Tag Archive for Lloyd S. Wagner

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

While I think that it’s great that publishing companies are trying to get the younger generation more interested in reading, I am generally not a fan of re-working/re-writing classic literature for a younger audience. My worry, along with the worries…

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…

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,…