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Campfire Graphic Novels Catalogue 2010

  1. 1. Mission Statement inds oung m e ducate y d books tain and trate To enter g unique illus s, to tin an value us, by crea stories of hum nd nt arou to recou the world s of u riosity in s of great deed arouse c ire by tale sp and to in le people. ab unforgett
  2. 2. Campfire Titles The 3 Musketeers The Call of the Wild 400BC: The Story of the Ten Thousand The Wind in the Willows Frankenstein The Prisoner of Zenda Gulliver’s Travels Alice in Wonderland Legend: The Labours of Heracles Stolen Hearts: The Love of Eros and Psyche The Wonderful Wizard of Oz King Solomon’s Mines The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Kidnapped Treasure Island Robinson Crusoe The Dusk Society Don Quixote - Part 1 The Time Machine The Invisible Man A Journey to the Centre of the Earth The Master of the World 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Kim The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc The Prince and the Pauper The Land that Time Forgot The People that Time Forgot The Lost Continent The Swiss Family Robinson Harry Houdini A Christmas Carol Moby Dick The Hound of the Baskervilles Also available in Hindi 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Treasure Island The Hound of the Baskervilles
  3. 3. THE 3 MUSKETEERS ALEXANDRE DUMAS Thre Three is an odd number… r When d’Artagnan leaves for Paris, his aim is to become one of the king’s Musketeers. However, d’Artagnan hasn’t considered the threats he will face from the evil Cardinal Richelieu and his spy, known simply as ‘Milady’. This graphic novel adaptation brings to life the adventures of d’Artagnan and the three Musketeers in a new and exciting way. 978-93-800281-9-4 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available THE CALL OF THE WILD JACK LONDON Survival is about adapting… When a young dog is kidnapped from his comfortable s omfor b e fort lifestyle and loving master, he is thrown into the harsh o arsh h and freezing life of a sledge dog. If he is to survive rv the cold and unforgiving winds of the snow-capped mountains of the Yukon, he will have to summon strength he didn’t realise he had. 978-81-907829-8-2 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  4. 4. 400BC: THE STORY OF THE TEN THOUSAND LEWIS HELFAND Fort n favours the bo d Fortune favours the bold… rtun v r They ere a They were an army of one hundred thousand men y m hire hired to overthrow the King of Persia, but that was days red verthr the rth ago. Now their leader are dead, their numbers have g heir e ders fallen to ten tho sand and nothing remains but fear. to ten thou They have become men praying not for victory, but for the slim chance of survival. 978-93-800281-3-2 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS KENNETH GRAHAME No sight makes a man tremble more than seeing Mr e than eei an Toad behind the wheel of a car… One day, Mole meets Ratty by the river. The two of them T w o m become close friends, and spend their tim row ng in a time ow owin boat by the river. But then they make the mis ake of mista o visiting Mr Toad, who drags them into a dangerous adventure. 978-93-800280-9-5 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  5. 5. FRANKENSTEIN MARY SHELLEY A And so begins the battle between father and son... begins the b egin U Using his formidable science skills, young Victor h Frankenstein begins to assemble a being from scavenged and stolen body parts. Once he has fathered a son created by his own science, Victor rejects him. Eventually, the creature that Victor gave birth to mounts a campaign of revenge against his creator. 978-93-800280-4-0 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE PRISONER OF ZENDA ANTHONY HOPE This exciting adventure-romance story sees an English e ngl s hero, Rudolf Rassendyll, leave a comfortable life in able ab i London to travel to the mythical land of Ruritania. a When Rudolf arrives in Ruritania, someone notices that he bears a striking resemblance to the man who is about to be crowned king. And this is when his problems begin... 978-81-907829-2- 9 2-0 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  6. 6. GULLIVER’S TRAVELS JONATHAN SWIFT Nothi s Nothing is more entertaining than the journal of a mad thin man… man… A thou Although nearly three hundred years old, this witty ough e nove make novel makes fun of politics and corruption in a way vel kes that l that will amuse readers now, as much as it did then. h Follow Gulliver’s voyages as he meets talking horses, countries that float in the air, and people no bigger than his thumb. 978-81-907829-7-5 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available ALICE IN WONDERLAND LEWIS CARROLL A world where anything can happen… … Alice was just an ordinary girl: imaginative, curious and tive, urio ou n thirsting for adventure. She was an ordinary girl, that is i l h is, until she found herself transported to a place that was anyt ything but ordinary. After fa falling down a mysterious rabbit hole, Alice enters a world of magic that is ruled by a vicious queen. 