French cultural life – December 2019

Les Foxonautes, by Lord Fox

De Gaulle to Harley Davidson, a round up of the arts and culture stories creating a buzz in France this month

1. From planes to the librairie

After a 17-year career in the Armée de l’air (the French Air Force), Cyril Astolfi has penned, under the nom de plume Lord Fox, his first bande dessinée.

The comic book Les Foxonautes takes young readers on a journey around the solar system via a semi-educational format: each left page contains scientific information about the planets, while the right page follows the story of a little fox and his acolytes who set out to discover the universe.

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