By DarkHoni

In a world connected 24 hours a day, a teacher, admired by his students, gives life lessons via social networks. But when things get out of hand and Paul becomes the target of insults from his classmates, rumors spread and amplify at the speed of a simple click on “Post-me”… With Post-me, DarkHoni wants to make teenagers aware of their responsibilities when using social networks and to make them question the veracity and the speed of diffusion of information.



Age: 10-15 years old
Pagination: 64 pages
Size: 180 x 130 mm
Binding: Paperback
Language: French
Publication: December 2020
ISBN: 978-2-490660-08-7 (printed book_French version)/ 978-2-490660-23-0 (ePub_French version)

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The mangaka: DarkHoni

Passionate about drawing since childhood, Loren Durand plunged into the world of manga as a teenager. Trained at AAA – Ecole de Manga with a Japanese mangaka, he started to publish his drawings on the web under the pseudonym of DarkHoni



The expert: Dr Jérémie SALVADERO

Doctor in clinical psychopathology, Jérémie Salvadero wrote his thesis on the notion of social bond in psychoanalysis, particularly on the links between adolescence and modernity.


About the project

Love is a critical force for humanity. Can too much love be bad? In modern times, do we love shopping, gaming and our cell phones too much?

Fondation Ipsen transmits science to people and, in this new manga trilogy, we interrogate our modern behaviors and our dependence to digital tools and consumption.