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Yoko Tsuno #6

De drie Zonnen van Vinea

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48 pages, Paperback

First published January 1, 1976

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Roger Leloup

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1,508 reviews84 followers
January 23, 2022
I prefer the Earth-bases stories in the Yoko Tsuno series. Start with those first. In this particular volume, the Vineans travel back to their home planet to see what has become of it.
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2,775 reviews11 followers
April 29, 2019
Everything has boundaries, even Science Fiction, and this bubblegum honeycomb of space unknown, in complete seriousness, takes certain "confines" of rationality out to a laughable extent. That said- this over-the-top floppy-slop couldn't be saved by turning it into a comedy anyway.

Pure outlandish RUE-BISCH:
"Regular" creatures, that can die as anyone else can, that stay alive for over two million years AND look the same as their ancestors of the present is only the appetizer of this absurdity- it's a disgrace to the genre!

I won't give any plot away- I'll just say that this second book is KID'S ONLY because an adult brain knows too much to not find this utterly stupid and juvenile.

THE FIRST reason that I gave it ** was because of the quality of the art, especially because the color separations were vastly improved from the first book, BUT his style is the same kind of sterile that you see with most of the Franco-Belgium kid's comics.

THE SECOND reason was the ambition of the science when it dealt with non-silly stuff since it included concepts to learn/review or even to think over outside of the book.


If you look at my ratings you'll see at least 100 completely children's books with positive ratings- drastically more than I thought ill of and I had such a rough time with this story that I was YELLING at it consistently throughout the last ten pages from having been fed-up with it's balderdash layer-by-layer since the very beginning!
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1,032 reviews12 followers
April 18, 2019
This edition was printed in 1978.

Once more the standard format of a Franco-Belgian graphic novel squeezes a highly ambitious story.

In the first instalment of Yoko’s adventures, the tale was told of the aliens’ home planet facing destruction two and a half million years previously. Now, a return journey finds that it has survived and remains partially habitable thanks to climate control. Survivors in subterranean cities attempted to regain control of the planet, but all but one of these cities were destroyed in internecine wars. A population has returned to the surface (seemingly recently as they have not evolved), under the despotic control of immortal minds uploaded to machines (effectively, a rerun of the theme of that first instalment).

The arrival of Yoko and her friends puts an end to this state of affairs, and rebuilding can commence. To add an emotional touch, Yoko’s friend Khany is reunited with the uploaded memory of her father (now in charge of everything) and with her mother who has survived two and a half million years of suspended animation.

So many sci-fi themes in a very short, action-packed, and emotional read. This tale is bursting at the seams, and leaves so many possibilities for the imagination. Great stuff.
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Author 1 book35 followers
July 19, 2017
Dit album is mijn favoriete Yoko Tsuno-verhaal. Na twee avonturen met Vineanen op aarde stuurt Leloup zijn heldin op een reis van maar liefst 2 miljoen lichtjaar naar de thuisplaneet Vinea, waar Khany haar familie hervindt en yoko en passant een overleden dictator uitschakelt. Dat er in 2 miljoen jaar zo weinig gebeurd is dat deze nog steeds bestuurd wordt door tijdgenoten van Khany is wel heel onwaarschijnlijk (duizend jaar zou ik nog wel willen geloven, maar twee miljoen... Gelukkig zijn er veel elementen die dit goed maken: het spannende verhaal (oei! geraamtes!), het Saturnusdecor, Leloups mindblowing wormhole-creëerende machine, de futuristische windenergiewereld en Khany's vreemde familiegeschiedenis.
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192 reviews11 followers
November 18, 2018
Je voulais initier mademoiselle à Yoko Tsuno. C'est elle qui a choisi celui-ci (forcément, ça se passe dans l'Espace...) parmi les quelques tomes de la série achetés dans une brocante.

J'ai toujours aussi peu d'appétence pour les "tomes vinéens" en général et ceux qui ne se déroulent pas sur Terre en particulier, mais je dois admettre qu'après un démarrage qui m'a laissée indifférente, la fin est bien plus intéressante.

4**** pour mademoiselle qui a adoré (objectif de départ atteint !), 2** pour moi, qui préfère nettement les tomes "terriens" -et notamment ceux où Yoko voyage à travers le temps <3.
469 reviews
February 18, 2020
Normally, I prefer the more terrestrial and near future Yoko stories, but I liked this Vinean-based story quite a lot.

We learn more about the Vinean evacuation and even travel to the planet itself; some family reunions happen, and as usual Yoko saves the day.

Although the story in this volume is satisfying by itself, it does end on a slight cliffhanger as our characters are left wondering what happened to the remaining Vinean escapees.
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456 reviews52 followers
August 7, 2020
Ah, der erste Band, in dem es einige wirkliche Überraschungen gibt!

Hier kommen auch endlich die nicen Raumschiffe und Flieger vor - das, was ich an dieser Reihe so mag. Trotzdem finde ich die Vinea-Bände nicht ganz so packend wie die Erden-Bände. Dieser hier war verhältnismäßig ganz gut, 3.5 Sterne von mir.
396 reviews
May 22, 2021
Probablement l'un des meilleurs tomes de la série. Excellent.
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3,935 reviews8 followers
June 1, 2022
Edes tieteellinen höpötys ja asioiden puhkiselittäminen ei latistanut tätä nerokkuutta.
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408 reviews20 followers
August 10, 2022
Le temps d'une aventure de 46 pages, nous voyageons dans les étoiles afin d'atteindre Vinéa. La planète d'origine de nos amis bleus ( pas les Schtroumpfs, les autres lol).

En effet, Khâny et Vynkâ ont donné RDV à notre trio de l'étrange pour leur tout premier voyage intergalatique. Nos chers extra terrestre, après 2 millions d'années, n'ont pas d'autre choix que de commencer à rapatrier les leurs vers leurs planète. Pourquoi? Z'avez qu'à lire la bd.

Khâny et les siens auront la joie de découvrir que leur planète n'a finalement pas explosé mais changé et surtout il y a des survivants !!

J'en dis pas plus concernant l'histoire.

Concernant les dessins; Leloup est le boss !! Les détails dans les décors sur Vinéa, les vaisseaux spaciaux et autres appareils utilisés par les Terriens et Vinéens ..

Chapeau bas !!!
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