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    Reviews - Tétralogie Sommeil du Monstre - #3

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7/10 - Sergio
The supposed final chapter of this story by Enki Bilal turns out the just another chapter, and one where nothing much happens. Nike is set free but with Warhole has a parasite stuck to his body that can control him, Leyla tries to find out more about the disappearings of the second book making a weird discovery (the corpses of the missing people are in Mars!) and Amir is now a goalkeeper for a football team. So the story doesn't gain big developments but we still can apreciate the beautiful art of Enki Bilal in a book that almost is more of an art book than a comic book with its big horizontal panels (two or three by page).

So if it's not necesseraly a great book to read it's an amazing one to look at.




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