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Artemis Fowl the Arctic Incident Graphic Novel

Artemis Fowl


No. of pages 128

Great for age 8-12 years
This is a stunning graphic-novel adaptation of the megaselling Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident. It is adapted by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin. It covers art by Giovanni Rigano and colour by Paolo Lamanna. Someone has been supplying Class-A illegal human power sources to the goblins. Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon Unit is sure that her arch-enemy, thirteen-year-old Artemis Fowl, is responsible. But is he? Artemis has his own problems to deal with: his father is being held to ransom and only a miracle will save him. Maybe this time a brilliant plan just won't be enough. Maybe this time Artemis needs help..."Reads like the fastest, punchiest comic strip you've ever come across". (Daily Telegraph). "Artemis is a brilliant creation". (Anthony Horowitz). "Fast-paced, tongue-in-cheek, with some laugh-out-loud jokes. Smart and page-turning". (The Sunday Times). Eoin Colfer is the bestselling author of the Artemis Fowl series, Half Moon Investigations, The Supernaturalist, Airman and The Legend of ...books. His brilliant new series, WARP, is out now. Eoin lives with his family in Ireland.Andrew Donkin is an enormously experienced graphic novelist and the author of over forty books for adults and children, including Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight for DC Comics.


This book is part of a book series called Artemis Fowl .

This book has been graded for interest at 8-12 years.

There are 128 pages in this book. This is a comic book.

Robert Dunbar said of Eoin Colfer's first novel, BENNY AND OMAR (an instant number one bestseller in Ireland), "A wonderful book, absolutely hilarious. " Giovanni Rigano has won many awards for his illustrations and is a regular at comic festivals across Europe.

This book is in the following series:

Artemis Fowl
Follow the adventures of twelve-year-old villain Artemis Fowl -the most ingenious criminal mastermind in history.

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