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Avant l'Incal, tome 1 : Adieu le père by Alejandro Jodorowsky1
Avant l'Incal, tome 3 : Croot by Alejandro Jodorowsky3
Avant l'Incal, tome 4 : Anarchopsychotiques by Alejandro Jodorowsky4
Avant l'Incal, tome 5 : Ouisky, SPV et homéoputes by Alejandro Jodorowsky5
Avant l'Incal, tome 6: Suicide Allée by Alejandro Jodorowsky6
Before Incal, Book1: Orphan of the City Shaft by Alejandro JodorowskyOmnibus 1-3
Before Incal, Book 2: John Difool, Class "R" Detective by Alejandro JodorowskiOmnibus 3-6
Before The Incal by Alejandro JodorowskyOmnibus 1-6

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  1. L'Incal: The Bright Incal by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1982)
  2. Après L'Incal, Tome 1 : Le nouveau rêve by Mœbius (2000)
  3. Moebius 3: The Airtight Garage by Mœbius (1981)
  4. Les Cercles du Pouvoir by Jean-Claude Mézières (1994)
  5. Max Fridman, Tome 5 : Sin ilusion by Vittorio Giardino (2008)
  6. The Nikopol Trilogy by Enki Bilal (1995)
  7. Le Cycle de Cyann, tome 2 : Six saisons sur IlO by François Bourgeon (1997)
  8. The Empire of a Thousand Planets by Jean-Claude Mézières (1971)
  9. The Forever War 1: Private Mandella by Joe Haldeman (1988)
  10. Final Incal, Tome 3 : Gorgo-le-sale by José Ladrönn (2014)
  11. L'Ordre des Pierres by Pierre Christin (1977)
  12. The Invisible Frontier 2 by Francois Schuiten (2002)
  13. Le Sommeil du Monstre by Enki Bilal (1998)
  14. Dallas Barr, tome 1 : Immortalité à vendre by Joe Haldeman (1996)
  15. Les cités obscures, Tome 2 : La théorie du grain de sable by François Schuiten (2008)

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