Yoko Tsuno 13: The Light of Ixo

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1st English Edition

By Roger LELOUP
287 x 217 mm. 48pp ~Suitable for: 8+ years.
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Yoko plays polar adventurer on an icy alien moon!

On one of the moons of their stellar system, the Vineans have detected a mysterious light source that only appears every five years. Its point of origin matches the location of an ancient depot where every dangerous industrial, chemical and radioactive waste ever produced on Vinea was once stockpiled. Having no idea what the light could be, but worried of the destructive potential present on Ixo, Khany puts together an expedition – and brings along her favourite Human consultants...

Key Points:
  • Science fiction firmly anchored in current technology
  • Almost 6 million volumes of the series sold worldwide, with around 250,000 sales per title
  • Great humanist values: friendship, self-sacrifice, respect for life
  • Published in English for the first time
  • Yoko Tsuno is a great female role model

'With its themes of friendship, scientific deduction and life-threatening danger there's something for everyone. Yoko is a strong, independent character who uses logic and reason throughout the story, rather than brute force, to do the right thing. This makes it somewhat refreshing to read and she's certainly not a role model you can object to'. [Simon Chadwick, The Cartoonist Club of Great-Britain].

On Earth or in outer space, the extraordinary exploits of a strong-headed heroine for whom violence is never the first answer - 13 volumes of dream, tenderness and adventure!

Roger Leloup joined Hergé’s studio in 1953, where he assisted Hergé in drawing Tintin’s Adventures. He has also worked with Peyo, creator of the Smurfs. Yoko Tsuno debuted in Spirou magazine in 1970. Leloup was awarded the much-coveted Grand Prix de la Jeunesse Sci-Fi in 1990.

(9781849183925)

SKU 9781849183925
Barcode # 9781849183925
Brand Cinebook
Artist / Author Roger LELOUP

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