If you love graphic novels, stories by Poe, or thriller stories, (and are in your teens to adulthood) then you should try this graphic novel adaption, Poe: Stories and Poems: A Graphic Novel Adaption by Gareth Hinds.
Included are a handful of Poe’s more famous and infamous stories and poems. Each are laid out in all their gory, I mean glory. Having the illustrations, which are dark, lacking in color, but filled with details, allows to see some of the images that might have not been completely clear due to the style of text in a non-illustrated version. This added twist allows Hinds interpretation to come alive and will allow you to compare your own interpretations of the text to what is now on the page.
There is a key at the start of the book that give symbols (such as death, plague, etc.) of common themes in Poe works. One or more of these symbols will start off each chapter (short story or poem) allowing the themes of the work to be front and center. Not to turn one off, but this book is almost a cliff note type of book, but better as it is the full and not abridged text.
If you are new to Poe, this might be good way to be introduced to the author. But if you are a fan, it will only add to your appreciation. In some ways, it is too short, in others, just right. And while you might know the stories, take time, and savor each one. And if you are new, really take time and savor.