Series: Kraa

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De verlaten vallei by Sokal1
Kraa, tome 2 : L'ombre de l'aigle by Benoît Sokal2
Kraa, Tome 3 : La colère blanche de l'orage by Benoît Sokal3

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  1. Interiorae #4 (Ignatz) by Gabriella Giandelli (2010)
  2. Kogaratsu, tome 4 : Le Dos du tigre by Bosse (1992)
  3. Les Mondes de Thorgal - Louve, tome 1 : Raïssa by Yann (2011)
  4. Sur la route de Selma by Berthet (1991)
  5. Muraqqa' by Ana Miralles (2011)
  6. Tanatos, Tome 1 : L'année sanglante by Didier Convard (2007)
  7. Metronom', Tome 1 : Tolérance zéro by Eric Corbeyran (2010)
  8. Les Mondes de Thorgal - Kriss de Valnor, tome 1 : Je n'oublie rien ! by Yves Sente (2010)
  9. Thorgal, Tome 22: Géants by Grzegorz Rosiński (1996)
  10. Les Druides, Tome 2 : Is la blanche by Jean-Luc Istin (2006)
  11. La Conjuration d'Opale, Tome 1 : Le Serment by Corbeyran (2005)
  12. American Gods: Shadows #2 by Neil Gaiman
  13. La Légende des Nuées Ecarlates, Tome 4 : La fleur cachée de l'abomination by Saverio Tenuta (2011)
  14. Gebroken lente by Michetz (1988)
  15. Une enquête de l'inspecteur Canardo, Tome 19 : Le voyage des cendres by Benoît Sokal (2010)

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