Wall Street Journal—x2!
Click through to “When Great Literature Collides with Cartoons” to see Barbara Chai’s post, the deets on the Rubin Museum launch, and the gallery featuring
- “The Faerie Queen,” by Edmund Spenser. Adaptation by Michael Stanyer. Art by Eric Johnson.
- “Hot Sun, Cool Fire,” by George Peele. Art/Adaptation by Dave Morice.
- “King Lear,” by William Shakespeare. Art/Adaptation by Ian Pollock.
. . . And while we’re on the topic of “The Faerie Queen,” here is a video of Michael Stanyer introducing the graphic novel The Counterfet, inspired by this Edmund Spenser poem: