Series: La jeunesse de Thorgal

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La jeunesse de Thorgal, tome 1 : Les trois soeurs Minkelsonn by Yann1
Het oog van Odin by Yann2
Runa by Yann3
Berserkers by Roman Surzhenko4

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  1. Les Mondes de Thorgal - Louve, tome 1 : Raïssa by Yann (2011)
  2. Thorgal, Tome 34: Kah-Aniel by Yves Sente (2013)
  3. Les Mondes de Thorgal - Kriss de Valnor, tome 1 : Je n'oublie rien ! by Yves Sente (2010)
  4. Blackhead by Jean Dufaux (2015)
  5. Thorgal - tome 35 - Le feu écarlate by Xavier Dorison (2016)
  6. Roebak, laatste hoop by Greg (1984)
  7. Jeremiah, 34: Jungle city by Hermann (2015)
    Same series: De rode lijn (Jeremiah)
  8. XIII Mystery - tome 1 - La Mangouste by Xavier Dorison (2008)
  9. Oorlog in optie by Stephen Desberg (2015)
  10. Largo Winch - tome 19 - Chassé-Croisé by Jean Van Hamme (2014)
  11. Niklos Koda - tome 11 - La danse du diable by Jean Dufaux (2013)
  12. De spoken van de rijzende zon by Frédéric Zumbiehl (2016)
  13. Het meesterwerk by Henk Kuijpers (1980)
    Same series: Geheim 1948 (Franka)
  14. De jonge jaren van Blueberry, 21: Het konvooi van de ballingen by Michel Blanc-Dumont (2015)
  15. Durango, 16: Een gier in het schemer by Yves Swolfs (2012)

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