We're guessing that most people are starting to get The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo fatigue. One would think that three books, three Swedish films, and one American film (with more still in the cards) would suffice in telling the story of Lisbeth Salander for at least a few more years, but, no, publishers and studios think we need more. You can next expect to find her story retold in the graphic novel medium thanks to DC Comics' Vertigo label.
The novel won't hit store shelves until this coming November, but Vertigo has already unveiled the cover art for it (via Comics Beat). The comic itself will be adapted by writer Denise Mina (Deception, Field of Blood) and artists Lee Bermejo (Batman: Noel, he also did the cover above), Leonardo Manco (Hellblazer) and Andrea Mutti (The Executor).
So, we've got two questions for you: 1) Do you have any interest in reading the graphic novel? 2) What do you think of the look of this iteration of Lisbeth?