In their adaption and brilliant illustrations, Jean David Morvan and Frederique Voulyze bring to life Mark Twain’s timeless stories of Tom Sawyer and his friends Joe Harper and Huckleberry Finn. Sawyer’s adventures including pirating on the Mississippi River, schoolyard fisticuffs, and his genius fence-painting scheme, haven’t lost any of their appeal over a hundred years after Twain first wrote this classic novel. Almost every young boy or girl fantasizes of tagging along with Tom and Huck, sharing their incredible escapades. Through Morvan’s adaptation and Voulyze’s art, the reader can live the fantasy of exploring the muddy banks of the Mississippi, tagging along with Tom and his friends through experiences that never grow old.
Jean David Morvan is a French comics writer who has scripted many graphic novels for Delcourt. He currently writes "Spirou et Fantasio," "Sir Pyle," "Merlin," and "Wake" in France where he lives and works. He has been nominated multiple times for the Youth Comics Award at the Angouleme International Comics Festival in France.Severine Lefebvre is a frequent collaborator of Jean David Morvan. She is deeply influenced by Japanese Manga, especially the films of Hayao Miyazaki. In addition to "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" Lefebvre has illustrated "The Wake Chronicles" graphic novels as well as provide the illustration for poetry collections in France.