Oz the Manga Pocket Manga Volume 1

  • Title: Oz the Manga Pocket Manga Volume 1
  • Author: L. Frank Baum David Hutchison
  • ISBN: 9781932453690
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Oz the Manga Pocket Manga Volume From the mind of Junction and Dragon Arms creator David Hutchison comes this remarkable re imagining of L Frank Baum s timeless classic Dorothy Gale longs for something than the gray plains of Kans
    From the mind of Junction 17 and Dragon Arms creator David Hutchison comes this remarkable re imagining of L Frank Baum s timeless classic Dorothy Gale longs for something than the gray plains of Kansas but when her wish is granted, she gets both her fondest dreams and her worst nightmares Antarctic s own titan of the tones brings you the most Oz some land over thFrom the mind of Junction 17 and Dragon Arms creator David Hutchison comes this remarkable re imagining of L Frank Baum s timeless classic Dorothy Gale longs for something than the gray plains of Kansas but when her wish is granted, she gets both her fondest dreams and her worst nightmares Antarctic s own titan of the tones brings you the most Oz some land over the rainbow ever

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    About L. Frank Baum David Hutchison


    1. also wrote under the name Edith Van Dyne, Floyd AkersLyman Frank Baum was an American author, actor, and independent filmmaker best known as the creator, along with illustrator W W Denslow, of one of the most popular books in American children s literature, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, better known today as simply The Wizard of Oz He wrote thirteen sequels, nine other fantasy novels, and a plethora of other works 55 novels in total, 82 short stories, over 200 poems, an unknown number of scripts, and many miscellaneous writings , and made numerous attempts to bring his works to the stage and screen.


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    1. Hmm I'm a bit torn on my thoughts on this book. At the beginning of the manga, the story seemed to be presented choppily and there was very little good dialogue. Towards the middle of the book, however, I noticed more phrases and passages from the original Baum novel that were endearing (for instance, Dorothy says that Toto is made of meat, which is part of the original book, but then she says that that didn't sound right, which was an addition made by the author). At the end, after the Wicked W [...]

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    2. I almost hesitate putting this one on my booklist because of my deep dislike for the format. I have so many friends who adore manga, and having tried several with no success, I finally tried to have a real go at this free download from I-Tunes, a manga based on Baum's Wizard of Oz. Honestly, I'm not going to knock the comic book genre, it has a place of it's own, as does the graphic novel, but I don't think it's worth spending time reading. If I wanted to look at pictures, I'd pick up a magazine [...]

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    3. Yay! This sticks close to the original L. Frank Baum book, and does a great job of capturing the spirit of the characters in Manga format. Ok, so sometimes Dorothy does look a little dominatrix-like, but I think that's only once.

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    4. Adaptación bastante fiel y entretenida del clásico de Baum a la estética manga, sin concesiones importantes y manteniendo una dinámica que no cede el interés en sus nueve cuadernos originales.

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    5. My niece and I read this on my iphone, and it's a great medium for the book. Each screen was one or two panels, and it was fun to read. I'll pick up the next volumes.

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    6. This book was good I was surprized about the tin man how he explained his tin body

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