Book format: Graphic Novel
Publisher: Sea Lion Books
Eugenie Markham never asked for any of this. Up until now, she's been content with her job as a freelance sharman, battling and banishing Otherworldly creatures. When a prophecy suddenly makes her the Otherworld's most popular bachelorette, Eugenie finds herself fighting off unwanted supernatural suitors, as well as the evils that begin to emerging from her past . . .
A big thanks to Patrick from Sea Lion Books for sending me links to this issue!
When I received an email from Sea Lion Books with links to the latest STORM BORN issue 3 graphic novel, I was very, very excited to review this! Being an obsessed fan of the graphic novel series so far and of Richelle Mead herself, I was super stoked when I finished reading all of this third issue. Not only has the artist upped their game in terms of colourful graphics and wonderful drawing depictions of the characters, but they have also created a really great adaptation of this book series.
I think what I love most about this graphic novel is Eugenie herself. I just love how her character was drawn and her facial expressions are just really spot on! In this issue, unlike the other two I've review here and here, we finally get to meet the beloved king, Dorian. Now I don't know about you guys who've read the book series, but my absolute favourite character is Dorian himself, and while his character was drawn a little different to the Dorian stuck in my head, but the artists still kept his wit about him which I loved. And of course I just had to mention something . . . the COLOURS! With a fast-paced storyline and wonderful character drawings, the colours alone totally blew me away! So two big thumbs up for the artist who drew and inked these graphic novel pages! You are so talented!
Overall if you're a fan of Richelle Mead and of her Dark Swan series, then seriously start reading this graphic novel series.
And here's a little treat for you guys desperately wanting to read this third issue of Richelle Mead's Dark Swan graphic novel. Sea Lion Books has given me the first 6 pages of the third issue for your own viewing . . . so enjoy!