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Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel

☆ Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel ↠ Eoin Colfer Andrew Donkin Giovanni Rigano Paolo Lamanna - Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel, Artemis Fowl The Graphic Novel In audiences first met and fell in love with a twelve year old criminal mastermind named Artemis Fowl Since then the series has sold over seven million copies in the United States alone Now th
  • Title: Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel
  • Author: Eoin Colfer Andrew Donkin Giovanni Rigano Paolo Lamanna
  • ISBN: 9780786848812
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel ↠ Eoin Colfer Andrew Donkin Giovanni Rigano Paolo Lamanna, ☆ Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel ↠ Eoin Colfer Andrew Donkin Giovanni Rigano Paolo Lamanna - Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel, Artemis Fowl The Graphic Novel In audiences first met and fell in love with a twelve year old criminal mastermind named Artemis Fowl Since then the series has sold over seven million copies in the United States alone Now th

Artemis Fowl Artemis Fowl is the first book in the Artemis Fowl series It follows Holly Short, a reconnaissance officer of the Lower Elements Police LEP , after she is kidnapped by criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl II for a large ransom of gold with the help of his bodyguard Domovoi Butler and his younger sister Juliet Butler in order to restore the Fowl family fortune. Artemis Fowl Jun , Artemis Fowl Directed by Kenneth Branagh With Michael Rouse, Racheal Ofori, Josh Gad, Ferdia Shaw Artemis Fowl, a young criminal prodigy, hunts down a secret society of fairies to find his missing father. Artemis Fowl Fandom Artemis Fowl is a series of science fiction fantasy novels written by Irish author Eoin Colfer, featuring the titular character, Artemis Fowl II.A teenage criminal mastermind, Artemis captures a Fairy, Holly Short, in the first book and holds her for ransom to exploit the magical Fairy People and restore his family s fortune In the sequel, Artemis Fowl The Arctic Incident, he allies with the Artemis Fowl film Artemis Fowl is a American science fantasy adventure film based on the novel of the same name by Irish author Eoin Colfer.Directed by Kenneth Branagh, from a screenplay co written by Conor McPherson and Hamish McColl, the film stars Ferdia Shaw, Lara McDonnell, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozie, Colin Farrell, and Judi Dench.It details the adventures of Artemis Fowl II, a twelve Artemis Fowl Release Date, Cast, And Plot What We Know Jan , At the end of Artemis Fowl, elf cop Holly Short Lara McDonnell is tasked with investigating a list of Opal Koboi s accomplices, which could set up a sort of video game plot in Artemis Fowl artemis fowl Artemis Fowl Collection Books Set Artemis Fowl Time Paradox Atlantis Complex Opal Deception Arctic Incident Eternity Code Lost Colony The Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl , , et al Jan , . out of stars. Artemis Fowl Artemis Fowl, Book Artemis Fowl, Artemis Fowl Graphic Novel The Fowl Twins Airman Also by New York Times best selling author Eoin Colfer A graphic novel adaptation of Artemis Fowl Readers of all ages can now follow the siege at Fowl Manor between Artemis and the fairies in action packed, full color panels. Artemis Fowl Confidential Fan Site Artemis Fowl and Eoin Matt March , Artemis Fowl News, The Fowl Twins Twins Myles and Beckett, Artemis Fowl s younger brothers, return in their third and most outrageous adventure yet For almost two years, Lord Teddy Bleedham Drye has been plotting revenge against the Fowl Twins, who humiliated him in book one Teddy plans to give them exactly what they Artemis Fowl Chapter The Book Summary and Analysis In the Artemis Fowl universe, there is a population of fairies that live below ground, keeping their existence secret from the human race We will learn about them as the novel progresses, including the different kinds of fairies there are and the kinds of rules that govern their existence. Watch Artemis Fowl Full Movie Disney Artemis Fowl Disney s Artemis Fowl, based on the beloved book by Eoin Colfer, is a fantastical, spellbinding adventure that follows the journey of year old genius Artemis Fowl, a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds, as he desperately tries to save his father who has been kidnapped.

  • ☆ Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel ↠ Eoin Colfer Andrew Donkin Giovanni Rigano Paolo Lamanna
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Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel

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  1. Eoin Colfer Andrew Donkin Giovanni Rigano Paolo Lamanna says:
    Eoin Colfer pronounced Owen was born in Wexford on the South East coast of Ireland in 1965, where he and his four brothers were brought up by his father and mother, who were both educators.He received his degree from Dublin University and began teaching primary school in Wexford He has lived and worked all over the world, including Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Italy After the publication of the Artemis Fowl novels, Eoin retired from teaching and now writes full time He lives in Ireland with his wife and two children.

