Why ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ is an underrated book: A look at how the graphic novel got its start

Posted October 01, 2018 09:17:13It’s been a while since the first book in the new graphic novel series “The Talents,” by artist Mike Grell and artist Chris Ware, came out.

But the book is still being published, and Grell’s art is making a comeback with the first issue of “The Talent” series.

Grell’s first book, “The Dictator,” hit shelves in January, and it was one of the first graphic novels to get a digital release.

That book was about a military man who was sent to war after being accused of being a traitor.

In the first installment of the “Thetalented Mr Ripley” graphic novel, titled “The Tyrant,” Grell brought in artist Chris Wright to finish a chapter of “the Tyrant.”

Grell then brought in graphic novelist Mike W. Smith to finish another chapter.

Gell is known for his art for “Dune” and other novels like “The Lord of the Rings.”

He also wrote and illustrated a few comics for Marvel, including “Death’s Head,” “Iron Man,” and “Thor.”

The talents show is an ongoing comic series from Weta Digital Studios and publisher Fantagraphics, which was previously known as Image Comics.

It was created by Mark Waid and illustrated by Rob Liefeld.

The series is also being developed as a television series by AMC.

In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Grell said he’s been working on his next graphic novel since his last one was published in 2014.

He said he got into graphic novels while he was in high school, and he’s loved them ever since.

“I started drawing at 13, and I loved it,” he said.

“When I got to college I decided to take a course in graphic design and it took off from there.

It really was a passion that I had.

I don’t know how long I’ve been doing it.

I don’t think I’m finished.

I’m still drawing, so I think I might be done.”

When asked about the importance of the graphic novels for him personally, Gell said he was inspired by the work of the artists who worked on “The Dark Knight Returns” series, like Bob Kane and Dave Gibbons.

“They’re really great at creating the illusion of reality,” he continued.

“There’s a sense of realism, of depth, of breadth, and they’re creating this world where all of the things that you can see are the same things that are real.”

“The Talent,” which will be released on Oct. 4, is a follow-up to the first volume, which won an Image Comics Award for Best Graphic Novel in 2019.

The “talented” title is also an homage to Grell himself.

The comic, which will have a one-shot, will be available for $1.99 on digital platforms and for physical copies for $2.99.