Series: Adèles ekstraordinære oplevelser

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Les Aventures extraordinaires d'Adèle Blanc-Sec, tome 6 : Le Noyé à deux têtes by Jacques Tardi6
Adèle Blanc-Sec, tome 7 : Tous des Monstres ! by Jacques Tardi7
Adèle Blanc-Sec, tome 8 : Le Mystère des Profondeurs by Jacques Tardi8

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  1. Adèle Blanc-Sec, Tome 9 : Le labyrinthe infernal by Jacques Tardi (2007)
  2. Le Cri du peuple, tome 1 : Les Canons du 18 mars by Jacques Tardi (2001)
  3. La Débauche by Daniel Pennac (2000)
  4. The Golden House of Samarkand by Hugo Pratt (1986)
  5. Brüsel by Francois Schuiten (1992)
  6. You Are There by Jean-Claude Forest (1979)
  7. Ambassador of the Shadows by J.-C Mezieres (1976)
  8. Le Cycle de Cyann, tome 1 : La sOurce et la sOnde by Claude Lacroix (1993)
  9. Métro Châtelet, Direction Cassiopée by Pierre Christin (1980)
  10. The Hunting Party by Pierre Christin (1983)
  11. Jeremiah, tome 2 : Du sable plein les dents by Hermann (1979)
  12. Les Compagnons du crépuscule, tome 2 : Les Yeux d'étain de la ville glauque by François Bourgeon (1986)
  13. Jeux pour mourir d'après le roman de Géo-Charles Véran by Jacques Tardi (1992)
  14. The Woman Trap by Enki Bilal (1986)
  15. Blake et Mortimer, tome 6 : La marque jaune by Edgar P. Jacobs (1979)

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