Series: Gaston, Série classique, chronological

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Gadgets en gags by Franquin0
Gaston Lagaffe: Le bureau des gaffes en gros by André Franquin4
Het zware verleden van Guust Flater by André Franquin5
Flaters schade by André Franquin6
Flaters van formaat by André Franquin8
Flaters, floppen en flouzen by André Franquin11
Gaston Lagaffe: Lagaffe mérite des baffes by André Franquin13
La saga des gaffes by André Franquin14
Van flaters tot kraters by André Franquin15
Flaterfestijn by André FranquinR1
Heet van de Flater by André FranquinR4

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