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November 20, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 194

Being a compulsive reader, you might have read almost all the popular books available at your nearest library or bookstore. There is no dearth of interesting novels and workbooks in the market. But, have you ever come across your much-loved novels in the form of comic illustrations? If not, then you can now enjoy reading your favorite characters in graphic novels and Indian comics.

A few book shops are now stocked with finest collection of comic works and graphic novels. When purchasing books, make sure to collect the following legendary books:

· Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare's most popular play, Romeo and Juliet can be found in the form of comic strips. The book with graphic illustrations and attractive texts carries the power to enchant the readers. Different genres have been maintained to add tension between tragedy and comedy. The story-telling technique creates an imaginary world of love in the mind of its readers.

· The Three Musketeers

Written by Alexandre Dumas, The Three Musketeers is a popular novel of the 17th century. The world-famous French author has dramatically explained the characters of his novel including d'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, Aramis, Constance Bonacieux and others. Young d'Artagnan reached Paris and falls in love with the beautiful Constance Bonacieux, the Queen Anne's linen maid. His dream of becoming a musketeer got mingled with his love saga. If you feel like exploring the novel, then make a quick move to purchase the latest edition of The Three Musketeers in the form of a colorful graphic novel.

· Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela, the former President of South Africa requires no introduction. Being the voice of the people worldwide, he is man who sacrificed his days and nights for the well-being of thousands of people across the nation. You can now read the great deeds of Mandela in the graphic novels. The biography of Nelson Mandela is going through a high demand. Make decision to get one for yourself before it runs out of stock.

· Gulliver's Travel

Apart from entertaining readers, comic books are now educating people with the understanding of classic literature. Therefore, Gulliver's Travel workbook stands to be a perfect example to promote visual literacy among the comic book fans. Each image Interplays with its related part of the story, thereby attracting readers till they reach to the completion of last line in the book.

· The Merchant of Venice

This tragic story by William Shakespeare is now being re-introduced in the industry of Indian comics. The graphic images depict dramatic scenes of this popular novel. Each character including Antonio, the merchant of Venice and his friends has been illustrated in the simplest manner.

Besides the above mentioned comic books, there are a lot more titles which offer worth-reading experience. Apart from classic stories and biography of leading personalities, the arena of funny book publication also covers the mythological legends. For instance, you might find books with the saga of mythological characters like Sita, Ravana, Ekalavya and Dronacharya etc. The stories are described in a dialogue form and each interesting scene carries its pictorial representation.

So, get set to enhance your knowledge by reading comic books of interesting titles.

Campfire is a book publisher which is located at Delhi, it provides all type of comic books, classic novels and Greek mythology series and biography book.

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