Canterbury Classics Have Released Four Stunning Graphic Novels From Classic Stories Titled Dark Tales

We recently received these four books through the post and we loved the look of them from the minute we opened the package. Canterbury Classics are bringing these amazing classic stories to a whole new audience in the form of graphic novels under the series Dark Tales.

The stories that have been transformed into this version are Jeanne-Marie Leprince’s “Beauty and the Beast”, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Hound of the Baskervilles”, H. P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu”, and Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen”.

Each of them have been illustrated by different artists, Pete Katz illustrated “Beauty and the Beast”, Dave Shephard illustrated both “The Hound of the Baskervilles” and “The Call of Cthulhu”, and Emilie Majarian illustrated “The Snow Queen”.

We’ve already started reading these and we absolutely adore the content inside. The graphic images paint the story as we read what the characters say. We love the storytelling of the graphic novel, it’s unique compared to the previous graphic novels we have read and really immerses us into the story world. Look out for our reviews of each of the books below, in the coming weeks. For your convenience, we will link each of the reviews under the images as they are published.

Beauty And The Beast

Check out our review on this Beauty And The Beast Graphic Novel here.

The Hound Of The Baskervilles

The Call Of Cthulhu

The Snow Queen

All four books were released on March 22, 2018. We are beyond excited to read them and give you our book reviews. So far, we completely enjoy the content inside and we’re pretty sure you will too. Find out more on the books on the official website.

What do you make of Canterbury Classic’s Dark Tales graphic novels? We hope you love the covers as much as we do. Contact us on Facebook or Twitter, and tell us your thoughts on these books.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

26-year-old writer, blogger, author and journalist. Graduated from Staffordshire University in 2015. I write under the name Critic Jonni, on my blog. I also write for Channillo, The Coffee House, Outlet Magazine, SPECTRUMM, and CelebMix. Follow me on Twitter @CriticJonni

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