Tsumi to Batsu
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Tsumi to Batsu

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Crime and Punishment
Japanese: 罪と罰


Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 5, 1953
Genre: Adventure Adventure
Theme: Historical Historical
Serialization: None
Authors: Tezuka, Osamu (Story & Art), Dostoyevsky, Fyodor (Story)

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Ranked: #128582
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Popularity: #13010
Members: 815
Favorites: 1

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Synopsis

An adaptation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky's classic Crime and Punishment, reworked for younger readers.

The setting is St. Petersburg in Czarist Russia, in the days just prior to the Russian Revolution.

Rascalnikov is a child from a poor family. He murders an old lady who is a loan shark and flees with her valuables. Judge Polifili, who has been assigned to the case, immediately suspects Rascalnikov because he had recently submitted an essay in a magazine claiming that "the world is divided into those who are geniuses and those who are not. A genius may commit murder but is not guilty if it is for the good of the world."

At first, Rascalnikov feels invincible and confident that he can elude the law, but the Judge Polifili obstinately persists in his investigation, and gradually Rascalnikov comes to feel cornered. In the meantime, Sonya, a prostitute, frantically tries to persuade Rascalnikov to turn himself in.

All this takes place on the eve of the Russian Revolution.

(Source: tezukaosamu.net)

Background

Tsumi to Batsu was published in English as Crime and Punishment in 2015 as part of DMP’s Digital Manga Guild initiative as as a digital-only release, with a revised edition published April 5, 2016. Before this, it had been published by Japan Times, who released a bilingual Japanese/English edition in 1990, the first stand-alone Osamu Tezuka manga to be published in English.

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Mar 18, 2020
TomasBotafogo (All reviews)
English and Brazilian Portuguese

Well it's basically the same as the book but in manga and for kids. I think Tezuka did a great job adapting the book to another media and thinking in another target audience. If you want to make a kid or someone who doesn't read much read a classic of literature, that's a good option. (sorry for any mistake)

Bem, é basicamente a mesma coisa do livro, só que em mangá e pra crianças. Eu acho que o Tezuka fez um ótimo trabalho adaptando o livro pra outra mídia e pensando em outro público alvo. Se você quiser fazer uma criança ou read more

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