The Great Gatsby as a Comic?

“The Great Gatsby” was never one of my favorite books. By no means was it uninteresting. It simply did not resonate with me on the level that many others claim to have experienced with the novel. With that in mind, I have only read it once, during my early high school years. I also saw the movie adaptation starring Tobey Maguire and Leonardo DiCaprio, but I experienced similar feelings. It simply is not the type of story for me. I am however, incredibly interested in the adaption of the novel that we are reading in class because of its graphic novel nature. I am a huge manga and comic fan, so the idea of a classic novel being adapted to fit this medium intrigues me to no end. So much so that I have already begun looking into it.

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Wyatt Smith

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I am a writer, a streamer, and an English student. I love to play video games, and my favorite one is Warframe!

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