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Elixirs, Tome 1 : Le sortilège de Loxullio by Scotch Arleston1

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  1. Elixirs, Tome 2 : Le Secret du Glupion by Christophe Arleston (2008)
  2. Le Chant d'Excalibur, tome 2 : Le Sidhe aux mille charmes by Christophe Arleston (1999)
  3. Lanfeust Odyssey T02 : L'énigme Or-Azur by Christophe Arleston (2010)
  4. Lanfeust des étoiles, tome 1 : un,deux ... troy by Didier Tarquin (2001)
  5. Le Chant d'Excalibur, tome 4 : La colère de Merlin by Scotch Arleston (2003)
  6. Dallas Barr, tome 1 : Immortalité à vendre by Joe Haldeman (1996)
  7. Légende, Tome 2 : Les forêts profondes by Yves Swolfs (2004)
  8. Kookaburra, tome 1 : Planète Dakoï by Didier Crisse (1997)
  9. Trolls de Troy, Tome 03 : Comme un vol de pétaures by Jean-Louis Mourier (1999)
  10. Sillage, tome 7 : Q.H.I. by Jean-David Morvan (2004)
  11. Magasin général, Tome 1 : Marie by Régis Loisel (2006)
  12. Les Forêts d'opale, tome 1 : Le Bracelet de Cohars by Arleston (2000)
  13. Sky.Doll, tome 1 : La Ville jaune by Alessandro Barbucci (2000)
  14. Legende 3: De grote klopjacht by Yves Swolfs (2006)
  15. Le Chant des Stryges, tome 3 : Emprises by Eric Corbeyran (1999)

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