Michael Sanlavalle, who wrote Hollywood Jan (illustrated by Bastien Vives) and illustrated Rocher Rouge (written by Eric Borg), takes both reins for this amazing album. It is beautifully drawn and totally outrageous.
A fast-growing, fast-moving, man-eating plant comes out of nowhere and decimates humanity. A small band of survivors hide in a smokestack and try to survive. A wild sci-fi horror story with comedic elements in the vein of The Blob, Tremors, and Mad Max.
It has a feminist in military regalia, a mad scientist, a carnivorous plant that bites off penises, a lot of nudity, a couple of wild car chases, one featuring sex on the hood, big explosions, and at its core a heartfelt sweetness. Check it out!