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A comics publisher translating the best European comics to English since 2005. We publish & , , , & more!
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Leo takes us on another journey into human colonies in deep space in Episode 1 of a brand new series called Distant Worlds. Art by Icar. Read our review:
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Euro Comics Roundup Nov 15
Why are these comics so good? It's a combination of small moments like this with the grand adventures on the following pages. From Memories of the Futures pub by .
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stan lee Nov 12
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Pipeline Comics 🇧🇪 🇫🇷 (Augie De Blieck Jr.) Nov 9
I'm in the middle of writing my review of volume 2 and just started reading volume 3 tonight and -- I agree. I'm really liking the third volume. I was a little unsure with the first two, but either I'm figuring the series out, or Franquin was at this point...
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Cinebook Nov 9
Replying to @Will_i_erm
😁 No promises!
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Cinebook Nov 9
Replying to @Will_i_erm
Glad you like them! Yes, we're doing an omnibus edition of Lucky Like next and we'll consider doing any series which are sufficiently popular!
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Euro Comics Roundup Nov 9
Reading from and am completely loving the third volume, GONE WITH THE GOOF.
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Euro Comics Roundup Nov 8
digs the new spinoff from SHINGOUZLOOZ, INC: "It’s a wild and wooly space opera, full of action, some social commentary and plenty of humor. Just like the original series."
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Euro Comics Roundup Nov 8
Did you know has yet another series written by fave Fabien Vehlmann? Well, now you do. It's a terrific, beautifully conceived entertainment with a big human heart. Full review here via :
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Euro Comics Roundup Nov 8
Climbing out of work related black hole, I'm reading some backlog for reviews again. Loved all these three books in varying degrees from solid to great.
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Philippe xavier Nov 7
Fin du mois : on enquête !! XIII
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Europe Comics Nov 8
Achdé drawing Lucky Luke faster than his shadow at the German launch of "A Cowboy in Paris" 🤠🌵❤️
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Cinebook Nov 8
Now working on Blake & Mortimer 25: The Valley of the Immortals.
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Slings & Arrows Nov 8
We've liked Alone from the start, and in Before the Midnight Child Fabien Vehlmann introduces some heavy ideas while still being a thrilling young adult adventure, superbly drawn by Bruno Gazzotti.
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Charles Soule Nov 3
Hello! I write comics: stories for Star Wars, Daredevil, the X-Men, etc. It’s time to use this power for good. If you vote this Tuesday, I’ll write you in, however you want. Want to be Wolverine’s best bud? Done. A Jedi? Darth Vader? The next Captain America? Done. Just vote.
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Slings & Arrows Nov 2
We like Thorgal's inventive blend of fantasy and SF, and The Barbarian exemplifies why. It's harrowing, yet engaging.
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Enrico Marini Nov 1
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Europe Comics Oct 26
What a party last night at the Eiffel Tower to celebrate the upcoming release of the latest Lucky Luke, "A Cowboy in Paris." In the company of authors Achdé and ... as well as the Statue of Liberty! Coming Nov. 2nd in English from partner !
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Slings & Arrows Oct 24
Trent from keeps getting better, and his third outing in When the Lamps are lit is the best yet, a morose study of loss and duty from Rodolphe and Leo.
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Turnaround UK Oct 22
A new 🤠 is heading our way on the 2nd of November... released in English for the first time by . Watch out for Lucky Luke #71: A Cowboy in Paris! 🗽
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