Oscar Wilde's Work Comes To Life At Marvel

I'll admit I never read this.  Has anyone out there?  I've heard it's a good read.  Little weird but good once you get into it. 

A young man’s quest for immortality takes a dark and dangerous turn in one of the most terrifying gothic horror stories, but if the name Dorian Gray doesn’t ring a bell, there’s one comic you must experience this December-- Marvel Illustrated: Picture Of Dorian Gray #1 (of 6). Adapting Oscar Wilde’s controversial novel exploring the very depths of the human experience, legendary writer Roy Thomas teams with penciling sensation Sebastian Fiumara and fan favorite cover artist Gerald Parel for a story that challenges the status quo. A piercing look into the soul of a young man consumed by avarice, this series will leave your jaws on the floor with its shocking twists, turns and revelations.

“There’s nothing like Picture Of Dorian Gray in comics today,” said David Gabriel, Marvel Senior Vice President Of Sales & Circulation. “This is one of the most socially relevant tales of our time. If you missed out on Dorian Gray in high school, or perhaps aren’t familiar with the novel, this is a can’t-miss limited series for you!”

Fiumara’s lush pencils bring this gothic horror thriller to life like it’s never been seen before! Marvel Illustrated: Picture Of Dorian Gray #1 leaves you on the edge of your seat, challenging everything you believe!


MARVEL ILLUSTRATED: PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY #1 (of 6) (SEP072168)
Written by ROY THOMAS (BASED ON THE NOVEL BY OSCAR WILDE)
Penciled by SEBASTIAN FIUMARA
Cover by GERALD PAREL
Rated T+ …$2.99
FOC—12/6/07, On-Sale—12/28/07


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