Ayôlô. Pire que les daltons!

Kwene, Zoumabé Sylvestre (aka Gringo)

Illustrator country: Burkina Faso

Scenarist: Kwene, Zoumabé Sylvestre (aka Gringo)

Scenarist country: Burkina Faso

Language: French

Keywords: children; police; theft


Participated to Africa e Mediterraneo Award 2005-2006


Published in: edited by S. Federici e A. Marchesini Reggiani, Africa Comics 2005-2006, Lai-momo, Sasso Marconi 2006 ISBN: 978-88-89581-23-0

Ayôlô. Worse than the colour blind – Ayôlô is a small and loving child, everybody likes him, until they discover his propensity for…stealing! After a few successful thefts, some people catch the little thief and take him to the nearby police station. But not even the chief constable can bring himself to believe such a sweet heart to be guilty, and so he kicks the two men out accusing them of lying. Once more, however, the little angel commits another theft and walks away undisturbed, counting his riches.

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Technique: Felt tip pen on paper

Black and White

Original drawings

Dimensions: 22,5 x 32 cm

Inventory: inv. 551 / coll. CX3.BURKINA.GRINGO.5

Number of sheets: 3

Notes: Other Author's name: K. Sylvestre Gringo - Each page on verso: Kwene Silvestre