978-93-800280-0-2 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  7. 7. LEGEND: THE LABOURS OF HERACLES RYAN FOLEY Thei rst istake The r firs mistake was to assume he would give up… stak Heracles had Heracles had a beautiful home, a loving family, and a a reputation as a great soldier. But when he was rep hypnotised into committing a terrible crime, he could only atone for his sins by completing ten impossible tasks. Follow Heracles as he battles vicious monsters and defies the gods. 978-81-907326-4-2 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available STOLEN HEARTS: THE LOVE OF EROS AND PSYCHE RYAN FOLEY A romantic tale of myths and legends… s When Aphrodite, goddess of beauty, becomes jealous comes ea ou e ealo of a young girl called Psyche, Eros, the god of love, is ve, ve s dispatched to carry out a plot against her. Eros’s loyalty to Aphrodite is tested when he falls in love with Psyche. He tries to win her affections while concealing his true identity. But will love conquer all? 978-81-907829-9-9 9-9 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available
  8. 8. THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ L FRANK BAUM Some mes e earch Sometimes we sea h for what is already within us… meti a The Tin Man, The Tin Man the Scarecrow and the Lion are looking for courage, intelligence and a heart, but the only thing for co Dorothy wants is to find her way home. When they learn that a powerful wizard may be able to grant all their wishes, Dorothy and her friends set out to find him. 978-93-800280-7-1 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available KING SOLOMON’S MINES H HENRY RIDER HAGGARD A treasure that lies waiting to be found… In the hot and exotic lands of Africa, there is a prize that has been hidden from men’s eyes for centuries. Its location has eluded the greatest explorers in the world. n That is unti Allan Quatermain, an English adventurer ntil living in South Africa, is recruited by the English u aristocrat, Sir Henry Curtis. en 978-81-906963-5-7 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  9. 9. THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Some mes good Sometimes goo and evil go hand in hand… meti To the publi Dr Jekyll is an upstanding member of the public, ubl the ommunity who is never too busy to say hello. the comm h But when it appears that he is providing shelter to the horrific Mr Hyde, an entire community is devastated. In a story where all is not as it seems, what is Dr Jekyll really concealing? 978-93-800280-6-4 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available KIDNAPPED ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON It took an epic journey to get back to where he st rted here started from… Arriving at his uncle’s house, David Balfour expects a ects ec good meal and friendly conversation. Instead, he is jailed, kidnapped and lost at sea. All that David wants is to return home and exact revenge, but the path that leads him there is fraught with danger. 978-93-800280-8-8 8-8 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  10. 10. TREASURE ISLAND ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON A secret that men would kill for… cret t e o d Life changes for Jim Hawkins the day a mysterious sailor walks into his father’s inn. The sailor, Billy Bones, possesses a secret which is in great demand. As Jim discovers when Billy Bones dies, the secret is actually a map which indicates the whereabouts of hidden treasure. 978-81-907326-5-9 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available ROBINSON CRUSOE DANIEL DEFOE Be careful what you wish for… Driven by a lust for adventure, Robinson Crusoe leaves u o eave es England on a voyage of discovery. Travelling by ship, he shi i intends to traverse the globe and see the exotic and dangerous lands others only dream of. Unfortunately, a an y, tragic accident destroys his ship and leaves him on an ic n isolated i d island. Can he survive alone? 978-81-906963-1-9 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  11. 11. THE DUSK SOCIETY In three days the world will end… thre a hree Pembleton was the most boring place in the world until Count Dracula, Doctor Frankenstein and a whole host of terrifying monsters moved in. They are under the leadership of an evil and notorious man known as Pierceblood. The only thing stopping Pierceblood from destroying the world is the Dusk Society. 978-81-907829-6-8 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available DON QUIXOTE PART 1 MIGUEL DE CERVANTES The misadventures of Don Quixote and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, are comic and entertaining to readers of all ages. This humorous depiction of an old man’s aspiration to become an honourable knight is perfectly suited to the graphic novel medium. 