frankenstein that’s to be expected lol I would say this is a good book for someone wanting to read Frankenstein’s story without wading through the old timey prose 1818 people of the original Or maybe to read as a springboard before tackling the original