BARBARELLA

£25.00

"The first comic strip for grown-ups."

 

Forest, Jean-Claude, translations by Richard Seaver., Grove Press, 1966, softcover. second printing.

 

Barbarella, with her long hair and sonorous name, her baby face and disdain for needless clothes, finds herself on the planet Lythion, where she has made a forced landing while travelling alone through outer space in her rocket. She is a creature of the future who is confronted with the monsters and robots of the strange planet, and she is put to one test after another. She vanquishes evil in whatever form she finds it, and rewards in her particular fashion all the handsome men that she meets during her adventures. And whether battaling sadists or turning her ray gun on gelatinous monsters, she cannot seem to avoid losing all or part of her skin-tight space suit.

 

 

Condition; Good, Book has slight aging soiling of paper on covers.


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