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Johan et Pirlouit, tome 11 : L'anneau des Castellac by PeyoIntegral 4/7
Johan et Pirlouit, tome 12 : Le pays maudit by PeyoIntegral 5/7
Johan y Pirluit . ; La flecha negra . El señor de Picodoro . La flauta de seis pitufos , by PeyoIntegral 3/7
Johan y Pirluit : El castigo de Basenhau . El amo de Roucybeuf . El duende del bosque de Las Rocas. by PeyoIntegral 2/7
Johan y Pirluit. La Noche de los brujos; La Rosa de las arenas by PeyoIntegral 7/7
Johan y Pirluit.,Horda del cuervo; Trovadores de Rocapico; Los pitufadores de flautas by PeyoIntegral 6/7

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  1. Johan et Pirlouit, tome 8 : Le Sire de Montrésor by Peyo (1970)
  2. Johan et Pirlouit, tome 3 : Le lutin du bois aux roches by Peyo (1967)
  3. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 37 : Le Réveil du Z by Tome (1986)
  4. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 20 : Le Faiseur d'or by Fournier (1970)
  5. Natacha, tome 15 : La ceinture de Cherchemidi by François Walthéry (1992)
  6. On the Edge of Life by Roger Leloup (1977)
  7. De verloren legioenen by Jacques Martin (1965)
    Same series: Het Etruskische graf (Alix)
  8. Lucky Luke - Le Juge by Morris (1969)
  9. Asterix & Obelix's Birthday: The Golden Book by René Goscinny (2009)
  10. The Hobbit: or There and Back Again (Graphic Novel, Book 1) by Charles Dixon (1989)
  11. Yakari and Great Eagle by Derib (1977)
  12. Aavikon öljypohatat by Arthur Berckmans (1977)
  13. Chihuahua Pearl by Jean-Michel Charlier (1973)
  14. Les Tuniques bleues, tome 3 : Et pour quinze cents dollars en plus by Raoul Cauvin (1984)
  15. The Stratoship H.22 (Destination New York) by Hergé (1972)

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