Series: Leo Roa

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Leo Roa: The True Tales of Leo Roa by Juan Gimenez1
Léo Roa, tome 2 : L'Odyssée à contretemps by Juan Gimenez2

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  3. The Technopriests, Book 1: Techno Pre-School by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1998)
  4. The Hollow Grounds by Luc Schuiten (1985)
  5. Anachron. 1, Le retour de la bête by Thierry Cailleteau (2001)
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  6. Sillage, Tome 2 : Collection Privée by Jean-David Morvan (1999)
  7. Golden City, tome 1 : Pilleurs d'épaves by Daniel Pecqueur (1999)
  8. L'histoire de Siloë. 1, Psybombe by Serge Le Tendre (2000)
  9. Prophet, tome 1 : Ante Genesem by Xavier Dorison (2000)
  10. Atalante, tome 1 : Le Pacte by Didier Crisse (2000)
  11. The 2nd Moon by Massimiliano Frezzato (1997)
  12. Mobilis, Tome 1 : Heurts by Andreas (2000)
  13. Les Aquanautes, tome 1 : Physilia by Parnotte (2000)
  14. Le vent des dieux, Tome 3 : L'Homme oublié by Patrick Cothias (1987)
  15. Septentryon, tome 1 by André Houot (2001)

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