# Series: Jerry Spring

## Series by cover

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## Works (26)

 Titles Order Golden Creek by Jijé 1 Jerry contre KKK/La passe des indiens by Jijé Yucca Ranch by Jijé 2 Lune d'argent by Jijé 3 jerry spring, wapensmokkel by Jijé 4 jerry spring, indianen op het oorlogspad by Jijé 5 La piste du Grand Nord by Jijé 6 Le ranch de la malchance by Jijé 7 Les 3 Barbus de Sonoyta by Jijé 8 Fort Red Stone by Jijé 9 Le maitre de la Sierra by Jijé 10 La route de Coronado by Jijé 11 El Zopilote by Jijé 12 Pancho de bandiet by Jijé 13 De Bronco's van Montana by Jijé 14 De eenzame Wolf en mijn vriend Red by Jijé 15 Mon ami red by Jijé 15 jerry spring, canyon girl by Jijé 16 Le grand calumet by Joseph Gillain 17 Jerry Spring: Kaksintaistelu by Jijé 18 Les vengeurs du Sonora by Jijé 19 jerry spring, goud in rio santana by Jijé 21 jerry spring, het verraad by Franz Drappier 22 Jerry spring integral 01 by Jijé omnibus JERRY SPRING INTEGRAL 02(978) by Agapea Integral 2 Jerry Spring 03 by Jijé Integral 3

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