WEFOUNDGraphic Classics: Edgar Allan Poe (3rd edition)


Graphic Classics is a comic book anthology series published by Eureka Productions of Mount Horeb, Wisconsin . Graphic Classics features adaptations of literary classics by authors such as Arthur Conan Doyle , H. P. Lovecraft , and Edgar Allan Poe , with art by top professionals, many of whom hail from the underground or alternative comics world. Created and edited by Tom Pomplun , the series began publication in 2002 .

Designed for ages 12 and up, 22 of the Graphic Classics volumes have been included in Diamond Comic Distributors list of recommended books for the American Library Association 's Common Core Standards curricula. [1]

Graphic Classics was an outgrowth of Rosebud , a literary journal co-founded by Pomplun which also included comics. In 2002, Pomplun left Rosebud to start Graphic Classics. [2] Because of budget restrictions, one of the first decisions Pomplun made was to restrict adaptations in the series to works in the public domain (e.g., those published before 1923). [2]

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This edition succeeds on many levels, providing awesome illustrations as well as a fabulous introduction to the strange, satirical, and horrific writings of an almost forgotten American author. Ambrose Bierce stands out as one of the best titles in an already strong series, sure to appeal to readers looking for insight into a most unusual mind. --Booklist

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Graphic Classics is a comic book anthology series published by Eureka Productions of Mount Horeb, Wisconsin . Graphic Classics features adaptations of literary classics by authors such as Arthur Conan Doyle , H. P. Lovecraft , and Edgar Allan Poe , with art by top professionals, many of whom hail from the underground or alternative comics world. Created and edited by Tom Pomplun , the series began publication in 2002 .

Designed for ages 12 and up, 22 of the Graphic Classics volumes have been included in Diamond Comic Distributors list of recommended books for the American Library Association 's Common Core Standards curricula. [1]

Graphic Classics was an outgrowth of Rosebud , a literary journal co-founded by Pomplun which also included comics. In 2002, Pomplun left Rosebud to start Graphic Classics. [2] Because of budget restrictions, one of the first decisions Pomplun made was to restrict adaptations in the series to works in the public domain (e.g., those published before 1923). [2]

Graphic Classics is a comic book anthology series published by Eureka Productions of Mount Horeb, Wisconsin . Graphic Classics features adaptations of literary classics by authors such as Arthur Conan Doyle , H. P. Lovecraft , and Edgar Allan Poe , with art by top professionals, many of whom hail from the underground or alternative comics world. Created and edited by Tom Pomplun , the series began publication in 2002 .

Designed for ages 12 and up, 22 of the Graphic Classics volumes have been included in Diamond Comic Distributors list of recommended books for the American Library Association 's Common Core Standards curricula. [1]

Graphic Classics was an outgrowth of Rosebud , a literary journal co-founded by Pomplun which also included comics. In 2002, Pomplun left Rosebud to start Graphic Classics. [2] Because of budget restrictions, one of the first decisions Pomplun made was to restrict adaptations in the series to works in the public domain (e.g., those published before 1923). [2]

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This edition succeeds on many levels, providing awesome illustrations as well as a fabulous introduction to the strange, satirical, and horrific writings of an almost forgotten American author. Ambrose Bierce stands out as one of the best titles in an already strong series, sure to appeal to readers looking for insight into a most unusual mind. --Booklist

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