Tag Archive for Campfire Graphic Novels

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

French professor Pierre Aronnax is a marine biologist in a time when the study of the ocean is seen by most as a novelty, at best. Hired by the American government to investigate rumors of a gigantic ship-destroying sea monster,…

Don Quixote Part II

The Campfire Classic series of comics, which adapts famous pieces of classic literature into graphic novels for young readers, sets its sights on Miguel de Cervantes’ immortal classic, Don Quixote. In this second volume, Don Quixote finds himself at home…

Moby Dick

Moby Dick by Herman Melville is a classic in western literature. At over 900 pages long it is also a large commitment to take on. Campfire Graphics has condensed this to a mere 88 richly illustrated pages. And done quite…

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol is one of the most well-known Christmas stories with its ghosts, redemption scene, and Christmas spirit. This graphic adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale stays true to that original story. Ebenezer Scrooge is a crotchety old man…

The Prisoner of Zenda

Rudolf Rassendyll, brother of Lord Burlesdon, is classic Brittish nobility — he can ride, hunt, sword fight, and be polite to monarchs. He also has a bit of a questionable past. There is a story told in the family that,…

Harry Houdini

Harry Houdini is as much of a conundrum as his many tricks. He was an illusionist who hated dishonesty. He was a magician who didn’t believe in magic. He was, at the height of his fame, one of the most…

The Time Machine

Way, way back in the dark ages of comics history – well, what comics collectors actually call the Golden Age – there used to be a company called Classics Illustrated. For thirty years this company took literary classics and made…

The Hound of the Baskervilles

Few settings evoke an eerier mood than the wild moors of England. Often shrouded in fog, they are speckled with bogs and mires that can suck unsuspecting passersby to their dooms. So, when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle set The Hound…