one illustration per page of the original novel (of the which the 12 in The Graphic Canon is but a tiny selection). The best-known illustrations are doubtless those by Rockwell Kent, an artist who himself travelled to the ends of the earth to sketch its landscapes and creatures, but there have been many others: Barry Moser, C.M. Butzer, Mike Huddleston, and Garrick Palmer, as well as numerous comic-book and graphic novel versions. It's also been translated into dozens of other languages, and illustrated in many, including Russian, Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish. Throughout all this, though, Kent's illustrations are still the most iconic, and it's almost impossible to imagine any other illustrations which wouldn't, in some way, reference.