Frankenstein by Mary Shelley #2020

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley By Sergio A. Sierra Meritxell Ribas Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Author Sergio A Sierra and illustrator Meritxell Ribas reanimate Mary Shelleys classic tale Traumatized by the death of his mother young Victor Frankenstein vows to discover the secrets of life and d
  • Title: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
  • Author: Sergio A. Sierra Meritxell Ribas
  • ISBN: 9780766040847
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Frankenstein by Mary Shelley By Sergio A. Sierra Meritxell Ribas Author Sergio A Sierra and illustrator Meritxell Ribas reanimate Mary Shelleys classic tale Traumatized by the death of his mother, young Victor Frankenstein vows to discover the secrets of life and death He assembles a monster from parts of corpses and uses electricity to bring it to life Horrified by what he has done, Frankenstein abandons the creature, who is met byAuthor Sergio A Sierra and illustrator Meritxell Ribas reanimate Mary Shelleys classic tale Traumatized by the death of his mother, young Victor Frankenstein vows to discover the secrets of life and death He assembles a monster from parts of corpses and uses electricity to bring it to life Horrified by what he has done, Frankenstein abandons the creature, who is met by fear, rejection, and violence wherever he goes He learns to loathe himself and his creator and sets out to destroy everyone Frankenstein loves.
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    About "Sergio A. Sierra Meritxell Ribas"

    1. Sergio A. Sierra Meritxell Ribas

      Sergio A Sierra was born in Barcelona, on 1975 and studied Classical Philology He collaborated as a senior writer in the M s Ciutat and Ciutat Nord newspapers Afterwards he worked as a specialized fantastic oriental writer at the online review section of Scifi and Scifiworld newspaper He has written and made the child s tale of Pincel de Zorro scratchboard illustrations by Meritxell Ribas, published from Ediciones Ondina 2007 After that he made a colaboration with El Hambre, un agujero infinito a short script, drawing by Unai Ortiz de Zarate for terror magazine Cthulhu 2 from Di bolo Ediciones 2008 Frankenstein o El Moderno Prometeo an adapted script from May Shelly s Frankenstein , scratchboard illustrations by Meritxell Ribas from Parramon 2009 and has been published in France Petit Petit , Brasil Editora Arx and USA Enslow Publishers Pergamino, el Hijo del Cazador de Libros a child s novel with Scratchboard illustrations again with Meritxell Ribas His last work has been with Vicens Vives publisher as adapter of three classics Pussy on boots , The three pigs and Pinocho.

    103 thoughts on “Frankenstein by Mary Shelley”

    1. Unable to listen to the original, I hoped this would be the cure Alas, this is even worse stiff prose, difficult font, immature art I liked Frankenstein before all this, but I m afraid his monster stock has crashed.


    2. Nueva revisi n en vi etas al mayor cl sico de Mary Shelley que destaca por una interesante propuesta gr fica, muy deudora del grabado al menos en su aspiraci n est tica , y un guion que respeta en lo posible la premisa original.


    3. A fairly drab adaptation of an established classic Frankenstein adaptations are legion, with most making the initial error of assuming the source material must be made accessible to contemporary audiences Unfortunately this is almost always executed through dumbing down the text So from the outset the adaptation assumes the reader to be less intelligent than they actually are Adults also error in assuming younger readers also need things simplified and rendered dumber in order to be understood [...]



    4. No tengo palabras, me encantan las ilustraciones, las frases tan exactas, tan completas, es hermosa esta novela gr fica, mejor que cualquier adaptaci n de esta novela.


    5. I never read Mary Shelley s novel and tend to favor Mel Brooks parody film version over anything else I ve ever read or seen I loved this book first because of the black and white drawings which were spectacular They remind me of the Brian Selznick drawings in Hugo and Wonderstruck Its amazing how much emotion can be carried in a black and white drawing.Secondly I loved the book because they story is different than the ones portrayed in some of the movies I ve seen It is holds true to Mary Shell [...]


    6. Granted, it has been a while since I have read watched Frankenstein but this graphic novel is not what I remembered it to be like I liked the philosophy behind the story, how the story had depth inside it, it wasn t just an entertaining story his story had to offer I remember the story being composed of Frankenstein, his horrific life was centerstage, his terror reigned and his master was puzzled In this graphic novel, the author showed us the other individuals who are a part of Frankenstein s [...]


    7. The original was quite a mass of gushy prose, making it a bear to convert to a graphic novel Sierra does a decent job of taming the wordy beast while the art by Ribas has a unique gothic feel to it I would recommend it mostly for the art but it s still a decent read.It s a very high contrast black and white graphic novel, I recommend a printed version.


    8. The book took me a bit of effort to understand and I needed a lot of focus but this was only due to the old time style of writing The book focuses not only the horrendous monster that is Frankenstein but Victor Frankenstein who created the monster.


