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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel Format Kindle

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Revue de presse

'a perfect way to enjoy an admirable collision of earnest Regency dialogue and zombie splatter-fest' --Gq

'This graphic novel adaptation keeps all the dramatic thrills and sharply observed social codes without stinting on the gore' --Metal Hammer

'Tony Lee and Cliff Richards have delivered a finely-crafted adaptation' --Shelf Abuse

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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER-NOW AN EYE-POPPING GRAPHIC NOVEL OF MANNERS, MORALS, AND BRAIN-EATING MAYHEM It is known as "the strange plague," and its unfortunate victims are referred to only as "unmentionables" or "dreadfuls." All over England, the dead are rising again, and now even the daughters of Britain's best families must devote their lives to mastering the deadly arts. Elizabeth Bennet is a fearsome warrior whose ability with a sword is matched only by her quick wit and even sharper tongue. But she faces her most formidable foe yet in the haughty, conceited, and somehow strangely attractive Mr. Darcy. As the two lovers meet in the ballroom and on the battlefield, they'll soon learn that nothing-not even bands of ninjas, hordes of flesh-eating zombies, or disapproving aunts-can stop true love.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 80091 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 176 pages
  • Editeur : Del Rey (3 avril 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00BZ4709Y
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Par Lin le 16 janvier 2013
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Ce n'est pas mal du tout. Le dessin est dans le style viellot noir et blanc. L'histoire est très déjantée mais sa base sur des valeurs sures.
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HASH(0x8d5c963c) étoiles sur 5 A zombie in possession of brains... 18 mai 2010
Par EA Solinas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Everybodu knows about "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" -- Jane Austen's classic comedy of manners, zombies and ninjas, blah blah blah. Unfortunately, the book doesn't really translate well into a graphic novel -- it falls completely flat because of the patchy editing and some of the laziest artwork I've ever seen, which ends up confusing an otherwise enjoyable spoof.

You know the drill: the Bennett family is in an uproar when wealthy Mr. Bingley moves into the neighborhood, and Mrs. Bennett is especially happy when he takes a liking to the eldest Bennett daughter Jane. At the same time, Elizabeth matches wits with the haughty Mr. Darcy, rebuffs her toadyish cousin Mr. Collins, and befriends the hunky flirty Mr. Wickham (who claims to have been wronged by Wickham). Scandals, weddings and nasty old bats ensue.

However, this isn't exactly the Jane Austen story one would expect. England is overrun by a plague that turns people into shambling zombies. The Sisters Bennet are deadly Shaolin-trained warriors (Lizzle "has something more of the killer instinct than her sisters"), Lady Catherine is a feared zombie-slayer with an army of ninjas, balls are crashed by the undead, and Charlotte Lucas accepts Mr. Collins' proposal after she's infected by the zombie plague. I guess marriage to the professional toady isn't quite as bad as becoming a zombie.

"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" was the start of the current ongoing fad for adding zombies, sea monsters, werewolves, vampires and other horror tropes to classic literature. It actually seems like a really cool idea for a graphic novel, but unfortunately the result is a hastily slapped-together cash-in -- and the biggest problem is the artwork.

The concept is still pretty cool, and of course the dialogue is pretty hilarious ("I prefer a great many things to cards, Mr. Hurst. Not the least of which is the sensation of a newly sharpened blade as a punctures the round belly of a man"). But the editing is rather patchy, jumping quickly from scene to scene.

And the artwork is just TERRIBLE. The character designs look realistic and well-proportioned, and there are some very gross action scenes included. BUUUUUUUTTTT.... the artwork is abysmally lazy and halfhearted -- it literally looks like somebody started sketching out the artwork in pencil, decided, "Eh, this is good enough. I'll just release these rough sketches," and slapped together the graphic novel on the spot. It literally looks unfinished! Would it have killed the publishers to include some ink?

Additionally, both men and women look way too similar -- Lizzie, Lydia and Mrs. Bennett (yes, Mrs Bennett!) are almost identical, and I have trouble telling Darcy from Bingley or Wickham. I can only tell Jane apart from the other girls because she has dark hair, and Charlotte because she... well, never mind.

"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel" is as disappointing as Sir William's zombie-slaying abilities -- while the story is diverting, the haphazard artwork is absolutely disastrous. Avoid this as you would the unmentionables.
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HASH(0x8e234108) étoiles sur 5 Pretty Decent 15 juillet 2010
Par Tiney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm a Pride and Prejudice fanatic and I had to have this for my collection. It follows the Pride and Prejudice and Zombies novel quite well and it was fun to see it in graphic novel form.
HASH(0x8d5812d0) étoiles sur 5 Ok - Kind of On the Fence 22 mai 2011
Par Talvi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I hadn't read the book from which this is adapted - just picked up the graphic novel out of curiosity and because I've enjoyed Austen's works in the past.

The artwork was ok - there's a clear homage to 1960s Modesty Blaise black and white comics in there. Scenes are very busily drawn, the women are almost too beautiful in that 60s/70s photojournalistic way: large breasted, big full lips, serious mien, and a lot of hair. In fact, if you want to know how the art is in this graphic novel, do a search on the net for Modesty Blaise and you'll get the idea.

There might be perhaps too much of an attempt to adapt the book: scenes are choppy and the book does lack flow. Emotion is completely lost and people act almost irrationally: typical for an abridged version of any large book. But I did get the idea of the book from which it was written (and from THAT book's original Austen work).

I have to wonder if this would have been more interesting in a glossy color sort of way rather than the vintage 1960s Dick Tracy/Modesty Blaise treatment. The down-to-earth realism of the drawings are kind of at odds with the fairy tale nature of the story. A tongue in cheek quirky book is given a dead serious and even boring rendition seems kind of a shame.
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HASH(0x8d15b660) étoiles sur 5 Review of Pride and Prejudice, The Graphic Novel 19 juillet 2010
Par Ryan Mease - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Note: I haven't read either the original work by Austen, or the novel with Zombies.

I genuinely enjoyed this take on Victorian Britain, and what I assume to be a pleasing satire of Jane Austen's original novel. As I read, I worked to construct possible parallels that might cover for original pieces of Austen. The comic is funny, consistent, and (thanks to Austen) features great characters and a fitting end.

I don't understand why they didn't bother to ink the comic. Does Jane Austen really need to be in black and white? Also, this is a very talky comic, with plenty of dialogue on every page; I prefer something more fast-paced, though you may prefer the detailed plot an adaption like this offers.
HASH(0x8d15b6a8) étoiles sur 5 Odd Pacing. 18 mai 2012
Par Kat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book is a good introduction to Jane Austen's works, especially if you prefer looking at pictures. Some Austen fans even consider it a funny parody. However, it is very jarring to see characters act proper one page and savagely killing zombies next.

It also suffers artwork-wise because
-the Bennet sisters suffer from sameface
-the characters only have 3 expressions
-the illustrations have little role other than showing who is talking

Story-wise, it suffers from
-too much verbal exposition
-certain characters being softened (notably Wickham and Darcy)
-being historically inaccurate

If you read Austen books and look for another parody, then read this book. However, I do not recommend it.
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