Twilight the graphic novel volume 1 online
A reading from Twilight: The Graphic Novel
Twilight Graphic Novel Volume 1
This week saw the release of the first "Twilight" graphic novel, in which Korean artist Young Kim adapts Stephenie Meyer's novel for the benefit of the comics-reading public, and I've got to admit that I am all for this. And on that front, they've succeeded: It's a very nice-looking hardcover, sporting high-quality paper stock, a size and design that'll fit in well on bookstore shelves, and a very pretty cover by Kim of Bella lounging around a meadow that I'm absolutely sure will link up with a similar shot of Edward on the second volume to make a whole image. Which leads to the art, and again, Kim does a fantastic job with it. She's not a miracle worker and this is still "Twilight," and there's no amount of artistic skill that's actually going to make Meyer's story good , but a lot of what's lousy about the novel plays to the strengths of a comic. There are pages upon pages of "Twilight" that are devoted to Bella standing around, staring longingly and having long, interminably boring internal monologues, but Kim's good enough to convey much of what Meyer's writing is trying to get at through the art alone. As a result, a lot of the repetitive, cloying introspection gets dropped to create a more streamlined story, and for what doesn't get cut, there's still Kim's art to look at.
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