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The pollen of Mount Urticando by André Franquin

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  1. Le Marsupilami, tome 3 : Mars le noir by André Franquin (1900)
  2. Le Petit Spirou, tome 6 : N'oublie pas ta capuche ! by Tome (1996)
  3. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 10 : Les Pirates du silence by Franquin (1973)
  4. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 26 : Du cidre pour les étoiles by Fournier (1975)
  5. Les Cercles du Pouvoir by Jean-Claude Mézières (1994)
  6. Prisoners of the Sun by Hergé (1962)
  7. Johan et Pirlouit, tome 14 : La horde du corbeau by Alain Maury (1994)
  8. Pelastukoon ken voi! by André Franquin (1977)
  9. Johan et Pirlouit, tome 4 : La Pierre de lune by Peyo (1956)
  10. Sambre, Tome 1 : Plus ne m'est rien... by Yslaire (1986)
  11. Légende, Tome 2 : Les forêts profondes by Yves Swolfs (2004)
  12. Lucky Luke, tome 69 : L'Artiste peintre by Morris (2001)
  13. The Smurfs and the Egg by Peyo (1968)
  14. Yoko Tsuno, tome 4 : Aventures électroniques by Roger Leloup (1974)
  15. Natacha, tome 14 : Cauchemirage by François Walthéry (1989)

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