The Morning of the World by Roger Leloup


The Morning of the World by Roger Leloup

There is a volcano in Bali, the Agung, called The Morning of the WorldA by the locals. And that's where Yoko meets up with her cousin Monya-who couldn't resist the temptation to use her time machine again. Her meddling with the past has caused a sacred dancer to be sentenced to death. To save the young woman and make things right, Yoko will have to travel back to 1350 AD and face the terrifying flying demons of the Agung...

About the Author

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

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48 pages


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Publication date

6th February 2011



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