Series: Valérian, agent spatio-temporel

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Bad Dreams by Jean-Claude Mézières0
The City of Shifting Waters by Jean-Claude Mézières1
The Empire of a Thousand Planets by Jean-Claude Mézières2
World Without Stars by Jean-Claude Mézières3

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  1. Métro Châtelet, Direction Cassiopée by Pierre Christin (1980)
  2. Les Foudres d'Hypsis by Jean-Claude Mézières (1985)
  3. Les Habitants du ciel : Atlas cosmique de Valérian et Laureline by Pierre Christin (1991)
  4. Blake et Mortimer, tome 6 : La marque jaune by Edgar P. Jacobs (1979)
  5. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 4 : Spirou et les héritiers by Franquin (1975)
  6. L'Incal: That Which Is Below by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1983)
  7. The Black Order Brigade by Enki Bilal (1979)
  8. Les Compagnons du crépuscule, tome 1 : Le Sortilège du bois des brumes by François Bourgeon (1984)
  9. De flaterbende by André Franquin (1974)
  10. The Ghost with the Golden Bullets by Jean Giraud (1972)
  11. Les Passagers du vent , Tome 1 : La fille sous la dunette by François Bourgeon (1980)
  12. Corto Maltese. Volume 7 : In Siberia by Hugo Pratt (1979)
  13. Adele & the Beast by Jacques Tardi (1976)
  14. Anna della giungla by Hugo Pratt (1978)
  15. Moebius 5: The Gardens of Aedena by Mœbius (1988)

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