By Roy Thomas
The wonder Illustrated culture of exquisitely rendered, nuanced variations of vintage literature maintains with wonder Illustrated: Treasure Island number 1 (of 6). that includes Robert Louis Stevenson's vintage story of buried treasure and high-adventure at the nice seas, as tailored by way of Roy Thomas and illustrated through Mario Gully, Treasure Island follows Jim Hawkins, sole protector of the fortune hidden together with his father through pirate Billy Bones. The younger Hawkins needs to now safeguard the treasure from the scurvy scoundrels in Bones' group who have made up our minds that it is time to get wealthy! you cannot leave out Marvel's edition of the unconventional that first taught us X marks the spot, that treasure is buried on tropical islands and confirmed us why we want conversing parrots on our shoulders!
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