Yoko Tsuno Daughter of the Wind by Roger Leloup
  

Yoko Tsuno Daughter of the Wind

Written by Roger Leloup
Illustrated by Roger Leloup

RRP £5.99

Synopsis

Yoko Tsuno Daughter of the Wind by Roger Leloup

Pretty, intelligent and combative, Yoko Tsuno is an electronics engineer who always remains faithful to her values: loyalty, friendship and respect for life. In this volume, a megalomaniac businessman has stolen an artificial typhoon created by Yoko's father and intends to use it as a military weapon. Hundreds of lives are in danger. Yoko and Aoki, her teacher, eventually manage to neutralise the typhoon, but Aoki has to sacrifice himself in the process.

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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Book Info

Format

Paperback
45 pages

Author

Roger Leloup
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

7th February 2009

ISBN

9781905460946


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