Finally I’ve had time to once more dip my toes into the ocean of French and Belgian comic books to continue my series of reviews, as ever courtesy of Caterbury-based translators and publishers, Cinebook.
Out on the table today we have the unabashed children’s adventure ‘Yakari And the Coyote,’ in which a youthful Native American and his playmates enlist the aid of a cunning coyote to help them outwit an angry cougar. This is definitely not a book written with adults in mind (even us adults who still enjoy a bout of super-heroics from time to time).
The main characters are children, the adventure is mild, the humour broad and child-friendly. What you should consider now is ‘Do I have a child in my life that I want to get into reading comics?’ If the answer is yes, read on. If not, I’ll see you next time for my review of ‘The Scorpion Vol.1′