Friday, August 29, 2014

Jules Verne, Part 36

(Continued from Jules Verne, Part 35)


Completely separate from the regular comics section, Bank Street Classics made its debut in February 1990 with "Gulliver's Travels".  Appearing sporadically between then and November 2001, the series managed to present 25 adaptations of "classic" stories, each narrowed down, incredibly, to a mere  
16 PAGES apiece!!  The first 19 of these had art by Ernie Colon, while the rest were by Dan Spiegle or Mike Vosburg.

Ernie Colon tended to use a fairly "cartoony" style for most of the early adaptations, although at some point the coloring began to be more ornate.

BOYS' LIFE   (March 1995) 
Adaptation by Seymour Reit  /  Art by ERNIE COLON
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Don't miss the 2nd half of this story!

(Continued in Jules Verne, Part 37)

Copyright (C) 1995 by Bank Street College Of Education
     Created in collaboration with Boys' Life magazine

Raw scans from the Boys' Life / Wayback Machine website
Restorations by Henry R. Kujawa

For more:
Visit the Bank Street College Of Education website
Read the Bank Street College Of Education page at Wikipedia
Read the Ernie Colon page at Wikipedia!
Visit the Ernie Colon Unlimited blog!
Visit the Ernie Colon Facebook page!

See the JOURNEY overview!
See Edouard Riou's illustrations for "JOURNEY" at the Tom's Place site!
Read the Norman Nodel JOURNEY adaptation at the Tom's Place site!
Watch the 1st episode of Filmation's JOURNEY cartoon!
Read the Ernie Colon JOURNEY adaptation!

See the 20,000 LEAGUES overview!
Read the Ernie Colon 20,000 LEAGUES adaptation!
See the MYSTERIOUS ISLAND overview!  

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