Famous French comics drawer killing his characters to depict the Syrian Civil War horror | by Zep on Le Monde.fr
Oce Eeco stashed this in Contemporary Middle Ages
Stashed in: Middle East
Merci, Google Translate.
"The author of Titeuf takes a look without compromising the socio-political news to her navel. He wondered about the vanity of things and is committed to a more just world without war, without fear of foreigners and without sprouts."
I want a more just world without war, too.
So what's happening in this comic?
A civil war is killing all of Titeuf's relatives: parents, friends, teacher.
Well that's even sadder than I thought.