Aya de Yopougon, tome 1
Publish date: 2013
Publisher: Paris : Gallimard, 96 pages, " />
Pages no: 96
Edition language: French
Series: Aya (#1)
This book contains the final three graphic novels in the Aya series, which have apparently only appeared in English in omnibus form. This makes good sense, since each volume is short and incomplete in itself. This series is very consistent, with enjoyable characters and excellent, colorful illustrat...
I enjoyed this second volume in the series: the story is engaging, the artwork vibrant, and the characters distinct. I still think the marketing of this series overstates its supposed lightheartedness and positivity in a major way; yes, it's set in Africa without including war, abject poverty, sickn...
My rating of this one may not be reliable, as I have little experience with graphic novels. I'm calling it 3.5, because I enjoyed it well enough. This graphic novel is set in the urban Ivory Coast in the 1970s, following the (mis)adventures of three teenage girls from working-class families. Aya, ...
Wenn jemand Graphic-Novel noch nicht kennt, sollte mit die Serie Aya anfangen. Einfach genial.
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