Lunwerg Editores, 272 pages, full color, hardback
Spanish Edition (though book is mostly wordless)
The Simpsons has become a language with its own grammar and alphabet. Ricardo Cavolo, an absolute fan of the series from day one, knows very well that all life situations can be explained through his characters, and in this book he turns to them to unfold a fantastic map of emotions. Thus, for example, Homer is a symbol of laziness but also of nobility, while Bart allows him to speak of fear; Lisa, from frustration, and Milhouse, from loneliness, among many other feelings. Everything that moves and moves us is here, expressed in a universal language: yellow.