Graphic Adaptation of Robin Hobb's The Farseer





Thanks to Gillossen from http://www.elbakin.net/ for the "heads up!"

Laurent Sieurac posted a few sample pages of the upcoming French graphic adaptation of Robin Hobb's first trilogy. On this last page, you can see the Fool, King Shrewd, Prince Regal, Prince Verity, Burrich and Molly.

8 commentaires:

Anonymous said...

Not so sure I like it - looks a bit too "classic".

Mervi said...

Thanks for sharing these pages with us. It looks quite good. :) (I am of course spreading the word further by blogging this at my Hobb site and linking to your article.)

Jebus said...

Ergh, looks bloody awful! Transferring a novel of such introspective detail and complexity would be damned hard, let alone three!
I'm not a fan of graphic novel adaptations of novels anyway, so maybe I'm biased.
To each their own though.

Shawn C. Speakman said...

Glad Robin's work is spreading beyond books. Perhaps it will gain her a broader audience in the end, bringing more people to her work.

Canthilde said...

Ca manque de couleurs, je trouve ! J'aurais préféré un style Thorgal... C'est drôle, à la lecture, je fantasmais beaucoup sur un dessin animé Assassin Royal (peut-être parce que la lecture me semblait longuette par moments).

Nettle said...

To Canthidle:
I can't speak French but did you say there would be an anime of Royal Assassin?

CLAWS said...

Hi, will this be released in english? If so when?

Mycroft said...

Nettle was just dreaming about an anime.

As for an english, the books being published by Soleil, which made a deal with Marvel, a release could be possible.