Comment 145 on “Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel

  1. Laura says:
    A graphic novel version of the first book in the Artemis Fowl series.I was highly disgusted with the illustrations in the book Butler s neck was drawn out of proportion and was a revolting mass of flesh that only made me feel ill Further , the rest of the illustrations, the ones that I had crafted in my head when I had first read the book were NOTHING like the ones in this book Everybody was crudely drawn and uglier then I could have imagined Among the opening chapters was a page that I thought [...]

  2. Alena says:
    I love the Artemis Fowl book series, but in my opinion the heavily stylized artwork of the graphic novel really detracts from the story to the point where I m too busy shielding my eyes from the lumpy, mutated character designs to actually read any of the text.I generally enjoy graphic novels as anyone who has seen my manga and comic book collection can attest , but I find the presentation of this specimen fairly uninteresting For example, looking at the front cover Does this picture make you wa [...]

  3. Rebecca McNutt says:
    I didn t understand the point of this book The main character was completely unlikable A spoiled, pretentious little kid who needs to learn when to just shut up, Artemis Fowl is a terrible main character I kept hoping he d die or get arrested or something Sadly, he doesn t.

  4. Romana (abooknerd13) says:
    My love for Artemis Fowl knows no end 3

  5. Katrina says:
    Overall I really liked this book I understood that the characters features would be exagerated as they are in many GNs and so I was only slightly disappointed in the artists depictions My biggest complaint about the characters was the portrayal of Butler I alwasy saw him as a huge guy but with slightly finesse and style I was also a little shocked by the sexyness of Holly Our very first view of her is in a tank top that is falling off and boyshorts and our second is of her in the shower with a [...]

  6. Kathryn says:
    Who knew Butler is blond, Artemis is near anorexic skinny and Julius is, well, gray I loved the visuals that a graphic novel can give a book to make it come alive While the graphics are amazing, the story hasn t changed, in fact, it looses a lot of its depth because it is so short The two best things about the Artemis Fowl books are the sharp dialogue and rounded characters, and both of these qualities are lost in the graphic novel Because I am already a huge fan of Eoin Colfer and the Artemis F [...]

  7. Reading is my Escape says:
    Artemis Fowl Graphic Novel Honestly, I m not a huge fan I never read the original books, so I don t have any background knowledge Maybe I would have liked the story better if I read it in the traditional format first As a first time reader, I found Artemis to be cocky although as a 12 year old genius, I guess he has the right to be and irritating All he cared about was money, it seemed And his evil plan was to steal the money by kidnapping a fairy and holding him for ransom I can see this story [...]

  8. Sooraya Evans says:
    Fairies and elves from a magical realm with technology beyond the human world still needed time to hack into Interpol s database Haha Some agencies get too much credit.Overall, this book is surprisingly entertaining.I loved the color work and the twist at the end.

  9. Stacey Kym says:
    Artemis Fowl The Graphic Novel could have been better Like extremely better Having read the series and knowing how it goes did ruin what I thought of the graphic novel because the novel itself was SO GOOD Like incredibly, amazingly, stupendously good Artemis Fowl is a complicated character who was quite attractive and intelligent in the novel In the graphic he just looks like a weirdo with an even weirder hairstyle And acts as if he is only a criminal and not the child prodigy that he is The gra [...]

  10. Noah says:
    As many times as I ve read the source material, I ve never actually gotten around to reading the graphic novels Needless to say, this didn t disappoint It was every bit as amusing as the book.

  11. Andy says:
    Ich mag Artemis Fowl und der Comic hat mir Spa gemacht zu lesen Wer des Englischen nicht m chtig ist, wird hier betr bt sein Es ist nur der erste Teil als Comic auf Deutsch erschienen.

  12. Celine says:
    Summary Based on the children s book or YA Artemis Fowl, this graphic novel follows a child genius trying to kidnap a fairy for ransom What I liked I used to absolutely love the Artemis Fowl books, and read them all when I was about nine or ten Since that s quite a while ago now, I had mostly forgotten about the details of the story and it was lovely to revisit my childhood hero who doesn t want to be an extremely intelligent criminal mastermind This graphic novel doesn t seem to pre suppose any [...]

  13. Soobie can't sleep at night says:
    I read Artemis Fowl back in high school That means or less fifteen years ago I actually loved him than Harry Potter and it was one of the first books I ve read in English as well as in Italian Think about it for a moment It was, let s say, the year 2000 was something that existed only in the US the only way to get books in English was to actually go to an English speaking country But yeah, you could find something here and there but those books were soooo expensive Artemis was one of those few [...]

