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The Secret of the Swordfish, Volume 1: The Incredible Chase by Edgar P. Jacobs1
The Secret of the Swordfish, Volume 2: Mortimer's Escape by Edgar Pierre Jacobs2
The Secret of the Swordfish: Volume 3: SX1 Counterattacks by Edgar P. Jacobs3
The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Part 1: The Papyrus of Manethon by Edgar P. Jacobs4
The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Part 2: The Chamber of Horus by Edgar P. Jacobs5
Blake et Mortimer, tome 6 : La marque jaune by Edgar P. Jacobs6
Atlantis Mystery by Edgar P. Jacobs7
S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris by Edgar P. Jacobs8
The Time Trap by Edgar P. Jacobs9
The Affair of the Necklace by Edgar P. Jacobs10
Blake et Mortimer, tome 11 : Les 3 formules du professeur Sato 1 by Edgar Pierre Jacobs11
Blake et Mortimer, tome 12 : Les 3 formules du professeur Sato 2 by Bob De Moor12
The Francis Blake Affair by Jean Van Hamme13
The Voronov Plot by Yves Sente14
The Strange Encounter by Jean Van Hamme15
The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent Part 1: The Global Threat by Yves Sente16
The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent Part 2: Battle of the Spirits by Yves Sente17
The Gondwana Shrine by Yves Sente18
The Curse of the 30 Pieces of Silver, Part 1: The Scroll of Nicodemus by Jean Van Hamme19
Blake et Mortimer, tome 20 : La Malédiction des 30 deniers tome 2 by Jean Van Hamme20
The Oath of the Five Lords: The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer Volume 18 by Yves Sente21
Blake & Mortimer Tome 22 l'Onde Septimus by Jean Dufaux22
Plutarch's Staff by Yves Sente23
Blake & Mortimer - tome 24 - Testament de William S. (Le) by Yves Sente24
Blake & Mortimer - L'Intégrale : Le Secret de l'Espadon by Edgar P. JacobsOmnibus 1-3
Les aventures de Blake et Mortimer : Le Mystère de la Grande Pyramide : Edition intégrale by Edgar P. JacobsOmnibus 4-5
Les Mémoires de Blake et Mortimer : Un opéra de papier by Edgar Pierre Jacobs

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  1. Blake et Mortimer, Le Rayon "U" by Edgar Pierre Jacobs (1982)
  2. XIII, tome 11, Trois montres d'argent by Jean Van Hamme (1995)
  3. Largo Winch, tome 11 : Golden Gate by Jean Van Hamme (2000)
  4. Lefranc, tome 1 : La grande menace by Jacques Martin (1966)
  5. Alix, tome 7 : Le Dernier Spartiate by Jacques Martin (1968)
  6. Land of Black Gold by Hergé (1971)
  7. Chihuahua Pearl by Jean-Michel Charlier (1973)
    Same series: Lone Eagle (Blueberry)
  8. The Mansions of the Gods by René Goscinny (1971)
  9. XIII Mystery - tome 1 - La Mangouste by Ralph Meyer (2008)
  10. Le Scorpion, tome 2 : Le Secret du Pape by Stephen Desberg (2001)
  11. On the Edge of Life by Roger Leloup (1977)
  12. Gaston Lagaffe: Lagaffe mérite des baffes by André Franquin (1979)
  13. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 11 : Le Gorille a bonne mine by André Franquin (1967)

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