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 The rascal Tom Sawyer can't stay out of trouble for a single minute! In this tale full of childhood mischief, adventure, a...

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Title:Manga Classics: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Author:Crystal S. Chan
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Manga Classics: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:303 pages pages

Manga Classics: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Reviews

  • Holly
    Jun 10, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Rachel
    Mar 18, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Alicia
    Sep 10, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

  • Derek Royal
    Jul 22, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

  • Tessie
    Jun 06, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Melissa
    May 26, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

  • Andre
    Jun 11, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Aurora
    Jul 20, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Nicole
    Jun 07, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Chris
    May 31, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

  • Eduarda
    Mar 29, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Charles
    May 28, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Allison Licea
    Jun 03, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Alexis
    Jun 10, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Yume Yoru
    May 09, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Jenny Clark
    Sep 05, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

  • Soobie can't sleep at night
    Jun 12, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

  • Christopher Mason
    Jul 05, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Mizu
    Mar 06, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Alie
    Apr 01, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Alexandra
    Jun 06, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Marissa Cain
    Aug 04, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Librariman
    Jun 27, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Liz
    May 10, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • LJF
    Jun 13, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Järken
    Jun 01, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Margaret Rose
    Mar 29, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Vicki Flewelling
    Sep 18, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Marisol
    Apr 05, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Ande Larsen
    May 27, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Stacy
    Jun 07, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Davianna
    May 29, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Teresa
    Jun 15, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

  • Sammie David
    Jun 15, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Laura
    May 11, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Tegan Kelly
    May 22, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Beth (CozyLittleBookCorner)
    Mar 08, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Emily
    Jul 26, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

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  • Angelica Destler
    Jul 30, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Ashley
    Jun 27, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Maryam
    Mar 11, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Amelie
    Sep 13, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Hosam Ali
    Jul 21, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Jessica
    Jun 20, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Xadicha
    Jun 04, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Nwaryii
    Jun 05, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Alexisisbayanis
    Jun 25, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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  • Fairytaillover22
    Jun 03, 2018

    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 adult in the original. Other than that, some things were cut a bit short, but overall ...

    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 "lapses" in the adapted storyline to where a knowledge of the original would be necessa...

    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 boys' lively, carefree movements and attitudes with a combination of Twain's original tex...

    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 Injun Joe! This Manga Classics edition keeps that fear from the villain in a way that h...

    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 tons of references to the context and I think my understanding of the whole book is n...

    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 difficult though it's no mystery the issues that Tom (and then Huckleberry Finn) are also f...

    That's cute ...

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