Title: Ariol Just A Donkey Like You And Me # 1 (GN) Publisher: Papercutz Writer: Emmanuel Guilbert Artist: Marc Boutavant Translation: Joe Johnson Lettering: Michael Petranek Price: $ 12.99 US, $ 14.99 Can Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.papercutz.com Comments: "Match Point" Ariol has a great game of tennis with himself and his active imagination. He goes from star tennis player to star guitarist in minutes. Ariol is great. The art is cute and Ariol is colorfully colored. "Rise and Shine" Ariol is does not want to get up. Yes he faces all the troubles any young kid has each morning before school but he makes it through it all. He can be overly dramatic though. "Thunder Horse" Ariol talks about Thunder Horse to a horse that has never seen it. To bad Ariol got so excited about it. He does that about his hero. "Moo-Moo" Ariol visits Petula and learns her nick name. Its not that flattering. She hates it. Ariol though acts like a friend saying he will keep her secret. "Bucktooth Goes To Town" English class is hard but fun as a teacher uses stories to get students to learn. "Operation ATM" Ariol uses his imagination here to fight robbers. Ariol can get to involved in his playing. "Romono's Stupid Game" A game can lead to more especially if it is a little stupid and a little dirty. Zoot Zoot" Writing and drawing a comic book is hard. Ariol and Ramono find that out and they find out you should not throw shoes around. "As Dumb as a Donkey" Ariol gets a pep talk about not being dumb. People who call others dumb are the real dumbes. "Granny Annie" Granny takes Ariol and Ramono to a Thunder Horse movie. The boys though are up to no good. You can love a fictional character to much. "Vomit" Ariol and Ramono play a joke. Its a joke that turns out not to be funny and it lands the boys sitting out on the fun. "You've Got To Choose, Ariol" Ariol dreams of Petula and Thunder Horse. It turns into a nightmare for him. Ariol is a cutely drawn comic with a fun entertaining story that people of all ages can and will enjoy.