As seen at the National Honey Show and now available from Northern
Price £8.50 UK post paid
and still accurate to the smallest detail.
in the weekly French Figaro-Magazine, the first volume of this trilogy
lets us into the secret of some delightfully bothering part of reality,
inasmuch as it seems to come out of a world of fancy or out of some
are more things in heaven or earth than are dreamt of in our philosophy.
small beings in their striped suits, incredibly magnified by the
cartoonist's art, do not come from outer space, but from a universe
far closer to us and yet far stranger; the world of insects, those
insects that have been living on Earth alongside with us for millions
Since the ethnologist
Karl von Frisch disclosed it at the risk of his reputation, everyone
knows that bees talk.
obviously is not founded on words, but it allows to communicate
and to report very precise information by means of ... a dance!
As their homologues
in reality, the Aethiopian Daffara and his little aide, the human
heroes of our story, have succeeded in installing a minute computer
remote controlled robot on the very wax honeycomb.
As crazy as
it seems, this device allows to truly communicating with insects
that fully master a highly sophisticated language and possess a
brain which weighs less than one milligram...
opens a new type of graphic adventure-stories: Hyper realistic fictions,
in which the believable has been invented and the unbelievable is