Some of the world's best stories are retold in these graphic novels. Well known villains and heroes take new shape while staying true to their original characters in these revised stories that range from medieval England to the pirate haunted South Seas....
|Title||:||The Invisible Man|
|Number of Pages||:||408 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Invisible Man Reviews
I love this book becouse is about a man the came to this city and when to a hotel he always had a maskhe like to make a potion to make him self invisible and he got on a fight and he took of his nose and he when to jail.
this book is the best book i have read is just so interesting and if you take your time reading it you would understand the book
Interesting take on the tale. Glad I had read the original, but it might be enough to entice a kid into reading the real tale later in life.Man of extreme hubris experiments until he makes himself invisible. Begins to go mad or is already part way there. Thinks he can do no wrong, and he kills because nothing should stop him from his experiments.
A really good adaptation of one of H.G. Wells finest books.
Not the best novel by Wells, but a classic nevertheless
Fun for kids but so abridged that it didn't make complete sense.