Have you enough losting your time in reading band-drawn? Eh well here is one which is not ready to remove it to you. It is called The measurements of time, of Mathieu Gabella and Anthony Audibert published gradually.
Benjamin lives with the 19° century in Paris, and would like to be known. The problem lies in the fact that this boy apprentice journalist has neither money, nor the talent to be famous. One can be easily (very honest put aside), while the other can be obtained only by work. Except when one has a secret weapon able neither nor less to stop time more: a clock. In the past in possession of an old poet to last a little dark, this clock thus falls into the hands from Benjamin who will be able to continue his search of glory and from recognition…
With a style from drawing which approaches the watercolour and which will not fail to like all, and a scenario one cannot brilliant any more, The measurements of the time is tasted, devoured, so much so that its reeked . A history as this one deserves that one plunges oneself there highly, so much by its originality than by the interest than it causes.
Then especially do not hesitate and get quickly this data base, it is your imaginative health which is concerned! It seems not very probable that you are riveted on your watch while you read this history, which is not more badly sometimes… Take your time for reading The measurements of time, because at least, you are not ready to lose it