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Soleil: Ythaq - No Escape

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The international best selling series returns Ythaq is a strange medieval planet where the marooned survivors of a spaceship crash are just trying to survive. The young lieutenant Granite and her friends attempt to join the main group of survivors, but they encounter strange characters that hide from them the mysteries of the planet Ythaq. Discover the truth behind Dhokas, ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published September 23rd 2009 by Marvel Comics
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I picked this up from a discount table at a local comics shop, mostly because it was on sale, but also because the premise sounded pretty interesting, too. Plus, this was apparently a big thing in France, where it was originally published, so I figured it was worth a shot. But as I was reading the story, I remembered an important caveat that I tend to forget when retailers start a big discount sale: They’re not selling them at a loss because they’re selling so well to begin with.

To be fair, the
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Ythaq was interesting. I think a few things got lost in translation because I was, very confused at where some new characters had come from and it felt like I had missed something. Panels were very small and sometimes hard to interpret...

I did like the character design and art.

Borrowed from the library.
Getting translations of comics like this one is wonderful, but I can't like feeling the urge to slap Marvel, for printing it in standard American sizes.
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Christophe Arleston is the common pen name of French comic book writer and editor Christophe Pelinq. He is best known for creating the Lanfeust of Troy series and its many sequels and prequels.

He also worked as "Scotch Arleston".
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