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The Capture graphic novel will be published on March 4, 2025. It is adapted by Chris Grine and is based on The Capture.


It was bad enough when Jake found out his older brother was one of them. It was even worse when Tobias stayed in his morph too long. But nothing compares to the horror the Animorphs are about to face -- nothing.

The Animorphs have discovered the location of the Yeerks's new base. They've even figured out how to get in -- and they have a plan to hit those alien slugs where it hurts.

But they were never prepared for Jake to fall into a Yeerk pool. For Jake to become a human controller. The enemy.

It's a race against the clock as the Animorphs face their biggest challenge yet: Save Jake before the Yeerk can expose them all ...


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Notable Differences from Original Novel[]

  • The scene of Controllers at the hospital shooting at the Animorphs used guns in the original book, although in the graphic novel, they use Dracon beams instead. This change occurred due to Scholastic's mandate, effective as of The Predator, that guns could not be depicted.[1]
  • Jake's dream of stalking Tom in tiger morph is not featured. According to Chris Grine, this was intentional, as he felt the book was bloated; he also remarked that the payoff to the dream did not occur until very late in the original series, and thus was not a scene that would be revisited in his graphic novels.[1]


  • This is the first book in the graphic novel series to skip over or cut out sections from the original novel.[1]


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Elfangor eye closeup andalite chron "Someone took a picture of me? Not cool. Do you see what I'm wearing? I'm Spandex-boy. Totally not cool."

The image gallery for The Capture (Graphic Novel) may be viewed here


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Main Series #1 The Invasion | #2 The Visitor | #3 The Encounter | #4 The Message | #5 The Predator | #6 The Capture | #7 The Stranger | #8 The Alien | #9 The Secret | #10 The Android | #11 The Forgotten | #12 The Reaction | #13 The Change | #14 The Unknown | #15 The Escape | #16 The Warning | #17 The Underground | #18 The Decision | #19 The Departure | #20 The Discovery | #21 The Threat | #22 The Solution | #23 The Pretender | #24 The Suspicion | #25 The Extreme | #26 The Attack | #27 The Exposed | #28 The Experiment | #29 The Sickness | #30 The Reunion | #31 The Conspiracy | #32 The Separation | #33 The Illusion | #34 The Prophecy | #35 The Proposal | #36 The Mutation | #37 The Weakness | #38 The Arrival | #39 The Hidden | #40 The Other | #41 The Familiar | #42 The Journey | #43 The Test | #44 The Unexpected | #45 The Revelation | #46 The Deception | #47 The Resistance | #48 The Return | #49 The Diversion | #50 The Ultimate | #51 The Absolute | #52 The Sacrifice | #53 The Answer | #54 The Beginning
Megamorphs The Andalite's Gift | In the Time of Dinosaurs | Elfangor's Secret | Back to Before
Chronicles The Andalite Chronicles | The Hork-Bajir Chronicles | VISSER | The Ellimist Chronicles
Alternamorphs The First Journey | The Next Passage
TV Tie-Ins Meet the Stars of Animorphs
Graphic Novels #1 The Invasion | #2 The Visitor | #3 The Encounter | #4 The Message | #5 The Predator | #6 The Capture