Series: De technovaders

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Les Technopères, Tome 4 : Halkattraz, l'étoile des bourreaux by Alejandro Jodorowsky4
Les Technopères, Tome 5 : La secte des Techno-évêques by Alejandro Jodorowsky5

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  1. Les Technopères, Tome 6 : Les secrets du Techno-Vatican by Alejandro Jodorowsky (2004)
  2. Tête-D'Acier l'Aîeul by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1998)
  3. Le grand mort, Tome 1 : Larmes d'abeille by Regis Loisel (2007)
  4. Aquablue. Etoile blanche, première partie by Thierry Cailleteau (1996)
  5. Kookaburra, Tome 5 : Retour à Terradoes by Didier Crisse (2006)
  6. Titeuf tome 5. Le derrière des choses by Zep (1996)
  7. The Isle of Dwarves by Massimiliano Frezzato (1998)
  8. Golden City, tome 1 : Pilleurs d'épaves by Daniel Pecqueur (1999)
  9. Après L'Incal, Tome 1 : Le nouveau rêve by Mœbius (2000)
  10. Bételgeuse, tome 1 : La Planète by Leo (2000)
  11. Sillage, Tome 2 : Collection Privée by Jean-David Morvan (1999)
  12. Les Mondes d'Aldébaran, cycle 2 : Bételgeuse, tome 4 : Les Cavernes by Leo (2003)
  13. Le Cycle de Cyann, tome 1 : La sOurce et la sOnde by Claude Lacroix (1993)
  14. Raptors I by Jean Dufaux (1998)
  15. Le Territoire, tome 1 : Nécropsie by Corbeyran (2003)

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