Graphic Horror: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Deliciously dark like a box of Black Magic chocolates. Gothic scares in creepy art that ramps the fear dial up. It’s one of the world’s most famous tales of terror. The last word in fear. But now it’s not just words. This brand new retelling of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde brings you 160 pages of spine-tingling excitement in dramatic colour pictures, plus short and readable text. What’s especially great is that this adaptation uses plenty of the original text, so you really get a feel for Robert Louis Stevenson’s terrifying classic. Total fear on every page. Enjoy. (We dare you.)

  • A timeless Gothic horror classic in a stunning graphic format
  • With brand new colour art by accomplished illustrator Robert Smith
  • Short captions/speech bubbles abridged from the original texts
  • Substantial 160-page book which really captures the spirit of the original

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    Robert Louis Stevenson was the author of classic tales of adventure including Treasure Island.

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