Item description for Oz The Manga Pocket Manga Volume 1 (Oz the Manga) by L. Frank Baum & David Hutchison...
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 more 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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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 12, 2006
Publisher Antarctic Press
ISBN 1932453695 ISBN13 9781932453690
Availability 0 units.
More About L. Frank Baum & David Hutchison
Best known as the author of the Wizard of Oz stories, L. Frank Baum (1856 1919) wrote more than 55 novels under a variety of pseudonyms, in addition to poetry and plays. His prescient fantasies foretold such inventions as color television, laptop computers, and cordless phones.
L. Frank Baum was born in 1856 and died in 1919.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Oz The Manga Pocket Manga Volume 1 (Oz the Manga)?
True to the original novel May 15, 2007
I greatly enjoyed this manga, one of my firsts. It satyed very true to the original novel as well as following the film yet maintained a fresshness and creativity that was very interesting. The illustrations are great and very creative especially the wicked with and her castle which was very cool and conceptual. Well worth the very low price.
Oz comes to comics (or Manga) Jun 27, 2006
This is a pretty good book. I have never read the original novel. But i have seen the movie and Oz the Manga is somewhat different form its movie counterpart. The Characters of the Scarecrow, Tin Man & The Cowardly Loin are given bigger backstories. The Winged Monkeys are far more Scarry & The Wicked Witch of the West seem a little more wicked.
David Hutchison art is very good, especially when it comes to landscapes and tho the writing is not Alan Moore or Frank Miller level writing. It dose hold its own. Overall this is a Interesting Verison of the Wizard of Oz. Im not huge fan of mangas. But i did find this to be a fun read.