Fernandez' expressive drawing skills illuminate the conclusion of a story that combines adventure, Indian mythology, and humor.
From the publisher:
Let yourself be carried away by the magic of a shimmering and delightful tale! Irvi and his friend the dwarf Maluuk have a plan to bring down the dictatorship of Cobra and finally deliver the people from his cruel yoke. Hidden in a theater, they will trap him by asking him to play himself in a spectacular piece featuring his glory and magnificence. And when, blinded by pride, it will show in the center of his own vanity, the dreaded Cobra will receive Irvi's vengeful blade! The two acolytes prepare this apotheosis for months. They believe they have orchestrated everything, only, who would have predicted that on the day of the show the beautiful Sian, Irvi's true love, would be in the audience?
Here's the end of this diptych of amazing inventiveness and virtuosity. Enrique Fernández has staged a wonderful game of mirrors between nested stories, making it a great declaration of love for storytelling and the power of stories!