Finally, the newly discovered missing scene from 1933′s King Kong…
Back in 2004, artist Joe Devito had an idea for a sequel to one of science fiction’s classic successes, King Kong. The result, Kong: King of Skull Island, was an illustrated novel that not only adhered to the flavor of the original, but also reignited the excitement through lavish illustrations.
Thanks to rise of eBooks, Kong: King of Skull Island is being released in a digital edition. Even better, on some platforms like the iPad, the story is being released as a “motion story” that creatively augments he reading experience with DeVito’s beautiful illustrations. I had the chance to check out the iPad version of Kong: King of Skull Island.
Here’s my take…
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