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Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Vol. 1 Hardcover – Mar 16 2010

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Yen Press; 1st Edition edition (March 16 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0759529434
  • ISBN-13: 978-0759529434
  • Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 2.5 x 21.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 192 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #257,882 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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When Isabella Swan moves to the gloomy town of Forks and meets the mysterious, alluring Edward Cullen, her life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn. With his porcelain skin, golden eyes, mesmerizing voice, and supernatural gifts, Edward is both irresistible and impenetrable. Up until now, he has managed to keep his true identity hidden, but Bella is determined to uncover his dark secret... Beautifully rendered, this first installment of Twilight: The Graphic Novel is a must-have for any collector’s library.

About the Author

Stephenie Meyer graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English literature, and she lives with her husband and three young sons in Arizona. After the publication of her debut novel, Twilight, booksellers chose her as one of the “most promising new authors of 2005” (Publishers Weekly). Her website is www.stepheniemeyer.com.

About the Illustrator
Young Kim graduated from Seoul National University with a degree in painting from the College of Fine Arts. She has worked on numerous animation and cover illustration projects and currently makes her home in Yongin, Korea.


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As a fan of all things Twilight, I obviously ran out to buy this graphic novel. The illustrations are beautiful and the details are so intricate. I actually enjoyed the graphic novel presentations of Edward and Bell better than the live action movie ( I wasn't crazy over the casting choices anyways) as they capture the essence of the story itself better. You can even see the sparkle on Edward and the moodiness on Bella! The illustrator is very talented and they did an excellent job adapting the story to graphic novel format. The original novel is broken down into 2 parts. I found volume 2 to be my favourite of the two simply because its when the plot becomes more interesting. An interesting note is that the picture on the cover part 1 and part 2 match to make the complete picture of Bella and Edward on the grass in the meadow. I honestly love the cover so much I would frame the picture in my house
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I received the book today. I'm not a huge fan of Twilight, but I love graphic novels. This one is the ultimate. I love the way the characters are drawn, how some is black and white and others in colour. I've also been fascinated by tales of vampires. Anne Rice had a big impact on me in my younger days. If you like Twilight or just love graphic novels, this one is for you.
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I don't know why so many people hate the Twilight series, but as a guy in his 30's who has a wife that loves the book series, I think it's a great movie (all of them).

The characters are great and the cast does an awesome job portraying them.

No complaints here - even after the 50th time watching it!
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I know many people were disappointed the ten year edition wasn't Midnight Sun, and I hold out on the hope that Stephenie Meyer will finish it one day, for her fans. But I really enjoyed the gender swap. It was a fun way to re-experience one of my favorite books.
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The reason for this books existence seems flawed. The readers thought Bella was weak and got saved too much and so Smeyer gender bent her, so now it's Beau, a guy, that's weak, obsessed and gets saved too much.

The foreword tells us she (Smeyer) got to fix all that was "wrong" with Twilight. But it was clear that Bella being a weak character was an issue with many people. Bella being a GIRL was not a issue. Unfortunately, all that was wrong with Bella's character is simply transferred to Beau. It doesn't make it anymore readable, it's not more relatable for guys, it doesn't show that men can have moments of vulnerability as well.

For me, it was hard to read. Beau is so utterly obsessed with Edyths looks that it's downright creepy. When they kiss, he "attacks" her (Edyths words, not mine.) I'm sorry, but...that's a lot more creepy coming from the perspective of a guy. Maybe it shouldn't be, because you know, Beau can't do crap to Edyth because she's a vampire! But regardless, it is.

Beau eventually stops obessing with Edyths looks, because honestly, everytime he encountered her it's beautiful this, beautiful that. It gets to the point he eventually just calls her a goddess. The thing is, we get to know so much about the characters, that it seems impossible that they could lack depth, but they do. Having Beau be so obsessed with Edyths looks makes him appear very shallow.

It seems that it was misunderstood that Twilight was an unhealthy relationship. Where the characters are not equals, the plot thin, and the main character is so obsessed that it becomes unhealthy. Apparently this was what Twilight was suppose to be about? "The obession and frenzy of first love." But, I don't think that was meant in the same way it happens.
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I had purchased the first volume some time ago and had been anticipating the release of the second volume. The artwork is lovely and since I have all of the Twilight books, movies and some of the cd's, I guess you could say I am a "Twi-fan". I don't know if Kim (the author) will be continuing to do the complete series in graphic novels, but to have the first two is very special - the covers, when placed together side-by-side make a beautiful picture of Bella and Edward in the meadow - lovely. Kim is very talented and I recommend these to anyone who loves the series and also loves this form of art. Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Vol. 2
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Love it big big twilhard fan but am sorry to say that all the graphics don't look like all the characters and I have all the reg books too and all the movies and calenders and everything but very disappointing graphics.
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NOTE: Though LIFE AND DEATH is currently only available as part of the "dual edition" of TWILIGHT's tenth anniversary special, this review only covers the reimagining.

All the Twilight Saga books are worth three stars each. While I don't love them, I've grown more respectful and supportive of their author over the years.

It's fine to write fan fiction and share it with a community. It's fine to even have it published and be paid for it if it's officially licensed (e.g. Kindle Worlds, the many "Star Trek" novels, etc). But if it's unofficial and monetised, then we have bad blood. It betrays the fan community, and it's really shoddy treatment of the author whose work inspired you to write fan fiction based on their characters and their worlds. And even those "pull-to-publish" fan fic writers know they're in the wrong, otherwise we'd never know the character names of Ana Steele and Christian Grey because they would still be Bella Swan and Edward Cullen.

Stephenie Meyer has not yet brought court cases upon those P2P Twific authors. While I wish she would, I don't blame or shame her for not doing so. IT SHOULD NEVER BE ON THE VICTIM TO BRING A STOP TO THE PERPETRATORS' ACTIONS. If you want to blame someone consider the authors, publishers, and purchasers of P2P fan fiction.

And if you're waiting for MIDNIGHT SUN, Stephenie Meyer's retelling of TWILIGHT through Edward's point of view, it likely won't eventuate. She started working on it again, but the very next day news broke of a male retelling of a P2P Twific. Ms Meyer described it understandably as a "flip the table" moment.
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