Emil and the detectives
Berlin in the 1920s. Emil is allowed to travel to Berlin alone for the first time. But he has bad luck. All his money is stolen on the train ride. But he clings to the thief's heels and is soon supported by the Berlin boy Gustav with the horn and his buddies. The self-styled detectives' exciting chase begins. Finally the fish fidgets and it's much, much thicker than everyone thought.
The template for this graphic novel is the eponymous "novel for children" by Erich Kästner from 1929 - reprinted, translated, filmed and often presented here as a comic.
The illustrator Isabel Kreitz has completely adapted to the style of the first illustrator Walter Trier. Isabel Kreitz (* 1967) studied in Hamburg and New York. She received several awards for her artistic work.
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|Publishing house||Dressler Verlag|
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