The Mad Max of Sex. It's crazy and it's brutal. It's Sex, drugs, and... cars, baby!
In a post-apocalyptic, dark-humored world in the future, human beings are a species on the brink of extinction. Men have barricaded themselves inside fortified cities, away from the wasteland and the mutants that populate it, and they survive as best they can, despite not haven't set eyes on a woman in decades. But one day, a mysterious capsule falls from the sky; there's a newborn inside it, and... it's a girl! Titus, a young man who, like all the others, has fallen prey to the vices of his world, rescues the child. A mad race then ensues as he does everything he can to keep her safe from the race of men.
How to go from a run-of-the-mill average teenager to a high school superstar whose bff is a totally incompetent demon. People are about to start paying attention to Marcus, but right now, he's not smart enough to be a nerd, not athletic enough to be a jock, and not cool enough to run with the in-crowd. Marcus is just your average, boring dude. An average dude to whom something extraordinary happens... that's called a recipe for success (just ask JK Rowling). Readers will totally connect with this hero. They will envy him, feel sorry for him, and have a blast with him.
Things look like they might be starting to turn around for thirty-odd year old no-hoper Hugo, when he finds a robot in his house on his birthday. But, as he soon discovers, this is no birthday present (no one seems to have remembered to get him anything!), but the handiwork of his cousin, an engineer in the French army, who realized that the robot he had been building was designed to destroy humanity.
Forced to hide out with Hugo, Roger – as he decides to call himself – must learn to live with humans… No mean feat!
Life lessons dispensed by a rabbit who's no dummy.
Boni is a cute, sweet, innocent little rabbit living in a hostile world. His best friend Milo can hardly see and is kind of an idiot, forever hitting on Brigitte, a she-rabbit who openly despises him. His nemesis, Bruno, has only one means of expression: punching people in the face (especially Boni). His grandpa is a sadistic, contemptuous old grump. His babysitter, Ms. Popo, was awarded the prize for worst childcare practitioner in the world, a prize that required zero effort on her part to win.
Boni's most admirable quality is his ability to retain his good humor and enthusiasm in a world where some huge disaster befalls him approximately every three panels –much to our amusement.
New to existence, Dave is eager to experience all that imaginary life has to offer. But when Dave learns that being imaginary means he might cease to exist at any given moment, he is frightened and decides he must find a way to become real before he disappears forever. And hopefully help his friend Brian build a social life along the way.
A 27-year-old Italian girl arrives in Paris without a job, without housing and without speaking a word of French. In which case could it have worked well? A tragi-comic gag-comic where the less 'glamorous' sides of the City of Light are the true protagonists of the story.