Series: Blake and Mortimer English Series

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Blake et Mortimer, tome 6 : La marque jaune by Edgar P. Jacobs1
The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Part 1: The Papyrus of Manethon by Edgar P. Jacobs2
The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Part 2: The Chamber of Horus by Edgar P. Jacobs3
The Francis Blake Affair by Jean Van Hamme4
The Strange Encounter by Jean Van Hamme5
S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris by Edgar P. Jacobs6
The Affair of the Necklace by Edgar P. Jacobs7
The Voronov Plot by Yves Sente8
The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent Part 1: The Global Threat by Yves Sente9
The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent Part 2: Battle of the Spirits by Yves Sente10
The Gondwana Shrine by Yves Sente11
Atlantis Mystery by Edgar P. Jacobs12
The Curse of the 30 Pieces of Silver, Part 1: The Scroll of Nicodemus by Jean Van Hamme13
Blake et Mortimer, tome 20 : La Malédiction des 30 deniers tome 2 by Jean Van Hamme14
The Secret of the Swordfish, Volume 1: The Incredible Chase by Edgar P. Jacobs15
The Secret of the Swordfish, Volume 2: Mortimer's Escape by Edgar Pierre Jacobs16
The Secret of the Swordfish: Volume 3: SX1 Counterattacks by Edgar P. Jacobs17
The Oath of the Five Lords: The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer Volume 18 by Yves Sente18
The Time Trap by Edgar P. Jacobs19
Blake & Mortimer Tome 22 l'Onde Septimus by Jean Dufaux20

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