978-93-800281-4-9 9 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  12. 12. THE TIME MACHINE H G WELLS Bringing the pas into h Bringi g the past into the future… ingi ast ure… ur Campfire present Campfire presents a classic story in an exciting new mpfi resents classic s assi format which will leave readers of all ages dazzled. hich ill lea hi This adaptation of HG Wells’s tale of a man travelling through time is the most faithful yet seen. By combining bold artwork and cutting edge storytelling, this graphic novel will take readers through an unforgettable adventure. 978-81-906963-0-2 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE INVISIBLE MAN H G WELLS A magic and tragic secret... When the residents of Iping first see him, he is wearing he ar an overcoat and goggles, and is covered from head v om heaea to toe in bandages. His appearance and mysteriou ysterious s riou behaviour causes the residents to ask questions. At first u rst they assume he must have been in an accident, but the e h truth is far mor alarming than that. ore 978-81-907829-3-7 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  13. 13. A JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH JULES VERNE Secrets are kept for a reason… When Professor Von Hardwigg and his nephew discover a mysterious parchment, little do they know that it will change their lives forever. After many hours of h painstaking research, they discover a mysterious code that will lead them on an adventure to the centre of the Earth, and into a world of mythical monsters. 978-81-906963-3-3 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE MASTER OF THE WORLD JULES VERNE The world is his prisoner… Strange lights, earthquakes and horrifying noises are plaguing an innocent American town. Reports of these strange occurrences soon filter back to the American government. Inspector John Strock is assigned to investigate the mysterious phenomena. He immediately sets out on the case, unaware of the shocking secrets that will be revealed. h 978-81-906963-4-0 0 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  14. 14. 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA JULES VERNE A monster not of God’s making… monster n nste Bene Bene neath the ocean waves lurks a beast that will murder anything that crosses its path. The victims so far include sailors and the very ships they sail in. As the death toll increases, the American government sends Pierre Arronax, an expert marine biologist, to investigate. Even if the creature is found, can it be killed? 978-81-907829-9-9 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available KIM RUDYARD KIPLING Intrigue is the spice of life… Follow Kim, our fun-loving hero, as he journeys across rney acro rn o n northern India – from Lahore to the vast beauty of eaut eautyt the Himalayan mountains – in the company of a la a. h lama Although they follow the same path, their destinations ho are very different. ry What could be more exciting than a story of mystery ld set in early 20th century India? 0th- 978-81-907326-3-5 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  15. 15. THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER MARK TWAIN Some Som times trouble is born… o A mischievous boy with a hunger for adventure, Tom Sawyer is always causing chaos: he skips school, deceives his friends, and lives in a fantasy world of imaginary adventures. But when Tom witnesses a terrible event, his life takes a new turn. Now he must ignore his imaginary escapades, and face this real world and real concerns. 978-81-906963-7-1 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN MARK TWAIN Running away seemed like a good idea… d idea ea… The Widow Douglas is doing her best to civilise g est civili ivil l Huckleberry Finn, but clean clothes an good meals e and d s are not enough to stop Huck from craving his old, ravi his ld, ving uncivilised life. When he runs away from home, Huck finds himself stuck in the middle of thieves, con artists and a violent fami feud. mily 978-81-907326-1-1 1 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  16. 16. PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF JOAN OF ARC MARK TWAIN Prepare to join the batt repar are joi the batt oin ttle… Joan of Arc s Joan of Arc is gifted with visions instructing her to liberate France from the invading English. By the iberate rat strength of her personality, Joan convinces the king of France to grant her an armed force. In turn she leads her followers to fight the mighty armies of England, but the real threat lies within France’s own government. 978-81-907326-2-8 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER MARK TWAIN To be king for a day… They were total opposites: one boy from the street and ey m the s et andn another from the royal court. But when they discovered h iscovered overe r that they shared the same birthday and looked alike, e ooke a k ked their lives changed forever. Mark Twain’s class c novel, c s clas novel, assi vel set in the sixte teenth century, explores the immortal gap mmortal mmorta gap between the rich and the poor. ch 978-81-907326-0-4 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  17. 17. THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS Perhaps dino e haps dino nosaurs are not extinct… Ou youn Our young hero, Bowen Tyler, could never have imagined ur u the adventures he’d be forced to embark upon when he arrived on the inhospitable coast of Caspak. After setting up camp, he struggles to survive in an alien landscape inhabited by dinosaurs, Neanderthals, and an environment teeming with deadly creatures. 978-81-906963-2-6 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE PEOPLE THAT TIME FORGOT EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS It was supposed to be easy… As far as Tom Billings was concerned, all he had to do ed all had to d was set sail for the island of Caprona and find the last a nd the last known whereabouts of Bowen Tyler. It sounded like sou d ound u ike k a simple rescue mission. But to reach Tyler, Billings er, illings ling must pass through a hostile land teeming with vicious creatures and savage tribes. 978-81-906963-8-8 38 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  18. 18. THE LOST CONTINENT EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS It is the year 2137… The world is now divided into the western hemisphere and the forbidden lands of the eastern hemisphere. For Jefferson Turck, a lieutenant in the navy, the forbidden zone is his only sanctuary during a terrible storm. Finding himself in a land known as England, Jefferson must fight to survive in a barbaric civilization. 978-81-907829-1-3 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON JOHANN DAVID WYSS Blood is thicker than water… When a boat travelling to Australia hits a reef and is e n destroyed, only one family survives. Shipwrecked on an es island and with no sign of rescue, the Robinson family nd, amilily is forced to use whatever means possible to stay alive. e ive. Through their struggles, this loving family becomes t closer than ever. 978-81-907326-9-7 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available
  19. 19. HARRY HOUDINI C E L WELSH Ther s lway Ther is alwa s something to escape from… ere Hi abil His ab lity to get out of seemingly impossible situations, b alon along with his knack for charming the public and press, long made ma Houdini a legend in his own lifetime. Some of his most notable escapes can still not be explained. Follow the incredible events of Houdini’s life in this enthralling graphic novel biography. 978-81-906963-9-5 10.25 x 6.5 inches 80pp, pbk Rights available A CHRISTMAS CAROL CHARLES DICKENS A night that will never be forgotten… n When Scrooge is visited by a ghost, he recognises the recognises the ecognise apparition as Jacob – his former business partner. ines iness partner. rtne Jacob appears to be full of pain and sorrow. And while d hile Scrooge is trying to decide whether the ghost is real or not, Jacob tells Scrooge something that will change his life forever. 978-81-907326-8-0 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
  20. 20. MOBY DICK HERMAN MELVILLE It wa an obsession that would destroy them all… t was b essio th wou o o r A yo young man called Ishmael has come to the north- a al m east of America to sig up for a whaling expedition on st of America o sig eric ign a ship known as the Pequod. now no Peq For Ishmael the voyage is about monetary gain, but for Captain Ahab it is one of hatred, revenge and a lifelong obsession. 978-81-907326-7-3 10.25 x 6.5 inches 88pp, pbk Rights available THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE A mystery only one detective can solve… When Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead, many believe y bel e elie the cause of his death is linked to an ancient curse. urse ur e Sherlock Holmes, suspecting murder, travels to the o isolated Baskerville mansion in England to investigate. tigat tigate Much to his surprise, the main suspect is a supernatural ural beast that has haunted the Baskerville family for generations. 978-81-907326-6-6 10.25 x 6.5 inches 72pp, pbk Rights available
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  23. 23. Campfire graphic novels are published in four exciting categories. The Classics category showcases popular and timeless literature, which has been faithfully adapted for today’s readers. Titles in the Originals category feature imaginative new characters and intriguing plots, and are highly anticipated and appreciated by lovers of all genres of fiction. Our Mythology titles tap into the vast library of epics, myths and legends from India and abroad, not just presenting tales from time immemorial, but also addressing their modern-day relevance. The Biography titles explore the lives of eminent personalities from around the world, in a manner that is both inspirational and personal.