Graphic Classics: Mark Twain


Featuring an all-new comics adaptation:

Tom Sawyer Abroad — Mark Twain's sequel to
“The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”
in a first-time-ever graphic novel adaptation illustrated by George Sellas

And returning from the first edition:

The Mysterious Stranger - a celestial visitor befriends three
young friends in an adaptation by Rick Geary

The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut -
Mark Twain confronts his conscience in comics by
Antonella Caputo and Nick Miller

Is He Living or Is He Dead?-
a tale of artistic captalism adapted by Simon Gane

A Dog's Tale - an allegory stylishly adapted by Lance Tooks

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County -
Twain's famous fable, in comics by Kevin Atkinson

A Curious Pleasure Excursion -
a science fiction travelogue by William L. Brown

Plus Mark Twain's Advice for Little Girls, illustrated by
Shary Flenniken, Mary Fleener, Kirsten Ulve, Annie Owens,
Lesley Reppeteaux, Toni Pawlowsky and Florence Cestac,
with a new addition by Lisa K. Weber

“This graphic novel will entertain long-time fans with clever adaptations of
familiar works, while providing second language learners and low-level readers
with accessible adaptations of Twain’s best known stories.”
— Philip Charles Crawford, Library Media Connection

“Rick Geary's expansive adaptation of “The Mysterious Stranger,” turns
Twain’s tale of witch-hunting and Satanic interference in the 1590s into a
spare, haunting meditation on God’s indifference. It’s a fantastic piece of work,
by one of the medium's underappreciated masters.”
— Noel Murray, AV Club

Second Edition

144 pages, b&w
Retail price $11.95
only $10


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