Series: Legends of Percevan

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Percevan 03: The Sword of Ganael by Xavier Fauche3
Percevan 04: The Realm of Aslor by Xavier Fauche4
Percevan 11: The Seals of the Apocalypse by Jean Leturgie11

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  1. Percevan 02: The Tomb of Ice by Xavier Fauche (1983)
  2. Sillage, Tome 5 : 'J.VJ,..'_ by Jean-David Morvan (2001)
  3. Thorgal, Tome 11: Les Yeux de Tanatloc by Grzegorz Rosiński (1986)
  4. Het woedende water by Hermann (1983)
  5. Trolls de Troy, Tome 01 : Histoires Trolles by Christophe Arleston (1997)
  6. Les Spectres d'Inverloch by J.-C. Mézières (1984)
  7. The Black Island by Hergé (1966)
  8. Peter Pan, tome 1 : Londres by Régis Loisel (1990)
  9. Flaters van formaat by André Franquin (1970)
  10. Largo Winch, tome 12 : Shadow by Philippe Francq (2002)
  11. La Quête de l'oiseau du temps, tome 5 : L'Ami Javin by Régis Loisel (1997)
  12. The Secret of the Swordfish, Volume 1: The Incredible Chase by Edgar P. Jacobs (1985)
  13. Alix, tome 13 : Le Spectre de Carthage by Jacques Martin (1977)
  14. The Last Card by Jean-Michel Charlier (1983)
  15. Le Petit Spirou, tome 3 : Mais qu'est-ce que tu fabriques ? by Tome (1992)

Series description

Legends of Percevan is a French comic created by Jean Léturgie and Xavier Fauche. it is illustrated by Philippe Luguy.

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