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Inventive, innovative and prolific graphic artist Lewis Trondheim tells an entire story without a single word, (at least that I could read since I am not from outerspace). No parent will have to read this to a child but could lead some lively "what do you think they are doing?" conversations. The brightly colored, cheery round aliens are actively doing all kinds of weird things that children will love.
Lewis Trondheim (born Laurent Chabosy, French:, on 11 December 1964), is a French cartoonist and one of the founders (in 1990) of the independent publisher L'Association
Lewis Trondheim (born Laurent Chabosy, French:, on 11 December 1964), is a French cartoonist and one of the founders (in 1990) of the independent publisher L'Association. Both his silent comic La Mouche and Kaput and Zösky have been made into animated cartoons. He explained his choice of pseudonym after the Norwegian city of Trondheim as follows: "As a last name I wanted to use a city's name, but Lewis Bordeaux or Lewis Toulouse didn't sound so good.
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Trondheim fills the stories with "alien" dialogue, which naturally can be read without the help of any words, filled as they are with Trondheim's trademark silent comedy. Creatures stroll through psychedelic landscapes and have adventures in miniature
As a Trondheim fan, I picked this up on a whim at Strand, and read it with my friend in the subway going back . This purports to be an alien comic book, found by chance and reproduced for earthlings to read (singe marks on the page edges and all).
As a Trondheim fan, I picked this up on a whim at Strand, and read it with my friend in the subway going back home. It is hilarious, disgusting, cute, and sad all at the same time. The creatures are well-imagined. There is dialogue, but of course it's in alien - but nevertheless it's generally possible to work out what's going on.
book by Lewis Trondheim.
First Second, 2006 Series.