In the forests of Dartmoor, creatures of legend hide in the treetops,
swim in the rivers, and roam the hills... but they're invisible to those
who don't know how to look properly. Scrubby, a child of the fairies
swapped at birth with a human infant, has inherited this wonderful gift : his eyes are
opened to the secrets of the moors. See more
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We propose you a selection of 14 great comics made in Poland, in partnership with Europe Comics!
You might have heard of Marzi, a 7-year-old Polish girl who looks
wide-eyed at the world around her. It's time to discover "Revolutions", the series "Gaia"
or the beautiful graphic novel "Come back to me again".
Discover the fourth volume of this beautiful western series written by Xavier Dorison and drawn by Ralph Meyer!
Undertaker Jonas Crow, along with the English governess Rose and her Chinese maid cross the United States, running into plenty of
death-related adventures along the way. As Jonas says, 'death never
In the forests of Dartmoor, creatures of legend hide in the treetops, swim in the rivers, and roam the hills... but they're invisible to those who don't know how to look properly. Scrubby, a child of the fairies swapped at birth with a human infant, has inherited this wonderful gift. With a little help from the Wise Man of Wistman's Wood, his eyes are opened to the secrets of the moors. And even when he is forced to leave his forest for Victorian London, his forest never leaves him...
Jerusalem is in the hands of Sultan Ab’dul Razim, and the Christians have raised an army to take it back, led by Grégoire of Arcos and the Duke of Taranto. Only Gauthier of Flanders and his sister-in-law Syria of Arcos are opposed to an attack they deem premature. But the stench of brimstone covers everything, and in a war fought in the name of God, it is the Qua’dj, a demon, who could decide the fate of the Holy Land…
John Difool, a low-class detective in a degenerate dystopian world, finds his life turned upside down when he discovers an ancient, mystical artifact called "The Incal." Difool’s adventures will bring him into conflict with the galaxy’s greatest warrior, the Metabaron, and will pit him against the awesome powers of the Technopope. These encounters and many more make up a tale of comic and cosmic proportions that has Difool fighting for not only his very survival, but also the survival of the entire universe.
This is a dramatic graphic novel because it is about life. This is romance, because there is love. This is crime, because it's about mysterious death. It's also a graphic novel about dreams, because there is a lot of sleep in it.
Come Back to Me Again is an emotional journey into yourself. This diary of feelings jagged by addiction. Alcohol addiction. Drug addiction. Love addiction. And life addiction. This story is about the continuous falling asleep and waking up. About daydreaming and life without sleep.
In the second half of the 19th century, a Chinese man wanders the plains of the American West. In the first volume, John Chinaman lands in San Francisco, tasked by the Elders of Canton with disciplining the local Triads. But this mission will be his last. From now on, his fate will be irrevocably tied to America's westward expansion.
Arriving at the town of Fort Smith with a prisoner, Lucky Luke is
surprised to find a place in turmoil and a thoroughly annoyed
sheriff. Belle Starr, a rich ranch owner, keeps posting bail for
every bandit arrested in town, with the complicity of a corrupt
judge, before recruiting them in her own gang and carrying out
various attacks and robberies. Unfortunately, she is also such a
pillar of the community that no one believes she could possibly be
1960: Katanga breaks away from the Republic of Congo-Léopoldville to become its own republic, backed by the UMHK, a Belgian mining company. When the UN sends in its peacekeeping forces, the UMHK responds by hiring its own mercenaries. Amidst this chaos, $30 million in diamonds goes missing, only to turn up with a man named Charlie at a refugee camp nicknamed "Camp Cannibal." Soon enough, everyone's after the diamonds: hard-bitten French mercenaries, hateful former Nazis, adulterous mining executives, greedy Katangan officials... and Charlie's sister. It's everyone for themselves in a mad scramble of double-crosses, a scathing cross-section of human venality.
What exactly is a harem for? For the pleasure of a sovereign, of course. But he would be foolish to limit it to this sole purpose. They say that if you can satisfy a man, he'll give you all the treasures of the earth. Including the spoils of war. Sultan Murati's harem is a far more powerful weapon than the British and German armies, both of which are seeking his alliance. The flower of all flowers, the weapon of all weapons, Jade, the Sultan's new favorite, is entrusted with the Sultan's scheme to launch an assault on an English diplomat. A model of British calm and impregnability, like all men, Lord Nelson has his Achilles' heel: his wife...
50 years later, Jade's granddaughter, Kim, is trying to trace the footsteps of her fascinating ancestor in a modern Istanbul, where the harems have all but disappeared. But not the brothels, as Kim discovers at her own expense. But Kim's not just trying to find her roots. Legend has it that Jade, and Jade alone, knew where the Black Sultan hid his treasure, a treasure that no one has ever managed to unearth...