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Yoko Tsuno, tome 7 : La frontière de la vie (original 1977; edition 2004)

by Roger Leloup

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Yoko Tsuno is called to the bedside of her friend Ingrid, who is struck down by a mysterious disease that leaves her powerless. She soon realizes that a strange vampire dressed all in black is shadowing her. Suggested level: intermediate, junior secondary.
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Title:Yoko Tsuno, tome 7 : La frontière de la vie
Authors:Roger Leloup
Info:Dupuis (2004), Relié, 46 pages
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On the Edge of Life by Roger Leloup (1977)

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This is, for some reason, the first Yoko Tsuno story in the English translation. The fact that it involves characters whom Yoko and her friends first encountered in The Devil's Organ (the second book in original sequence, 8th in English)...is ignored. It's a neat story, with a scientific vampire and a form of suspended animation involved, and some rather complex emotional aspects. ( )
  jjmcgaffey | Aug 30, 2018 |
Issue One of Yoko Tsuno has a freakin adorable drawing style, fun story that goes fast, and some really goofy jokes that I couldn't help but laugh at. It's not the most complicated story ever, and Yoko is a little TOO perfect, but I enjoyed it like whoa. ( )
  karinnekarinne | Feb 6, 2009 |
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