Do you have a favorite Twilight Zone episode? As a child I loved Miniature, which starred Robert Duvall (just after his appearance in To Kill a Mockingbird) as a shy young man who falls in love with a doll in a museum dollhouse display. There are many fine scripts and skilled performances in this venerable series. Which ones have stuck with you?
Now there is a series of graphic novels based on Rod Serling's Twilight Zone scripts. The series "honors the original text and even echoes the storyboarding of television, but offers a fresh interpretation." The first of these graphic novels, The Monsters are Due on Maple Street, is a chilling Cold War parable that still resonates with human nature in the triumph of emotion over reason.
Often mischaracterized as science fiction, The Twilight Zone was primarily supernatural and/or speculative fantasy. As such, it is timeless and deserves this introduction to a new generation in their native medium.