Thursday, February 23, 2006

Review: GRAPHIC CLASSICS -- ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

I used to post a lot of links on this blog to other writing I was doing around the 'net. I haven't done that in a while, but I think I'll get back to it when it's appropriate stuff. Like this review of Graphic Classics: Arthur Conan Doyle.

Mystery fans will be interested in the two adaptations of Sherlock Holmes stories, but did you know that Doyle also wrote pirate stories, thrillers, and science fiction? It's all in there.

2 comments:

Bookgasm said...

Thanks for the nice review! I'm the Rod Lott who adapted "The Case of the Engineer's Thumb" for this edition. Before I was a GRAPHIC CLASSICS contributor with the HORROR CLASSICS volume, I was a huge GRAPHIC CLASSICS fan.

The new Rafael Sabatini edition just came out this week and is even better, in my opinion.

Michael May said...

As I was writing that review, I kept thinking to myself, "Rod Lott... where have I heard that before?" I thought maybe it was from other Graphic Classics stuff, but the next day I visited Bookgasm and the lightbulb went on.

A day or two after that you mentioned the Sabatini volume and I knew for sure you were the same guy.

Anyway, Tom's hooked me up with a copy of that volume and I can't wait to read and review it. Already started talking about it a little on Comic World News: http://www.comicworldnews.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi?column=headlines&page=1100

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