Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel
In 2001, audiences first met and fell in love with a twelve-year-old criminal mastermind named Artemis Fowl. Since then, the series has sold over seven million copies in the United States alone. Now, this phenomenally successful series is being translated into a graphic novel format. Eoin Colfer... show more
In 2001, audiences first met and fell in love with a twelve-year-old criminal mastermind named Artemis Fowl. Since then, the series has sold over seven million copies in the United States alone. Now, this phenomenally successful series is being translated into a graphic novel format. Eoin Colfer has teamed up with established comic writer Andrew Donkin to adapt the text. For the first time, rabid fans will be able to see what Foaly’s tin hat looks like; discover just how “Beet” Root got his name; and of course, follow their favorite criminal mastermind as he plots and connives in action-packed, full-color panels.
Publish date: October 2nd 2007
Pages no: 125
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
Series: Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel (#1)
Honestly, I'm not a huge fan. I never read the original books, so I don't have any background knowledge. Maybe I would have liked the story better if I read it in the traditional format first. As a first-time reader, I found Artemis to be cocky (although as a 12-year old genius, I guess he has the...
Artemis Fowl is a genius, but coming from a criminal family he's going to use that genius for illicit reasons. His curiosity leads him to find a book of the Faerie and he sets about translating it for his own uses. It's an adaptation of the book and it shortens the story but it retains much of the...
*4.35 Stars*The Gush If you've read the novel, then you know what happens. This is a wonderful adaptation of the novel, with the story told with dialogue and thought boxes, and the exposition (details on Fowl's family and life and Fairy information) is set apart as pieces of the psychologist's repor...
The art wasn't always my favorite, but it was a fun read and now I am curious to read the books.
Maybe it's because I already knew the story, but this was kind of boring. Sorry, Artemis.