La petite Djily

Diantantu, Serge

Illustrator country: Democratic Republic of the Congo

Scenarist: Diantantu, Serge

Scenarist country: Democratic Republic of the Congo

Language: French

Keywords: children; family; sexual violence; wisdom


Participated to Matite africane in Europa


Published in: edited by S. Federici, A. Marchesini Reggiani, M. Repetti, Matite africane. Fumetti e vignette dall'Africa, Lai-momo, Sasso Marconi 2002

Little Djily – Djily is a young girl who gets harassed by a man on the street while returning home from school. The man pretends he’s one of her father’s friends and offers her candies and cookies to entice her into his car. But the wise girl, who has been taught to refuse all kinds of offers from unknown men, sharply refuses and runs away. When she gets home, her mother comforts her and congratulates her on her wisdom.

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Colorist: Diantantu, Serge

Colorist writer country: Democratic Republic of the Congo


Digital print sent by the Author

Year: 2001

Dimensions: 21 x 29,7 cm

Inventory: inv. 804 / coll. PR1.CONGO.DIANTANTU.1

Number of sheets: 3

Notes: The plate published in Matite Africane is not included in the three pages - Each page on verso: Serge Diantantu, La petite Djily, Mat. Af. 17-1 (2-3), cm 21 x 29,7, A&M - There is attached a 21 x 29,7 cm paper sheet that explains the comic