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Wed
May 11 2011 4:27pm
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The Martian Chronicles Graphic Novel (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury

The Martian Chronicles by Ray BradburyPlease enjoy this excerpt from the forthcoming graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles, written by Ray Bradbury and drawn by Ron Wimberly, out July 19th from Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux.

The Earthmen came by the handful, then the hundreds, then the millions. They swept aside the majestic, dying Martian civilization to build their homes, shopping malls, and cities. Mars began as a place of boundless hopes and dreams, a planet to replace an Earth sinking into waste and war. It became a canvas for mankind’s follies and darkest desires. Ultimately, the Earthmen who came to conquer the red-gold planet awoke to discover themselves conquered by Mars. Lulled by its ancient enchantments, the Earthmen learned, at terrible cost, to overcome their own humanity.

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Wed
May 4 2011 2:50pm
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Something Wicked This Way Comes Graphic Novel (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury

Something Wicked This Way Comes graphic novelPlease enjoy this excerpt from the forthcoming graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes, written by Ray Bradbury and drawn by Ron Wimberly, out July 19th from Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux.

In this classic tale Cooger and Dark’s Pandemonium Shadow Show howls into Green Town, Illinois, at three in the morning a week before Halloween. Under its carnival tents is a mirror maze that steals wishes; a carousel that promises eternal life, in exchange for your soul; the Dust Witch, who unerringly foresees your death; and Mr. Dark, the Illustrated Man, who has lived for centuries off the misery of others. Only two boys, Will Halloway and Jim Nightshade, recognize the dark magic at work and have a plan to stop this ancient evil—that is, if it doesn’t kill them first.

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Tue
Oct 20 2009 1:00pm
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Fahrenheit 451, Part 5 (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury and Tim Hamilton

Tor.com is pleased to offer the fifth and final part of Tim Hamilton’s graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, published by Hill & Wang, for your reading pleasure.

In addition to the hardcover and trade paperback editions, Hill & Wang has also put together a pretty cool iPhone app version, which is worth checking out. 

In the meantime, enjoy the read!

Tue
Oct 13 2009 1:00pm
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Fahrenheit 451 Part 4 (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury and Tim Hamilton

Tor.com is pleased to offer the fourth part of Tim Hamilton’s graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, published by Hill & Wang. Every Tuesday over the next two weeks, Tor.com will post the entire work, for your reading pleasure.

In addition to the hardcover and trade paperback editions, Hill & Wang has also put together a pretty cool iPhone app version, which is worth checking out. 

In the meantime, enjoy the read!

Tue
Oct 6 2009 1:00pm
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Fahrenheit 451 Part 3 (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury and Tim Hamilton

Tor.com is pleased to offer the third part of Tim Hamilton’s graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, published by Hill & Wang. Every Tuesday over the next three weeks, Tor.com will post the entire work, for your reading pleasure.

In addition to the hardcover and trade paperback editions, Hill & Wang has also put together a pretty cool iPhone app version, which is worth checking out. 

In the meantime, enjoy the read!

Tue
Sep 29 2009 1:00pm
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Fahrenheit 451, Part 2 (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury and Tim Hamilton

In celebration of Banned Books Week, Tor.com is pleased to offer the second part of Tim Hamilton’s graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, published by Hill & Wang. Every Tuesday over the next four weeks, Tor.com will post the entire work, for your reading pleasure.

In addition to the hardcover and trade paperback editions, Hill & Wang has also put together a pretty cool iPhone app version, which is worth checking out. 

In the meantime, enjoy the read!

Sat
Sep 26 2009 12:33pm
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Fahrenheit 451 Part 1 (Excerpt)

Ray Bradbury and Tim Hamilton

Today, in celebration of the start of Banned Books Week, Tor.com is pleased to offer the first part of Tim Hamilton’s graphic novel adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, published by Hill & Wang. Including a new foreword by Bradbury himself, the graphic adaptation of Fahrenheit 451 is a striking work of art that expertly captures the now-classic story of Guy Montag’s awakening to the dangers of censorship. Fahrenheit 451 remains a very relevant book today, and this graphic adaptation is sure to introduce this seminal work to new readers. Starting this Tuesday and every Tuesday over the next four weeks, Tor.com will post the entire work, for your reading pleasure.

In addition to the hardcover and trade paperback editions, Hill & Wang has also put together a pretty cool iPhone app version, which is worth checking out. Over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be showcasing some video interviews with Bradbury himself, where he talks about the journey of his novel from prose to panel, and we’ve also got some nifty Fahrenheit 451-related giveaways planned, so keep an eye out.

In the meantime, enjoy the read!