The Invisible Man (Classics Illustrated Graphic Novels 2)
Publish date: June 24th 2008
Pages no: 56
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 19th Century
Universal Studios and Claude Rains' Invisible Man will always be the Invisible Man to me, but I enjoyed finally reading the original story. In the novel Griffin is a brilliant scientist obsessed with the nature of color, optics to be exact. As an albino he's faced a lot of discrimination, which perh...
I was going to open by saying that this was a lot darker than some of Wells' other books that I have read, but when I consider The Time Machine and War of the Worlds I somehow feel that it was a part of his style. Despite that, I do actually consider that this book is somewhat darker and in a way fe...
“A method by which it would be possible, without changing any other property of matter—except, in some instances colours—to lower the refractive index of a substance, solid or liquid, to that of air—so far as all practical purposes are concerned.”“You make the glass invisible by putting it into a li...
A scientist invents a invisibility drug and slowly goes mad. Chaos ensues!I read this as part of a colossal Invisible Man group read. We're all familiar with the basics of the tale. For a story written before R'lyeh sank beneath the waves, it was surprisingly readable.So a scientist named Griffin in...
This is a buddy read with the following people:Jeff, Stepheny, Anne, Tadiana, Dan 2.0, Jess, Delee, Dan, Alissa, Steve, Will, Christopher, Licha, Miriam, Jenna, Auntie J, Ginger, and Carmen. Please let me know if I missed anybody. A mysterious man came to an inn of a quiet and quite backward Sussex ...
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