Series: Manara Werkausgabe

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Manara - Le opere vol. 1 by Milo Manara1
The Adventures of Giuseppe Bergman by Milo Manara07

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  1. Dies Irae: The African Adventures (The African Adventures of Giuseppe Bergman, Part 2) by Milo Manara (1983)
  2. El Gaucho by Milo Manara (1994)
  3. Iriacynthe by Jean-Claude Servais (1982)
  4. Silence by Comès (1980)
  5. Indian Summer by Hugo Pratt (1986)
  6. Eva by Didier Comes (1985)
  7. La Belette by Comès (1983)
  8. Fort Navajo by Jean-Michel Charlier (1967)
  9. Inspector Canardo, Volume 2: The Mark of Rasputin by Benoit Sokal (1982)
  10. Corto Maltese: Celtic Tales by Hugo Pratt (1980)
  11. Viaton by Eric Warnauts (1991)
  12. De vale ogen van de moerasstad by François Bourgeon (1986)
  13. Les Passagers du vent , Tome 1 : La fille sous la dunette by François Bourgeon (1980)
  14. Amber by Didier Comes (1988)
  15. Gaston Lagaffe: Lagaffe mérite des baffes by André Franquin (1979)

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