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NEWS | Gail Carriger's Alexia Tarabotti to Become Graphic Novels


Gail Carriger has sold world Graphic Novel rights to the first three books in the Alexia Tarabotti series: Soulless, Changeless, and Blameless, to Yen Press, via her agent Kristin Nelson at Nelson Literary Agency. No word yet on the artist slated for the project or a release date.

Given how colorful and fun Soulless was this series should make a nice transition to the Graphic Novel form depending on how the art is handled. Blameless has just been released and two other books in the series are expected, currently titled Heartless and Timeless. Yen Press recently combined offices with Orbit Books who is also Carriger's English publisher so this seems like a perfect fit and might portend more Orbit books getting transfered to this medium.

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6 comments:

T.D. Newton said...

Very cool. I haven't had a chance to dive into these yet, but a friend of mine highly recommends them.

redhead said...

oh. em. gee.

I WANT THIS!!!

Mad Hatter Review said...

It should definitely be a neat way of telling the story. I'm curious if they'll do it manga style, which is usually only black and white or if they'll go full color. I'm hoping for the color route.

I've only read Soulless so far. I bought Changeless when it came out, but just got it back from my sister in-law who loved the first book and had to borrow it.

Turner's Tokens said...

!!! Awesome! Can't wait to hear who the artist will be!

Anonymous said...

mad hatter: that sounds so AWESOME best news ive heard all day.

should they take more novels from orbit and adapt them, i would so freakin KILL to see a manga adaptation of the NIGHT ANGEL series.

Anonymous said...

it has been confirmed (at the new york anime festival) that it WILL be a manga adaptation.