Le séries "Génie des alpages" est génial, loufoque et intelligent.
Un chien intellectual, un troupeau de brébis anarchiste et bien individualisée, et des victimes touristiques et authoritaires, ci-inclus les bergers et bergeresses ... c'est une satire surréelle qui fait la gamme entre le slapstick et la comédie cosmique.
Il y a souvent deux ou trois histoires qui poursuivent en même temps.
If you read French, this strip is a good introduction to the mind-bending wordplay, allusion and intellectual playfulness of the French comic strip--which unlike so many American juvenile products are designed to appeal to children, jaded teenagers, and college professors not only on the level of camp or kitsch, but on many other levels. It'll give a reader of any age a mental workout and a lot of laughs. Even after re-reading many times, it's still a constant puzzlement to me, although I have nearly all of F'Murrr's books. Start at the beginning if you can, although the strips are not consecutive and can be read as completely free-standing exercises in comedy and surrealism.
This volume is the latest in the series. Collect them all.