Preview: The Girl With A Dragon Tattoo – The French Version

Bleeding Cool has been one of the few media sources constantly pointing out that there are multiple upcoming comic book adaptations of The  Girl With A Dragon Tattoo, and comparing them. The one from DC Vertigo, which has been sending out press copies before NYCC, and the one from Dupuis, which has released the following preview. And despite telling the same story, they blook and feel so very different. And it’s likely hat the Japanese version, also licensed separately, will be very different still…

But now we have more to compare with the opening of the Dupuis version by Runberg and Homs, below. The DC preview of their version can be found here.

 

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