  14. L-Crystal Wlodek says:
    In 2001, the Artemis Fowl novel was published As a result of the novels popularity, Artemis Fowl has been transformed into a graphic novel format Through this graphic novel, readers will be able to see and experience the underground fairy world, examine Foaly s inventions, and follow their favorite character as this graphic novel is action packed and is designed with full color panels Even though this graphic novel is action packed and I am a big fan of the original novel, I did not particularly [...]

  15. Rebekah says:
    Artemis Fowl The graphic novel by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin is about a boy named Artemis Fowl, a twelve year old who is one of the greatest criminal masterminds of the century After the mysterious disappearance of his father, Artemis tries to save his family s declining fortune Once he finds out that fairies exist, he begins to search for fairy gold In search of fairy gold, he finds that he might need to hold a fairy hostage in order to find it Artemis tells the fairies that he will release [...]

  16. Catherine says:
    GRAPHIC NOVEL REQUIREMENT Ok, so I loved this graphic novel I d read the original Artemis Fowl series, and so for my graphic novel requirement I thought it would be interesting to read this version to compare It s a little bit upsetting to see some characters depicted so differently than I had pictured them, but I think the plot of the story fits perfectly with this genre Artemis Fowl, twelve year old evil genius, has discovered the book of Faerie and decides to kidap a member of the faerie mili [...]

  17. Julie Decker says:
    I read the non graphic novel version of Artemis Fowl and reviewed it here , and while I loved that story, this graphic novel didn t capture the same feeling Having visuals was nice, but on top of the descriptions not matching the book s descriptions in some cases most notably Holly, who seems whitewashed and traditionally feminine than described , it pushed the story toward being action oriented than I like Artemis also doesn t come across as the arrogant, brilliant character he does in the bo [...]

  18. Amy says:
    I finished but did not much like the original book of Artemis Fowl, but as a graphic novel, it is waaaayyyy cool When I first saw that they turned it into a GN I thought it would be a great hook to get kids into the whole series NOW, I m hoping they just go ahead and GN all the books in the series Excellent art can do amazing things to a story When a teacher friend walked into the room where I was reading this today, I didn t even look up Wow, she said, You re really in the ZONE.

  19. Emmanuel hidalgo says:
    I m still reading this book i know half of the story already so this boy named Artemis from mafia and holly fairy so they are going to stop the goblins from taking over the world also the leprocons are trying to help the fairies to stop them also holly was risking Artemis life for him because she wants to have Artemis and his dad back together because his dad is missingd holly is thinking in her mind why am i helping Artemis if hes a top criminal of the Mafia and hes only 17 yrs old.

  20. Jenell says:
    It s the first of Artemis s adventures translated into graphic format It s great for getting into the series, great for review, great addition to any AF collection, basically it s a great book.The graphic is astonishing, being different, sort of sketchy and georgeously coloured It s nice to see other people interpretions of these wonderful characters.However, if you read this but not the novel, I advice you to read it I imagine it not working well as a standalone piece.

  21. Dina says:
    This is a 5 star rating from someone who has never read the actual book but now wants to Not sure how it holds up in comparison, but I thought this was extremely well done and entertaining Can t keep it on the shelves in the Children s Room where I work either, which is the highest praise, I suppose.

  22. Ryan says:
    I ve listened to, or read, all the Artemis Fowl books So picking up the graphic version just made sense It s a great way to take in the first Fowl story Solid depictions of the characters make it fun to look at and read Plus it s a super fast read I like to read slowly, especially when I ve got pictures to look at, and I was finished with this thing in an hour or so.

  23. Erin says:
    This was a nice visual experience after having read the other books in the series It was interesting to see the interpretations of the characters, though some were not even close to what I pictured Who would have thought Mulch Diggums could be cute I d recommend reading the original first, as this one is somewhat abridged.

  24. Sophie Van der beke says:
    Ik heb dit boek ooit gekocht omdat ik in de graphic novel fase zat Het os zeker niet slecht maar heb al veel betere gelezen De tekeningen zijn erg donker en ik kon het verhaal ook maar moeilijk volgen.

  25. Miss Clark says:
    Though interesting to see what the characters were envisioned to look like, I cnnot say that the style of the book enhanced my experience of the story, even though I ve enjoyed comic book stories before, but always with stories that I have read exclusively in that format.

  26. Mauri says:
    Probably only got as far as realizing that Butler was being portrayed as a hulking white man with a neck like a gorilla before chucking this across the room My mental image has always been a bit dapper

  27. Shira Karp says:
    I thought this was a nice graphic novel interpretation of the first book Although Butler looked VERY different than I ever pictured him Obviously quite a lot was cut out, but I thought it was done very well so the story still made complete sense and the art in this book was also very nice.

  28. Kirsten says:
    I had earlier read this book in its text form and loved it This was a lot of fun, as I could see what the different fairy types would look like Though, I did think that the Artemis and his bodyguard would look a little different.

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