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Djinn by Jean Dufaux
Djinn, tome 1 : La favorite by Jean Dufaux1
Djinn, tome 2 : Les 30 clochettes by Jean Dufaux2
Djinn, tome 3 : Le Tatouage by Jean Dufaux3
Djinn, tome 4 : Le Trésor by Jean Dufaux4
Djinn, Tome 5 : Africa by Jean Dufaux5
Djinn, Tome 6 : La perle noire by Jean Dufaux6
Djinn, Tome 7 : Pipiktu by Jean Dufaux7
Djinn, Tome 8 : Fièvres by Jean Dufaux8
Djinn, tome 9 : Le roi gorille by Jean Dufaux9
Djinn, tome 10 : Le pavillon des plaisirs by Jean Dufaux10
Djinn, tome 11 : Une jeunesse éternelle by Jean Dufaux11
Djinn 12: Der Fluch des Fakirs by Jean Dufaux12
Djinn - tome 100 - NOTES SUR AFRICA by Jean DufauxHS
Djinn, hors-série : Ce qui est caché by Jean DufauxHS

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  1. Murena, Chapitre I: La pourpre et l'or by Jean Dufaux (1997)
  2. Gaston, tome 18 by André Franquin (1997)
  3. Le Scorpion, Tome 1: La Marque du diable by Enrico Marini (2000)
  4. Niklos Koda, tome 2 : Le dieu des chacals by Jean Dufaux (2000)
  5. La vengeance du comte Skarbek, Tome 2 : Un coeur de bronze : Second chapitre by Yves Sente (2005)
  6. La Vengeance du Comte Skarbek, tome 1 : Les Deux mains d'Or by Yves Sente (2004)
  7. Sambre, Tome 1 : Plus ne m'est rien... by Yslaire (1986)
  8. Légende, Tome 2 : Les forêts profondes by Yves Swolfs (2004)
  9. La guerre des Sambre, Tome 1 : Werner & Charlotte : L'éternité de Saintange by Yslaire (2010)
  10. Alpha, tome 2 : Clan Bogdanov by Y Jigounov (1997)
  11. Golden City, tome 1 : Pilleurs d'épaves by Daniel Pecqueur (1999)
  12. Krimson by Marc Legendre (2014)
  13. Lambik by Marc Legendre (2014)
  14. De zwarte zwaan by Willy Vandersteen (1979)
  15. Lune de guerre by Hermann (2000)

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