My complete 24-page comic-book adaptation of the poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T.S. Eliot (Click on images to enlarge). To those who have asked me where they can find this in print: The comic only exists online for the time being, but I am currently in the process of looking for…
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"Graphic novels have become an essential component of library collections for both children and teenagers, and they have enormous potential for classroom use. This page compiles graphic novel information and resources to help you learn more about this genre of publishing for youth."
ART SPIEGELMAN, the renowned graphic novelist behind “Maus” (1986, 1991), proved that comics can be expansive and nuanced enough to capture the stories of movements, peoples and nations. “Maus” depicted the experiences of his parents at the hands of the Nazis, including their imprisonment at Auschwitz.
I remember reading books that had long descriptions. Some writers do love to describe. JRR Tolkien, for instance, is one of those fantasy gurus who created a world that is beyond our . . . no, not imagination—the conceptions of the elves, ogres, goblins, etc. had already existed inside our small vocabulary boxes before Tolkien's words pierced through our thought bubbles and gave birth to an Orc and a world beyond our, yes, expectation.
“Innovation can be expensive so it is helpful when you know that what you are doing is driven by demand, that people are potentially interested in it. We didn’t develop this for the sake of having something new, but as a way to add more value that people wanted to what we were already doing.”
The Classical Comics versions are great. If you want to try before you buy, go to their website, where various Acts from a number of plays can be downloaded.
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