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Twilight: The Graphic Novel
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Author Stephenie Meyer
Cover artist Young Kim
Country United States
Language English
Series Twilight
Genre(s) Young adult, fantasy, romance
Publisher Yen Press
Publication date Volume 1: March 16, 2010
Volume 2: October 11, 2011
Pages 224
ISBN 9781907411281
Followed by New Moon: The Graphic Novel

Twilight: The Graphic Novel is a graphic novel based on the first book of the Twilight Saga. It is published by Yen Press. Volume 1 was released on March 16, 2010, with an initial print run of 350,000 copies.[1] Volume 2 was released on October 11, 2011.

Plot

Volume 1

The graphic novel follows closely with the first book. It uses direct quotes from the book, while shortening some scenes or omitting them all together.

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It starts off with Bella telling the preface, describing James about to kill her. Then it shows her moving from Phoenix to Forks. Her life begins when she meets Edward Cullen, and they begin a romantic relationship at the end of the book, awaiting its continuation in the second volume.

Volume 2

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Volume 2 cover
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The second novel is the continuation of the first, starting off where Edward spends the night at Bella's house before introducing her to the rest of his family.

James, Victoria and Laurent appear in this novel. James catches Bella's scent at the baseball field and plans to kill her for sport. Eventually, he is killed by Edward's family.

Edward takes Bella to prom at the end of the volume.

Collectors edition

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Collecto's edition cover
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A collector's edition has been published in October 30th, 2012.

Cover art

The covers were designed by Asian artist Young Kim.

External links

References

  1. Tina Jordan (2010-01-20). Exclusive: Twilight, The Graphic Novel. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved on 2010-01-27.


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