Neil Gaiman’s “The Graveyard Book” to become a graphic novel
Neil Gaiman’s bestselling book “The Graveyard Book” is being adapted into a graphic novel:
P. Craig Russell and a posse of other artists are hard at work adapting Neil Gaiman’s 2008 children’s novel The Graveyard Book into graphic-novel form.
Russell has worked with Gaiman on a number of adult comics, including several issues of The Sandman and the standalone story Murder Mysteries, which will be reissued in a new edition later this year. While he is supervising this adaptation, each chapter will be done by a different artist; the roster includes Jill Thompson, creator of Magic Trixie and Scary Godmother, who has also collaborated with Gaiman on the Sandman series.
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