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Sleeping Beauty: The Graphic Novel #2020

Sleeping Beauty The Graphic Novel Once upon a time an evil faerie cursed a young princess On her fifteenth birthday the princess pricked her finger on a spindle and fell into a spell of sleep Trapped behind poisonous thorns and guar

  • Title: Sleeping Beauty: The Graphic Novel
  • Author: Martin Powell Sean Dietrich
  • ISBN: 9781434213938
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sleeping Beauty: The Graphic Novel By Martin Powell Sean Dietrich, Once upon a time, an evil faerie cursed a young princess On her fifteenth birthday, the princess pricked her finger on a spindle and fell into a spell of sleep Trapped behind poisonous thorns and guarded by deadly zombies, only the bravest soul can awaken her Otherwise, she will live forever in eternal slumber.

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    1 thought on “Sleeping Beauty: The Graphic Novel

    1. The illustrations were great and the language was modern I liked that it was closer to the original tale with the 12 13 fairies.

    2. While I love graphic novels, particularly of the dark and twisty variety, this one had one specific section that was so bordering on plagiarism from Disney s version that it was embarrassing Just using synonyms to replace words does not make the sentence your own.Powell s Version The Princess shall indeed grow in beauty and goodness, deeply loved by all who know her But on her fifteenth birthday, she will cut her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and she will die Disney s Version The Pr [...]

    3. We all know the story of Sleeping Beauty, but I loved the small twists to the tale that this graphic novel rendition spun to keep it new and interesting The drawings were incredible unique and drew my eye when I first looked at it I can only compare it to that of Tim Burton The characters have big eyes and the overall feel of the graphic novel is darker.I absolutely enjoyed reading the History of Sleeping Beauty at the end of the book as well as glancing through the discussion questions and writ [...]

    4. The illustrations in this one were so weird I hated the characters eyes, the prince s in particular , and didn t do a good job showing perspective so sometimes I couldn t tell what exactly was happening in a panel Combined with one of the lamest fairy tale stories, this is probably my least favorite of the graphic novels so far.

    5. The story is the traditional telling of the classic with clear, bright illustrations At the end of the graphic novel, the author includes a glossary, a short history of the story, discussion questions, writing prompts, and a website for further exploration.

    6. For the gloomy gothic young reader Nothing remarkable, but a decent effort with a nice glossary in the back.

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