Manga Classics: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Manga Classics: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

The rascal Tom Sawyer can't stay out of trouble for a single minute! In this tale full of childhood mischief, adventure, and trouble, Tom turns the Mississippi town of St. Petersburg on its ear nearly every day - but there's a darker side to this town as well. When his childish adventures take a deadly turn, Tom and his outcast friend, Huckleberry Finn, must find a way to rise to the challenge, or else...!

Manga Classics presents the charming and rambunctious Mark Twain narrative that brings the 19th-century American South roaring to life ( complete with original text ). The Adventure of Tom Sawyer is the first half of the story that concludes in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn .

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  • Jenny Clark

    This was a pretty good adaptation, with cute character designs and the story was well adapted as well, though the fact that Jim was a boy around Tom and Huck's age bugged me, as he was not, he was an ...

  • Derek Royal

    The text is more or less faithful to the original, although I don't necessarily feel fidelity is a key to an effective adaptation. The art is fine, although problematic in places. At times there are "...

  • Melissa

    Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn are a pair of mischievous boys, determined to find an adventure even if they have to make it up as they go along. Chan and Chan's adaptation wonderfully depicts the boy...

  • Teresa

    I read Tom Sawyer when I was in 8th grade and don’t remember it all that well. I remember the movie more (I have it but haven’t watched it in years), and I remember being extremely frightened of I...

  • Soobie's scared

    I liked it a bit better than Huck Finn... And it was also less difficult to read it, from a linguistic point of view. I guess I should read the Cliff's Notes for both book, though. I fear I missed ton...

  • Alicia

    A nice adaption to the classic to bring a bit of history back from the dead. The text stays consistent and the art allows readers to understand the history when the words might still be a little diffi...

  • Chris

    That's cute...