The Marvel comics version, of course:
I’m not sure if you can read the lettering in this thumbnail, or whether you will have to go over to the Marvel website (http://www.marvel.com/catalog/?id=11466) . But as with the Obama spoofs, the covers are fully sufficient for happiness. “How to Cure Your Boy-Crazy Sisters!” “Bingleys Bring Bling to Britain!” Since the writers are pretty limited in what they can do with the text — I gather it is a five or six issue miniseries — all the creativity pours, very properly, into the covers, which is what leads the buyer to take the thing off the shelf and open it up. The People magazine format is pitch-perfect.
Of course there is a profound virtue in comic book versions of the classics of English literature, just as the Masterpiece Theater versions on TV are useful. There are people who would never read the novel, but who will watch it or read a graphic novel. And it is a truth universally acknowledged, that there cannot be too much Jane Austen read in the world.