Series: Max Fridman

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Max Fridman, tome 1 : Rhapsodie hongroise by Vittorio Giardino1
Orient Gateway by Vittorio Giardino2
No Pasaran! Vol. 2 - Rio de Sangre by Vittorio Giardino4
Max Fridman, Tome 5 : Sin ilusion by Vittorio Giardino5
No Pasaran! Vol. 3 - Sin Illusion by Vittorio Giardino5

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  1. A Jew in Communist Prague: Loss of Innocence (Jew in Communist Prague, Vol 1) by Vittorio Giardino (1994)
  2. The Black Order Brigade by Enki Bilal (1979)
  3. Le Cahier bleu by Andre Juillard (1994)
  4. Streak of Chalk (ComicsLit) by Miguelanxo Prado (1990)
  5. Adele & the Beast by Jacques Tardi (1976)
  6. Le Vol du corbeau, tome 2 by Jean-Pierre Gibrat (2005)
  7. The Golden House of Samarkand by Hugo Pratt (1986)
  8. The Bloody Streets of Paris [Comic] by Jacques Tardi (1977)
  9. Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Lorenzo Mattotti (2002)
  10. Le Sommeil du Monstre by Enki Bilal (1998)
  11. The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Part 1: The Papyrus of Manethon by Edgar P. Jacobs (1972)
  12. Cinquemila chilometri al secondo by Manuele Fior (1866)
  13. Les Passagers du vent , Tome 4 : L'heure du serpent by François Bourgeon (1982)
  14. The Cruise of Lost Souls by Enki Bilal (1975)
  15. The Invisible Frontier 2 by Francois Schuiten (2002)

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