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  • In this conclusion to a tense two-parter, John Chinaman reaches Tucano with two friends by his side and a gang of outlaws on their heels who'll stop at nothing to recover the cash from a bungled robbery. John's hopes of keeping a low profile go up in smoke as Zed continues his cheating streak, and Horace hides out at a brothel, trying to start a new life as a bouncer. Meanwhile, John's boss, Mr. Byrne, is going out of business, and has one last delivery for John to make: a prize Longhorn bull. Life sure can get complicated when you have friends!

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    Once an animator at Disney Studios, Nicolas Keramidas now makes a living as a cartoonist in Grenoble. He's married to a wonderful woman, Chloé, has two energetic sons, and plays soccer every Sunday with his pals. He was also born with Tetralogy of Fallot, a rare combination of four heart defects that in 1973 made him one of the youngest children ever to undergo open-heart surgery. Forty-three years later, when his congenital condition stops him short during a soccer game, he'll have to face surgery again, a saga he details in this moving, humorous, and above all, very human memoir.

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    Marie Curie is the only woman ever to have received two Nobel prizes: the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1903, shared with her husband, Pierre Curie, and the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for her work with polonium and radium in 1911. She was also the first woman ever to teach at the Sorbonne. This inspired comic is set at the time she received her second Nobel Prize, when a vicious press campaign was launched against her, denouncing her affair with the physician Paul Langevin. Through her flash-backs, we're invited to witness the key moments of this exceptional woman's life and work.

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    Everyone knows about Dracula the vampire, but have you ever heard of Voivode Vlad Dracula of Wallachia? Perhaps you know him better by his nickname: Vlad the Impaler! The bloodthirsty prince was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's notorious character, but although the real Dracula gained infamy for his favorite method of execution-impaling-few know the true details of his life. Swysen and Solé have created an intimate and accurate portrait of this vicious tyrant, allowing you to follow his journey from childhood to death, with guaranteed laughs along the way.

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    Jessica Blandy hasn't been the same since her brush with death in the Florida Everglades. Back in San Francisco, she tries to drown her sorrows in whiskey and the kisses of a dark, handsome stranger... a saxophonist with sad eyes and a deep connection to Charlie Parker. But how much does she know about him, really? And what does he have to do with the women who keep disappearing from the club where he plays?

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    In creating The Little Tramp, Charlie Chaplin became a legend. Who remembers now that he was English, that he came up from nothing, that he made his fortune in the United States, that he had to flee the country under pressure from McCarthyism, or that he created the very first production house run by artists? Full of humor, the "Stars of History" collection offers a fresh new look at the legends of cinema. 

  • It is the early 1920s. The Volstead Act has recently prohibited the sale and consumption of alcohol, which means that an active black market has sprung up-a market controlled by legendary gangsters such as Al Capone. Supplies must be secretly shipped from France to its outpost in Saint-Pierre, Newfoundland. This dangerous and illegal trade involves aviators flying primitive sea planes-aviators such as Bessie the "Black Angel," whose mixed heritage also makes her the target of the flourishing Ku Klux Klan. Based on the historical figure of Bessie Coleman, she flies in the face of injustice, prejudice, and discrimination.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Camille, a French girl living in Singapore, is going through a tough time in her relationship with her mother, Suzanne Rochant, a high-flying psychology and neuroscience researcher. Out of the blue, Suzanne is brutally killed in tragic circumstances. Almost immediately afterwards, Camille sets off for an Angolan village in search of the man who could be her father... the father that she's never met. She carries a letter left to this man in her mother's will, but the truth awaiting her isn't exactly what she'd had in mind... Camille soon finds herself wrapped up in the shady goings-on of her mother's business, as she desperately tries to get to the bottom of all the unanswered questions her Suzanne left with.

  • Anika Borodine, the Imperator's niece, brings Aleksi Stassik to the Epicenter, the heart of the terrible cataclysm that ravaged the Azbuska region 15 years earlier. In the ruins of the orphanage where Aleksi spent part of his childhood, he finds answers to questions about his origins and troubled past. But Aleksi's deep-seated powers, coveted by others, will end up being more terrifying and destructive than anyone could ever have imagined.

  • Karma City is a town of virtue governed by the universal laws of karma and where public interest primes.
    Emma List, a paleontology researcher, presents herself at the gates of the "white zone" of the capital city. She is authorized entry despite her negative karma level. A few minutes later she has a stroke and dies in a car crash. What initially appears to be a routine case for agents Cooper, Napoli, and Asuka soon transforms into a wide-ranging investigation. For Emma List had moved into the grey zone to pursue proof that pre-karmic societies once existed.

  • Aleksi crosses over into Ieretik territory in the hope of learning how to control the terrible power inside him, while Anita, who has just learned the truth about her past, and her friend Iosef flee the Imperator's palace to evade those hell-bent on destroying the unborn baby Anita is carrying... Aleksi's son. The future child's potential power of destruction is so great that it's got both Those From Above and The Shadows vying to get their hands on it as they fight for dominance of this side of the two worlds. Meanwhile, Velikic wants to harness Aleksi's power to turn it into a formidable and unstoppable military weapon...

