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Pride and Prejudice: The Comic

Maybe it's not as revolutionary as Twittering one's novel, but Marvel Comics has quite a trick up its sleeve, according to a story by Bill Radford in The (Colorado Springs) Gazette: On April 1, it's allegedly releasing a five-part adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

I say "allegedly" because that April 1 date makes me nervous, but Radford writes that Nancy Butler is writing the adaptation and was the one who suggested a more girl-friendly comic. (Marvel has previously released adaptations of Treasure Island, The Last of the Mohicans and The Three Musketeers.) Check out the full story if you're curious.

I confess: I will absolutely read this. What about you?


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