    9. Je n avais jamais lu la quatri me de couverture, je n en avais qu entendu parler vaguement, mais sans plus Je pensais que c tait un livre horreur , c est pour cela que je ne l ai pas d couvert avant Mais franchement, j avais faux sur toute la ligne.J ai ador cette histoire, et comme dit plus haut, j ai pris un grand plaisir d couvrir ce classique, et tre surprise, puisque je ne m attendais pas cela Il y a un d but tonnant, le d but se passe d ailleurs au pr sent , puis il y a des flashback, le r [...]



    10. Frankenstein is a scary, grim, tale of consequnces of peoples actions Author Mary Shelly, is the author of the graphic novel Frankenstein The genre of the book is Sci Fi graphic novel In this graphic novel, the artwork was all black and white It wasn t detailed at times, and the drawings could really make a test tube or other object stand out Also, some of the pictures zoomed in on peoples faces because their expressions are important The story takes place in Geneva Switzerland, here Dr Frankens [...]


    11. Review from Neal s Take for Steph s Stacks by Neal BrowneThis is not just a rewrite of Mary Shelley s original Frankenstein It is a deep dive into the psyche of the creator, Dr Frankenstein Frankenstein by Mary Shelley depicts the turmoil he has and how he handles this responsibility and explains how Dr Frankenstein should be held accountable for his actions Sergio A Sierra does a great job making the reader believe this fantasy could actually have been possible, and Meritkell Ribas s illustrati [...]


    12. This graphic novel is a simple retelling of a classic story The text includes the major highpoints of the story unfortunately, there was no mention of the charnel house The framing of the novel is retained as well, making the graphic novel rendering a quality replica of the original Language within the story is kept simple, allowing for a high level of readability, especially in lower level readers The black and white panels, there is no color, adds an ominous tone to the story Don t let the sim [...]


    13. Not it s not the original Frankenstein but old English style novels sure do tend to get boring Elitist writers and fans of literature would probably say that reviewing this isn t even real reading Old English to graphic novel Well here s to polarizing change I guess The graphic novel obviously follows the plot of the original Frankenstein, which means while typical for gothic horror a la Dracula and the original Frankenstein and the writing still being in old English, the graphic part of the nov [...]


    14. I d like to give this 2.5 stars, because it s really not great The original source material is superb, of course, and the pacing is good But the artwork is murky and awkward The scenes from Victor s childhood are appropriately adorable, but the faces don t change much when the characters become adults, and even the demon looks like a teddy bear There s a heavy influence of childish anime style here, and it doesn t really work.The darkness is fitting, I suppose, but it feels like too much When Vi [...]


    15. Ayer, antes de dormir tom con curiosidad esta novela gr fica y no la pude dejar hasta que la termin.Me la top hace meses por casualidad junto a otros tomos de la misma colecci n y el nico en blanco y negro resultaba ser ste Me llam la atenci n el arte de Meritxell Ribas y de vez en vez lo hojeaba para admirar las ilustraciones, incluso lo llev al estudio para mostrarlo a mis compa eros pero no fu sino hasta anoche que me decid a leerlo No pude parar hasta terminarlo, la adaptaci n de Sergio Sier [...]


    16. While this has definitely been shortened, all of the important plot points have been left alone and it helps move the narrative quickly along The artwork is as if anime was mixed with a dash of Tim Burton with large eyes, long bodies, a bit macabre and quirky beauty Told only in black and white, the shadows play a big part in the story and the detail is lovely Some panes look as if they were done as woodcuts, the lines and angles are so perfect An interesting original addition to the many interp [...]


    17. El libro en general me gust bastante Las ilustraciones y la edici n en general me parecen muy buenos elementos para esta novela gr fica.Le dar a 5 estrellas peo tengo mis reparos porque siento que se aleja del sentido de la obra original pues me sucedi que sent m s empat a por V ctor Frankenstein que por su criatura y cuando le a la novela de Shelley me paso todo lo contrario, entonces he quedado con esa sensaci n rara de que no es lo que hab a le do antes hace 10 a os ya.


    18. This was way better than the actual book I don t know if it was because it was much concise or if it was just because it held my attention Either way, this version was interesting to me than the original.


    19. Wellis was totally unlike any Frankenstein movie I ve ever seen I don t know if I ll ever pick up Shelley s version, but at least I can envision something other than Abbott Costello The artwork is wonderful gothic and spooky.




    20. I love it Mary Shelley was a genius to write a story within a story I personally feel that Victor is the true monster Oh, and the ending was absolutely perfect.



    21. Une bd sombre avec des graphismes vraiment chouettes Un ouvrage r ussit au point de vouloir vraiment lire le roman originel.


    22. Me ha gustado mucho la adaptaci n El dibujo de Meritxell es soberbio Te atrapa y no puedes dejar de leerlo.


    23. The art is striking at first, but unfortunately after so many pages it starts to become a bit same y I really loved the original book and I think this didn t have nearly as much punch.




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