Yoko Tsuno - Message for Eternity by Roger Leloup
  

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Yoko Tsuno - Message for Eternity by Roger Leloup

During a glider flight training course, Yoko makes a landing near an important telecommunication centre, and there meets a mysterious English Lord. A fortuitous encounter that will propel the young woman and her friends into an incredible adventure - her combined skills as a pilot and an electronic engineer make her the ideal candidate for an insane project: land a glider clandestinely inside a crater at the border of China, Russia and Afghanistan.

About the Author

Roger Leloup joined Herge's studio in 1953, where he assisted Herge 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.

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Paperback
48 pages

Author

Roger Leloup
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Publication date

4th June 2015

ISBN

9781849182515


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