Oscar for Best Film “The Parasite” will push comic fiction

According tomedia reports, the South Korean thriller “The Parasite” is being made into a graphic novel through an original film storyboard directed by Junjun Feng. The 304-page comic book, which will be released on May 19, will provide behind-the-scenes footage to give readers a glimpse into the production of the Oscar-winning film, publisher Hachette said.

According to the publisher, “Source: A Graphic Novel in Storyboards” will contain hundreds of fascinating illustrations.

“As part of the unique production process of the director, Feng Junhui, he makes storyboards for each lens of The Parasite before shooting each scene,” the book’s introduction reads. (He) also wrote a preface and provided an early concept map and photo collection to allow the reader to go deeper. “

Interested readers can now book on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play and eBooks.com. Of these, the hardcover version costs $21 and the e-book version sells for $14.99.

After winning four individual Academy Awards earlier this month, He will also work with HBO to produce the TV series “The Parasite.”