Nice art: Faith Erin Hicks explains A Wrinkle in Time

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The Madeleine L’Engle classic gets a new look in this adorable comic.

Via Tor.com

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  1. Meg has back pockets on the front of her pants.

  2. Torsten Adair says:

    Before Harry Potter, there was Meg Murry.

    For the official graphic novel, visit:

    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/wrinkle-in-time-madeleine-lengle/1100128524?ean=9780374386153&itm=1&usri=978-0374386153

    And for more awesome:
    “A Wrinkle In Time” was the first book adapted to the “90-second Newbery” video contest, sponsored by James Kennedy.

    I saw it last Saturday, at the 50th Anniversary celebration of AWiT. It, like all videos in the series, was filmed and acted by children.

  3. Faith Erin Hicks is the source of much goodness.

  4. Thanks for the mention of the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival, Torsten Adair! And if anyone wants to see that 90-second version of “A Wrinkle in Time,” here it is online:

    http://90secondnewbery.com/

  5. These books totally blew my mind when I was a kid. I recently found a copy of it while cleaning out my storage shed (check out my blog to find what else I found in there — sorry, couldn’t resist the plug). It’s been sitting on a table with a stack of books for almost a year. I keep seeing it out of the corner of my eye and keep thinking about picking it up to reread it. Now I may just have to do that… Oh, and I may look for this comic, too.

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