Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Graphic novel) SIGNED edition only £7.99 @ Forbidden Planet - HotUKDeals
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Its a fiendishly clever mash-up of Jane Austen's beloved classic and its one of the most buzz-worthy pop culture sensations of the year. Its sold 700,000 copies worldwide and has created a whole sub-genre of its own. Now, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies comes to graphic novel format. Adapted by Tony Lee, it features all-new scenes of zombie mayhem, and brings this gloriously remixed masterpiece to true zombie-loving pop-culture fans.

All over England, the dead are rising again, and now even the daughters of Britains best families must devote their lives to mastering the deadly arts. Elizabeth Bennet is a fearsome warrior whose ability with a sword is matched only by her quick wit and even sharper tongue. But she faces her most formidable foe yet in the haughty, conceited, and somehow strangely attractive Mr. Darcy. As the two lovers meet in the ballroom and on the battlefield, theyll soon learn that nothing not even the bands of ninjas, hordes of flesh-eating zombies, or disapproving aunts can stop true love!

*Signed by Tony Lee

*Available online and instore - postage £2.00

If you want an unsigned copy you can have it delivered at The Book Depository for £8.37
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#1
Signed by Tony Lee? Who?

I'll wait until people on Ebay start offering the copies signed by Jane Austen.

JK. Hot.
[mod]#2
Pokey
Signed by Tony Lee? Who?

I'll wait until people on Ebay start offering the copies signed by Jane Austen.

JK. Hot.


Signed by a Zombie Jane Austen?
I'm bidding :p
#3
Never got round to reading the 'word' version. graphics are so much easier to take in, great price thanks
#4
I just can't be having this:? Not voted
[mod]#5
Geemac
I just can't be having this:? Not voted


Have it Geemac - it's how it should always have been :-D
#6
Sense and Sensibility with vampires next hopefully. Or they should move to Dickens next and do A Christmas Carol with Bruce Campbell being shown the true spirit of Christmas by the likes of Freddie Krueger, Pinhead and Candyman.
[mod]#7
Pokey
Sense and Sensibility with vampires next hopefully. Or they should move to Dickens next and do A Christmas Carol with Bruce Campbell being shown the true spirit of Christmas by the likes of Freddie Krueger, Pinhead and Candyman.


I'm liking your Christmas Carol, Pokey
What about Wuthering Heights and Heathcliff is a werewolf? That rings true, or is that too Byronic to the knuckle (if you know what I mean)?
#8
andywedge
I'm liking your Christmas Carol, Pokey
What about Wuthering Heights and Heathcliff is a werewolf? That rings true, or is that too Byronic to the knuckle (if you know what I mean)?


Yes I like it. What about Frankenstein with a Cyberdyne Systems T800?
#9
hot, 4% quidco to don't forget
#10
Pokey
Sense and Sensibility with vampires next hopefully. Or they should move to Dickens next and do A Christmas Carol with Bruce Campbell being shown the true spirit of Christmas by the likes of Freddie Krueger, Pinhead and Candyman.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sense-Sensibility-Sea-Monsters-Winters/dp/1594744424

http://www.amazon.co.uk/War-Worlds-Wellss-Classic-Zombies/dp/1897217919/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1278078830&sr=1-2

There's another couple of mashups :thumbsup:
#11
There is a zombie version of A Christmas Carol already. Probably the worst book I've read in the last ten years.
#12
I would rather have a Zombie eat my brains than order from Forbidden Planet.
#13
Never got round to reading this and being a graphic novel version can only be better than "original"?
#14
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen is not in need of Zombies.
It's a one-trick genre already stretched beyond breaking point.
Get over it and read Barbara Demick's book 'Nothing to Envy' instead
- it won the Samuel Johnson prize last night against strong competition. :thumbsup:
#15
blahblahdoh
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen is not in need of Zombies.
It's a one-trick genre already stretched beyond breaking point.
Get over it and read Barbara Demick's book 'Nothing to Envy' instead
- it won the Samuel Johnson prize last night against strong competition. :thumbsup:


Is there zombies in it?
#16
ihmoody
Is there zombies in it?


In a way, yes.
#17
I have the book of this, bought it from hmv a while back because I love zombie films. About quarter of the way in I stopped and never picked it back up. Guess just words don't do it for me where zombies are concerned so this is ideal.
#18
There is a special edition version with "33% more zombies".

I'm a zombie book and film fan but haven't read this. The film may be worth seeing though.

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