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Sunday, October 15, 2006 

Jack London gets told in graphic novel format

Here's a newsletter I got from Graphic Classics, that announces the company's adaptation of some of Jack London's stories in comic format:

Mount Horeb, WI
October 13, 2006


Eureka Productions is pleased to announce the publication of the revised second edition of GRAPHIC CLASSICS: JACK LONDON, the fifth volume in the GRAPHIC CLASSICS series of comics adaptations of great literature.

GRAPHIC CLASSICS: JACK LONDON is completely revised, with more than fifty pages of new material. New to this edition are adaptations of "The Red One" illustrated by Mark A. Nelson and "The Wit of Porportuk" by Filipino artist Arnold Arre. Plus a new comics adaptation of "To Kill a Man" by Greek illustrator Kostas Aronis, and a completely redrawn "That Spot" by England's Nick Miller. Returning from the previous edition are "A Thousand Deaths" by J.B. Bonivert, "Jan, the Unrepentant" by Hunt Emerson and six more thrilling stories. With a dramatic new cover by Jim Nelson.

GRAPHIC CLASSICS: JACK LONDON is available in bookstores, comics shops, or direct from the publisher at

Edited by Tom Pomplun
Published October 2006, Eureka Productions
Distributed by Diamond Book Distributors
(ISBN13/978-0-9746648-8-0) (ISBN-10/0-9746648-8-X)
144 pgs, 7 x 10", paperback, b&w, 4c cover, $11.95
Well now, that's nice. It's been years since I read such classics of London's as The Call of the Wild, which my dad may still have in his book collection, but this could certainly be interesting.


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