  • Karma City is a town of virtue governed by the universal laws of karma and where public interest primes.
    Emma List, a paleontology researcher, presents herself at the gates of the "white zone" of the capital city. She is authorized entry despite her negative karma level. A few minutes later she has a stroke and dies in a car crash. What initially appears to be a routine case for agents Cooper, Napoli, and Asuka soon transforms into a wide-ranging investigation. For Emma List had moved into the grey zone to pursue proof that pre-karmic societies once existed.

  • A young woman, who doesn't speak a word of English, shows up in Father Arthur's church seeking refuge. Father Arthur takes her under his wing, but things soon take a turn for the worse when her pursuers show up on his doorstep. It's not long before the padre, concerned for his kidnapped protegée's well-being, calls on his friend Jerome Bloche. Together, they seek out the mysterious Aina and her captors, but they soon realize that not only are they up against a rather intimidating security guard, but some difficult moral questions.

  • Karma City. A town of virtue governed by the universal laws of karma, where the public interest always comes before that of the individual. Emma List presents herself at the gates of the "white zone" of the capital city. She is authorized entry despite a slightly negative karma. A few minutes later she suffers and AVC and has a fatal car crash. What initially appears to be a routine case for agents Cooper, Napoli and Askuvi soon transforms into a wide-ranging investigation. It turns out that Emma, a paleontology researcher, had moved into the grey zone in search of an engraved mandala, evidence of the existence of pre-karmic societies...

  • The touching story of a child getting to know his grandfather, an Italian immigrant living in Belgium. 11-year-old Romeo thinks of his grandfather as nothing but an "old pain-in-the-butt." So when he finds out that he's going to have to spend a few days with him at his crumbling old house, without even a TV to keep him entertained... well, it's his idea of hell. But there are some surprises in store for Romeo during his visit. He changes his mind about a few things, perhaps thanks to his grandfather's neighbor, Lucy, who tells him about her own "nono," and shows him how a spoil tip can be a thing of beauty. Or perhaps it's thanks to Romeo's dad, who speaks for the first time about his childhood relationship with his father. But it's mostly thanks to Ottavio who, beneath his old, grouchy exterior, conceals the hard life he has led, full of suffering and sacrifice. It is a life the 11-year-old Romeo finds hard to comprehend, but which gives him a deeper understanding of someone from another century. It started off as just a short holiday to a grey Belgian town. But this holiday turns into an opportunity for three generations of men to lift the silence that surrounds them. A touching story about Italian immigration, coal mining, communication between the generations and the difficultly of opening up when you've spent your whole life in silence.

  • Poor Ash Tuesday, in the midst of a general uprising, is still seeking his soul which is being detained by a formidable sect. His quest plunges him right to the heart of Pluto and into the eight circles of Purgatory. Will this finally put an end to his wanderings? Why does he seem to be the only one seeking redemption? Will he ever find his way out of this labyrinth?

  • Following the great revelation of Alter Egos, crooks and visionaries of all sorts are making the very most of the uncertainty that still lingers around this new-found truth. Gail Llewellyn, the man responsible for evaluating the validity of the Alter Ego theory, travels to Singapore accompanied by his mistress. Gail, who got his job thanks to American pressure on the UN, knows that they are expecting him to sway the Committee's deliberations towards a negative conclusion. He's not too bothered by this, since he himself is somewhat skeptical about the Alter Ego theory. That is, at least, until the day he finds his life indebted to a young woman mandated by his own Alter Ego. Whether he likes it or not, for Gail, choosing his truth becomes a question of life or death.

  • A fatal slip on the toy car that his son had left in the bathroom, and Victor Tourterelle is dispatched straight to the other side of the mirror, to the beautiful world of chalk desert, under a sky as black as ink. No noise, not a soul. In his new state, Victor finds that he's still fully conscious, more acutely than on earth, even. But his body is only bones. Little does the dead man know that he's at the dawn of the wildest adventure of all time...

  • Park, a 25-year-old Korean man, basks in the sweet tropical sun of a luxury residence in the company of various other people of diverse backgrounds. They're all waited on hand and foot by a team of servants and carers. He spends most of his time with a couple of fun young women. It's paradise. But lately his blissful existence is punctuated with strange hallucinations, like memories of another life. Might this change in his state of mind be because he's stopped drinking the delicious fruit cocktails they keep serving up to all the residents? And what are they all doing here anyway? Can they really just be on permanent vacation? But then why are there all these railings and watchtowers?

  • Noah and Zelia, now reunited in spite of their difficult past, have established a spiritual community in the Canary Islands. Along with their numerous followers, one of whom is Teehu, a young medium, they spread their message of peace and tolerance to the rest of the world. However, beneath their seemingly irreproachable exterior, the reality is not quite so idyllic. Teehu is able to sense the Alter Egos of the people around her, which is how she finds out that Noah is not quite as well-intentioned as he might seem...

  • The Alter Ego theory has been a source of controversy for the last three years. Is it a sham or a groundbreaking scientific discovery? The scientific polemic turns into a thriller when our main characters become the targets of assassination attempts. Who's behind these attacks? What exactly are they hoping to achieve? It all kicks off. While Miep is prepared to do anything to avenge Teehu, Delia finds herself in a race against time. Along with Gail and the Simorg scientists, Camille calls a conference to discuss their latest extraordinary discovery: it's not only humans that are connected, but all living creatures. But which version of the truth will humanity accept? Who will pass the final verdict?

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