The Professor's Daughter by Joann Sfar & Emmanuel Guibert
An archeologist's daughter falls in love with one of her father's finds, a mummy who somehow comes back to life. There is no backstory, no explanations, no substance to this graphic novel. The dialogue is stilted (which may be the fault of its translation from French to English) and the artwork unimaginative; I felt like I was tossed headfirst into someone's mockup of an idea of what the comic might be when it was done. NAY.