DC Comics has confirmed the story that crime thriller writer Denise Mina and Batman Noel artist Leonardo Manco will be adapting the Vertigo graphic novel version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, also mentioning that Lee Bermejo has done the cover (above) and Andrea Mutti will also be on art.
Mina has already talked about creating a “tougher, less attractive” Lisbeth Salander but Bermejo’s version above still looks a bit of all right.
It’s just one of three adaptations of the Millennium trilogy happening in 2012, with Dupuis publishing a version by Sylvain Runberg And José Homs in France, and a Japanese-based manga version as well.
DC’s version will see each novel split into two volumes, the first to be published in November 2012 with subsequent volumes to come.
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