Graphic Discworld Novels

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CJDobs

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Who's Wee Dug said:
I take you will give them the PB to read 1st or are you going to be brave n foolhardy with the firsts. ;) :( :)
If any of them ever showed an interest in reading, I'd happily share the frist editions! Sadly, even though me and the wife read all the time, none of our three boys have taken to it at all - still i've got some hope left with the youngest aged 9. I was 11 before I discovered how good books could be . . . . (it was Jack Higgins 'The Eagle has Landed' and Robert Leesons 'The Third Class Genie' that started it all for me!).
 

james.a.vivian

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#42
I've only just read guards guards, like it. I'll definitely read and collect the rest.
 
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#43
I found the graphic paperback of The Light Fantastic at a car boot yesterday for 50p. :laugh:
 

Werewolf87

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What is the artwork like in CoM and LF? Never had a chance to look into those. I recently saw the GG and Mort comics but the drawing style was so hideous that I didn't buy it.
 

Werewolf87

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That's a bit small to see any details, anything bigger anywhere? I'm very choosy about comic art styles, I don't want to throw my money out for bad use of anatomy and color theory.
 

Tonyblack

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#51
Werewolf87 said:
That's a bit small to see any details, anything bigger anywhere? I'm very choosy about comic art styles, I don't want to throw my money out for bad use of anatomy and color theory.
Can't help you any more than that I'm afraid. If you go to Amazon and search there they have a 'look inside' feature, but it looks inside different versions of the books. :rolleyes:
 

The Mad Collector

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