Artemis Fowl

Artemis Fowl Cover

Artemis Fowl

The Graphic Novel

By Eoin Colfer; Andrew Donkin; Giovanni Rigano (Illustrator); Paolo Lamanna (Illustrator)

Disney-Hyperion, Hardcover, 9780786848812, 112pp.

Publication Date: October 1, 2007

Description

In 2001, audiences first met and fell in love with a twelve-year-old criminal mastermind named Artemis Fowl. Since then, the series has sold over seven million copies in the United States alone. Now, this phenomenally successful series is being translated into a graphic novel format. Eoin Colfer has teamed up with established comic writer Andrew Donkin to adapt the text. For the first time, rabid fans will be able to see what Foaly's tin hat looks like; discover just how "Beet" Root got his name; and of course, follow their favorite criminal mastermind as he plots and connives in action-packed, full-color panels.



About the Author

Eoin Colfer is the New York Times best-selling author of the Artemis Fowl series, Half Moon Investigations; The Supernaturalist, Eoin Colfer's Legend of Spud Murphy and Legend of Captain Crow's Teeth, and The Wish List. He lives in Ireland with his wife and two children.


A talented, young Italian comic artist named Giovanni Rigano will be illustrating the book. Giovanni has illustrated many graphic novels, including the DAFFODIL series by Frederic Brremaud, several Incredibles graphic novels, and more. Paolo Lamanna is the colorist. He also did the color work on DAFFODIL.









Praise For Artemis Fowl

Adapted from the fantasy book of the same name, this graphic novel is beautifully illustrated and should prove an enjoyable read to fans and newbies alike. Diabolical 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl is troubled by his father's disappearance, his mother's descent into madness, and the depletion of the family wealth. Determined to solve at least one of these problems, he hatches a brilliant plan to crack the secrets of the fairy world. Excellent use of color and shading gives the panels a tremendous sense of light with enchanting effect. Characters are expressively brought to life with fun, exaggerated style. A great addition is the inclusion of "files" from the fairy police force, with mug shots of criminals/monsters.—SLJ