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Retrieved from ” https: November 05, Format: There are few comic book artists who earn the wide-spread acclaim to the level vernie Wrightson. All these years later I realized I lacked the maturity and patience to appreciate such a powerful and tragic story. Editorials 3 days ago.
Views Read Edit View history. Coll and Edwin Austin Abbey. Through the Eyes of the Monster Van Helsing. But then, it is a timeless, wise warning Shelley delivers in her tale against science going unchecked, only ever driven forward by the question of what is possible, On my re-reading I have to admit, that if I didn’t have such fond memories of my first encounter with this novel years and years ago, I would probably rate it much lower these days.
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Stephen King’s intro gives it props as well. Dec 30, Paul Timler rated it really liked it.
Artist known for his horror illustrations and comic books. But just why is the story bernid a student scientist with good intentions who creates a creature so appealing and enduring?
Brent Morris rated it it was amazing Apr 14, Want to Read saving…. As I have said before, Wrightson is probably my all time favorite comic book artist, and as this volume proves, he ftankenstein to have been born to draw Frankenstein. If you have never read Franksenstein, I would recommend seeking out this edition. Franken Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Frankenstein: Movies 2 days ago.
I give the story 3 stars due to Shelley’s clunky characters and dialogue, but writhtson intriguing glimpse into what it means to be truly alive and relate to your creator. In a new edition was released by Dark Horse Comics for the 25th wwrightson. Kirsten Larson rated it it was amazing Dec 11, For the 25th anniversary of the first edition in Octobera new edition was prepared and released by Dark Horse Comics in an oversized 9″ x 12″hardcover format  scanned from the original artwork, when it could be tracked down.
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Don’t miss your chance to enjoy one of the most talked-about books of the last twenty-five years, Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein. Stunni Shelley’s prose remains as classic and nerve-wracking as ever as she regales us with the tale of an ambitious young man whose attempts at playing god go awry, afar, crankenstein astray, leaving him to pick up the pieces and rage as one does when one loses everything.
I would take three days here, a week there, to work on the Frankenstein volume. Helena Boucher rated it did not like it Jul 03, A few interesting parts, but definitely not a story that held my interest.
Twenty-five years later, this magnificent pairing of art and literature is still considered to be one of the greatest achievements made by any artist in the field. So much to love, so much emotion, and so much at stake. Because there is still a severe lack beernie appreciation for comic book artists today, we felt that something should be done to remedy that. It’s a nice way to enjoy this classic.
Stunningly detailed, shadows and shades run rampant frankenstrin the images, and bring the tortured Frankenstein and his Monster to vivid, graphite-hued life. On my re-reading I have to admit, that if I didn’t have such fond memories of my first encounter with this novel years and years ago, I would probably rate it much lower these days. Retrieved March 5, Kurt rated it it was amazing Sep 05, This edition reprints the full novel by Mary Shelley editionwith illustrations by Wrightson.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Now, Wrightson and Dark Horse Books are collaborating on a beautiful new hardcover edition of the book, published in a larger 9″ x 12″ format intended to show off the exquisitely detailed line art of one of the greatest living artists in comics today.
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I loved the discussion and value placed on science and hopes for it, and found it easy to root for multiple characters in this book, only to watch the horror that befalls them as the stakes rise in Shelly’s masterful writing. Any edition of Shelley’s work will transform the reader, this particular edition sets itself above others, setting a high bar for presentation that reshapes the work into something truly monstrous and truly special.
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